Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
DataSure24 understands that every organization has different strengths and weaknesses. As the Fractional CISO, DataSure24 will be responsible for the oversight and management of your cybersecurity program, and will work with you to build your cybersecurity program from the ground up.
Our CISO program begins with conducting a cybersecurity assessment to determine an organization’s strengths and weaknesses, compliance with any requirements, and overall security posture. Based on the findings, we then work with company representatives to develop a system security plan that best meets an organization’s needs.
CISO Responsibilities Include:
- Cybersecurity Program Oversight, Monitoring and Administration
- Thoroughly document cyber threat protections and tools used
- Identify any weaknesses in the threat protections and recommend areas for improvement
- Develop information security policies and procedures
- Conduct log analysis of event data
- Maintain a cybersecurity program that protects the organization and is in accordance with any applicable compliance requirements
- Review current security awareness training program and change or develop where necessary
- Conduct incident response training with staff
- Report to board of directors/management annually
At DataSure24, we focus on a 4-phase methodology to deliver CISO services to our clients.
- Security Assessment
- Compliance Baseline
- System Security Plan
- Policy & Procedures
- Patch & Vulnerability Management
- Security Awareness Training
- Security Controls & Tools
- Vendor Risk Management
- Incident Response Planning
- Change Management
- Advanced Security Options
- Security Process Optimization
A cybersecurity assessment helps to determine a business’s strengths and weaknesses, compliance with any requirements, and overall security posture. Based on the findings, a CISO will develop a System Security Plan (SSP) which identifies and scores various focus areas based on a numbered scale, creating a web-like pattern.
Every business is not only different, but an individual business's needs may change over time, leading to differences in the SSP's appearance.