Do you know what security compliance regimes you should follow and how to achieve compliance?
Kaliber helps companies implement a comprehensive Information Security Program which provides the dual benefit of improving our clients’ security posture while positioning them to meet the compliance guidelines of:
Do you know how to perform a Cyber Risk Assessment?
All effective information security programs begin with a candid risk assessment. This is underscored by the fact that all compliance regimes generally establish risk assessment as the first step towards certification. Risk assessments are used to identify, estimate, and prioritize risks to an organization’s mission, assets, functions, employees, partners, and reputation resulting from the operation and use of information systems.
Do you know how to properly report a Data Breach?
A data breach is any instance in which there is an unauthorized release or access of confidential information not suitable for public release. This definition applies regardless of whether an organization stores and manages its data directly or through a contractor, such as a cloud service provider. Data breaches can take many forms including:
Virtual, shared services have proliferated in the last few years. Many organizations use a Managed Service Provider (MSP) to support their IT installation, configuration and support needs. Many use CFO and HR for hire services to get higher qualified individuals at a more affordable price. Similarly, many of these same organizations are now outsourcing their CISO.
We help newly-minted CISOs embrace their organization’s strategic vision, enable products and services, build executive presence and define the steps necessary to improve Cybersecurity across the organization.
Additionally, we work with companies to review their organizational structure, data protection needs and compliance requirements to establish proper Cybersecurity leadership. We have successfully guided organizations to define the commitment, clarity and accountability required of an effective CISO and the cybersecurity program he or she is charged with leading.