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Virtual Cheif Information Officer

Cybersecurity Advisory and Protection without the financial burdent

THE CHIEF INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER

The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is the executive responsible for an organization's information and data security. While in the past the role has been rather narrowly defined along those lines, these days the title is often used interchangeably with Cheif Security Officer (CSO) and Vice President (VP) of security, indicating a more expansive role in the organization.

With Luther Veritas we able to offer expertise on CISO without causing financial burden that you would normally encounter by hiring your very own CISO,

CISO ROLES AND RESPONSIBILTIES

What does a CISO do? Perhaps the best way to understand the CISO job is to learn what day-to-day responsibilities that fall under its umbrella. We break these responsibilities down into the following categories:

  • Security operations: Real-time analysis of immediate threats, and triage when something goes wrong

  • Cyber risk and cyber intelligence: Keeping abreast of developing security threats, and helping the board understand potential security problems that might arise from acquisitions or other big business moves

  • Data loss and fraud prevention: Making sure internal staff doesn't misuse or steal data

  • Security architecture: Planning, buying, and rolling out security hardware and software, and making sure IT and network infrastructure is designed with best security practices in mind

  • Identity and access management: Ensuring that only authorized people to have access to restricted data and systems

  • Program management: Keeping ahead of security needs by implementing programs or projects that mitigate risks — regular system patches, for instance

  • Investigations and forensics: Determining what went wrong in a breach, dealing with those responsible if they're internal, and planning to avoid repeats of the same crisis

  • Governance: Making sure all of the above initiatives run smoothly and get the funding they need — and that corporate leadership understands their importance