A chief information security officer (CISO) is the senior-level executive within an organization responsible for establishing and maintaining the enterprise vision, strategy, and program to ensure information assets and technologies are adequately protected.
This role doesn't have to be full-time, at least not initially. If your organization doesn't yet have a CISO, consider bringing in a virtual CISO to minimize costs while building the foundation for your Cyber Security Program. This model is most effective for growing small and mid-sized companies.
CyberEye offers access to experienced practitioners who can provide hands-on support and insight on an intermittent, ongoing part-time, or full-time basis, depending upon your needs. Consider using our vCISOs for strategic planning, policy framework development, managing risk, assessments and remediation, and assistance with your incident response planning, testing and execution.
Read this CSO Online article to learn more about how a virtual CISO can help you establish a mature program, and set the stage for success when hiring your future CISO.