Rely on Our vCISO Expertise and You Won’t Manage Risk Alone

A security program requires ongoing management. Who manages yours?

Strengthen your Security Program with Specialized vCISO Expertise

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Information Security is everyone’s job. Technology alone cannot protect you. The breadth of InfoSec governance, risk, policy, and compliance requires a trusted team of experts.

Parameter Security has the expertise and experience to balance InfoSec regulations and best practices with your business needs and your organization's culture. If you do not have an Information Security leader on staff, a virtual CISO advisory service can be right-sized for your team, your budget, and your business needs.

Threats evolve and change, therefore your security program requires ongoing management.

Parameter Security vCISO advisory services deliver peace of mind as we identify, implement, measure, and manage the evolving risks facing your business. Our vCISO service covers five important areas of risk management:

  • Access Control
  • IT Architecture
  • Governance, Risk, & Compliance
  • Disaster and Incident Response Maturity
  • Security Maturity

Whether your vCISO is updating or creating policies, conducting risk assessments, or working on business continuity/disaster recovery/incident response programs, you can be confident that someone on your team is managing your information security program.

Annual vCISO Subscription by Parameter Security

Information security is not something you can check off your list and consider it “done”. A vCISO reviews your specific needs and manages your security program to create measurable improvement year-over-year. Consistent elements to an annual vCISO service include:

  1. State of Security Assessment: Analyze maturity of your security program to understand opportunities and establish benchmarks for improvements that will be implemented throughout the upcoming year.
  2. Business Requirements Analysis: Evaluate business operating conditions, culture, and compliance factors that guide prioritization and determination of desired security status.
  3. Annual Security Roadmap: Guidance to prioritize and plan work to be accomplished during the year as your business advances from the current State of Security toward desired goals.
  4. Establish Security KPIs: Establish goals for your security program based on your organization’s specific needs so that progress can be measured and managed throughout the year.