Building and maintaining a cybersecurity program, including compliance & regulatory requirements, can be challenging for any organization. Every organization, large or small, needs someone to take the reins and steer the ship through regulations and compliance.
A Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is a 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. The CISO directs staff in identifying, developing, implementing, and maintaining processes across the enterprise to reduce information and information technology (IT) risks. CISOs respond to incidents, establish appropriate standards and controls, manage security technologies, and direct the establishment and implementation of policies and procedures. The CISO is also usually responsible for information-related compliance. The CISO is also responsible for protecting proprietary information and assets of the company, including the data of clients and consumers. The CISO works with other executives to make sure the company is growing in a responsible and ethical manner.
CISOs are vital to organizations to guide them through the cybersecurity landscape, shaping cybersecurity programs that are tailored to how your organization functions and thrives. Our virtual CISO (vCISO) services can lead the way in designing and implementing a repeatable program that maximizes the existing technology investment and minimizes cyber risk to your business. Stetson's team of Certified Chief Information Security Officers (C|CISOs) adds experience and knowledge to your organization without the cost of a full-time cybersecurity employee. Stetson's team is available for monthly and quarterly programs to assess and develop your cybersecurity program, starting with governance, understanding the business mission, stakeholders, risks to your business units, technologies, and regulatory requirements.