Virtual Chief Information Security Officer

VIRTUAL CISO

Security Assessment Training

Experience Leadership for Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance & Regulatory Control

We Need Leadership and Vision for the Future

Enterprise Security is an escalating issue and there are not enough qualified people to lead the way through the chasm.

Accidental Data Breaches
Cost of Data Breach

Virtual CISO

A Security Executive & Leader

VOX’s Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) provides a broad range of consultative and hands-on services to help organizations deliver on business imperatives while protecting critical assets and reducing the overall risk profile. When you engage with a vCISO from VOX, you get seasoned leader to help you navigate the complex, ever evolving business landscape of security, compliance and regulations.

Establishing a Baseline for Success

Because each company is unique, your vCISO will begin with multi-pronged organizational discovery to gain clarity and insight about the current state of the business, including: culture, strategic goals, key initiatives, policies, procedures, compliance requirements, risk tolerance, human resources, information technologies systems and applications.

EXPERTISE TO REDUCE RISK

COMPLIANCE

  • HIPPA
  • PCI-DSS
  • SOC 1 & 2
  • ISO 27001

REGULATORY

  • GDPR

  • CCPA

  • DFARS

  • GLBA

INFOSEC FRAMEWORK

  • HITRUST
  • NIST 800-171, CSF, and others

Comprehensive CISO Services

STRATEGY

Develop, implement, and monitor a strategic, comprehensive information security program to ensure appropriate levels of confidentiality, integrity, availability, safety, privacy, and recovery of information assets owned, controlled and/or processed by the client’s organization.

Guidance

Guide, direct and advise the organization on an ongoing basis to manage day-to-day enterprise security, risk management and enterprise governance. Work throughout the organization to set service framework and general policies, and ensure these are being utilized and audited. Continuously monitor the external threat environment for emerging threats and advise relevant stakeholders on the appropriate courses of action.

Resources

Provide direction, insight and recommendations for investments in people, systems and tools relative to enterprise security, compliance and regulatory requirements.

Tactics

Provide recommendations on activities to deliver on approved strategies.

Oversight

Ongoing oversight of enterprise security, organizational compliance and fulfillment of critical regulatory requirements. Develop and execute procedures, processes and key performance indicators (KPIs) to provide a clear view of performance and achievement. Additionally, oversee technology dependencies outside of direct organization control, including reviewing contracts and the creation of alternatives for managing risk.

NEW ARTICLE

THE WEAKEST LINK
IN CYBER SECURITY

The human factor

Did you know that employees are often the root cause of business security breaches; most are not intentional or malicious.

NEW ARTICLE

THE WEAKEST LINK IN CYBER SECURITY

The human factor

Did you know that employees are often the root cause of business security breaches; most are not intentional or malicious.