What is CISO?
The chief information security officer (CISO) is responsible for an organization's information and data security across the organization functions and teams, focusing on the following aspects:
- Security operations: Real-time analysis of risks and threats and reduce the organization's security posture.
- Data loss and fraud prevention: Ensuring internal employees are not exposed to phishing and do not expose organization sensitive information.
- Identity and access management: Making sure only authorized people have access to internal assets.
- Incident Response: Determining what causes a security breach and learning which steps the organization needs to fix.
- Compliance: Manage security and governance processes like ISO, SOC2, and PCI.
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Virtual CISO 2.0
Until today, when people mentioned the term Virtual CISO, they meant a remote, part-time CISO. The Virtual CISO 2.0 is a fully automated cloud-based solution that integrates all the organization assets to simplify the complex and time-consuming process of becoming a secured organization. The Virtual CISO 2.0 is responsible for connecting your tools and infrastructure, customizing the security requirements to your company's needs, and fixing the security gaps. From that point, it will be easy to get security compliance certifications like SOC2 and ISO.
Small Businesses Security Challenges
Cyberthreats aren't just a problem for big corporations and governments; small businesses can be targets too. Research suggests that 22% of small businesses have been the targets of cyberattacks. To understand how the Virtual CISO 2.0 protects the small business lets first dive into the top challenges they need to meet:
- Account takeover: Employees have the same passwords across all accounts and do not use MFA.
- Data Control: All company data is available in the cloud; employees do not follow best practices.
- Employees Awareness: Employees click on phishing emails and install malicious software.
- Incident Response: No one is responsible for preparing the business to handle with security incident.
- Compliance: Standards do not change based on company size.
Perfect for Digital Businesses
High-profile hacking cases in recent years have made some businesses worried about storing their data in the cloud. Here are fours modules Saasment have to increase the security of your data:
- Automated Security: Mitigate risks before they evolve to security breaches without human intervention.
- Online Backups: Proactively prevents you from losing critical data by automating backups.
- Cyber Awareness: Launch user-tailored video and demonstrate phishing campaigns.
- Easy Compliance: Simplify the process of becoming SOC 2, PCI, or ISO 27001 compliant.