How to obtain cybersecurity advice without spending a fortune – Chief Information Security Officer as a Service (CISOaaS)

The right resource is critical to an organization’s security resilience and ensuring the organization maintains regulatory compliance.
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Cybersecurity is ever evolving, and having a professional on the team with key experience and insight is crucial. No matter which industry you are in, cyberattacks are on the rise and are impacting customers and businesses alike.

To keep ahead of these cyberattacks, many companies are looking to build out an in-house cybersecurity team. However, not every business owner can afford the necessary resources to get this team up and running in-house.

Finding and hiring a full-time Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) with the necessary experience can be challenging for organizations of all sizes. The right resource is critical to an organization’s security resilience and ensuring the organization maintains regulatory compliance.

UDT (UDT) offers a unique service to the cybersecurity field: Chief Information Security Officer as a Service (CISOaaS). This service provides a client with the necessary expertise to navigate the changing cybersecurity landscape without needing to hire an entire team.

What are some the benefits of CISOaaS?

  • No need to hire someone full time
  • Leverage expertise from a pool of former CISOs
  • Provide oversight and management of day-to-day activities
  • Provide insight on reporting and cyber events
  • Fill gaps in key strategic security components

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