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In today’s digital world, organisations face increasing threats to their information security and a need to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards. But it is not easy to hire and retain good IT experts, especially if your company is short of financial resources, and it is near impossible to provide your company with knowledge of all IT aspects.
The top priority of cybersecurity officers is to manage, govern and protect information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT), as well as managing all related corporate risks and giving your organisation a chance to achieve its goals. The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) assesses, manages and mitigates your company’s risks associated with new attacks and attack threats to guarantee the protection of data and information. The Chief Security Officer (CSO) is your top manager responsible for corporate security. The CSO’s main responsibility is to guarantee the physical and technical security and to identify the required assets and ways of protecting them, and the CSO is responsible for notifying your corporate security needs and issues to your management.
To take care of your company’s cybersecurity, models such as Expert-as-a-Service (ExaaS), Chief Information Security Officer-as-a-Service (CISOaaS) and Chief Security Officer-as-a-Service (CSOaaS) are gaining traction globally. These models allow your company to have on-demand experienced cybersecurity experts with extensive industry knowledge to help you identify and assess risks, to make recommendations for risk mitigation, and to train your existing employees. The ExaaS model helps you obtain this experience with no extra cost (such as rent, sick pay, vacation pay, training costs, and potential severance pay). This is a flexible solution that can be tailored for large and small companies by combining expertise and advanced technology to efficiently manage your security programme.
The help of PwC experts can provide your company with experience from the level of CISO to CSO. Create a CISO/CSO role that fits exactly your business needs – no more, no less – with a flexible workload from 2 days a month to 5 days a week.