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Benefits of a vCISO
A Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) is a security practitioner who helps organizations develop and manage implementation of their information security program. At a high level, vCISOs architect the organization’s security strategy, align business goals with security objects. Additionally, the vCISO establishes and maintains an organization’s specific security strategy and execution to protect sensitive and valuable assets and surrounding technologies.
B3 Cyber can provide your company with a dedicated vCISO to manage your security policies, processes, and operations at a fraction of the cost of an in-house executive.
A virtual CISO responds to cybersecurity incidents, responds to data breaches, and answers any questionnaires related to cybersecurity for customers
Provide up-to-date security advice and intelligence to C-Suite as part of continuously protecting company asset
A vCISO can also participate in meetings when security guidance and expertise are needed to support strategic company goals.
Our cybersecurity advisors can provide many of the same services at a fraction of the cost of retaining a full-time Chief Information Security Officer. Also, a vCISO who thoroughly understands your business environment, can significantly reduce your risk profile
Compliance training is the process of making sure employees understand policies, procedures, and actions to help prevent and detect problems that may result in violations of laws and regulations.
Create, develop, maintain, enforce, and optimize the company’s security program and its related activities.
Why are vCISOs becoming more popular?
CISOs are in demand – the rise of cyberattacks and data breach has moved cybersecurity to the forefront of organizational concerns. A vCISO allows organizations to quickly fill a CISO role, without the need of a lengthy and costly hiring process.
CISOs are expensive – the average CISO costs over $200k a year according to salary.com. A vCISO allows organizations to avoid the expense of an in-house, full-time employee, only paying for the services and time used
vCISOs can be more experienced – a vCISO has implemented multiple security programs across a range of industries and sizes which provides additional expertise that can be applied for your organization.
vCISOs can be anywhere – rather than limit options by finding local candidates, a vCISO can be remote and providing an organization a larger pool of candidates to choose from.
vCISOs are a consumption-based models – most, not all, vCISOs perform tasks based on an agreed scope of work. You’re only paying for the services you want.