Cyber resilience refers to an entity’s ability to continuously deliver the intended outcome despite adverse cyber events. Adverse cyber events are those that negatively impact the availability, integrity or confidentiality of networked IT systems and associated information and services. These events may be intentional (e.g. cyber attack) or unintentional (e.g. failed software update) and caused by humans or nature or a combination thereof.
A Virtual Chief Information Security Officer or vCISO is a service designed to provide outsourced executive level specialist cyber and information security expertise to organisations on a part time basis.
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A vCISO service is suitable for organisations who are facing significant cyber and information security risks or regulatory or customer obligations, but can’t justify having a full time CISO. Typically this would include:
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