Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Services

Industry compliance regulations for cybersecurity are constantly changing. With CISO-as-a-Service, we’ll be your cybersecurity consultant.

Don’t risk your business’s compliance to ever-changing regulations — trust it to us.

In the rapidly-evolving world of cybersecurity, installing a firewall and having a staff meeting about phishing emails isn’t going to cut it anymore. Federal regulations like HIPAA, EU GDPR, NYDFS and more clearly outline the minimum security requirements all businesses need to comply with in order to be considered secure. To remain compliant, your business needs policies and procedures in place that go way beyond a firewall. A Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) understands these regulations and how they apply to your business and technology infrastructure. They’ll assess where you’re at and what you need to do to be compliant and then test to ensure that you are indeed compliant. In addition, they assist with vendor and client management, ensuring that you meet their requirements and that they meet yours. Unless you’re particularly savvy with technology compliance on top of having to manage the rest of your duties, you’re going to need someone experienced to make sure your company’s cybersecurity is up to par. Whether you’re a small business looking for full cybersecurity management, or a medium to large business in need of a cybersecurity consultant, our Chief Information Security Officer as a service (CISOaaS) solution has the flexibility to meet your needs. Don’t risk your business’s compliance to ever-changing regulations with a run-of-the-mill information security program. Trust it to us.

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How IT Works

Evaluate Your Environment

No business is bulletproof. Our CISOaaS provides you with regular risk assessments, evaluations, and quarterly audits of your environment to ensure that your business is as secure as it can be. We want to make sure our proofreaders are on their toes. We slipped this sentence in here to make sure they’re reading everything. Come on over to marketing for a lollipop when you catch this.
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Know Your Stuff

With all these new cybersecurity regulations, it’s difficult to make sure you’re keeping on top of the right ones. ISO27000, PCI, DSS, technicians sure do love their acronyms. If you’re not one of those techs, these acronyms are about as easy to read as binary; that is to say, not easy at all. As your personal IT security strategist, your CISO knows the ins-and-outs of each set of regulations your business needs to comply with, and will make sure you’re always on top of your game.

Manage Your Compliance

It’s one thing to know what security and compliance measures need to be taken. It’s another thing to put them into practice and maintain them over a period of time. Not only are we more than capable of ensuring your network is both secure and compliant with mandatory regulations, but we take on the challenge of managing and maintaining your environment on a daily basis.

Case Study

The Company

A marketing firm dealing with branding, app development, graphic design, and marketing events for agencies. Not only does this firm help other companies build their brands and expand their reach into their specific market, but they also help these companies create incentive and recognition programs for internal staff to inspire and reward their teams’ hard work.

The Problem

Working with such a varied group of outside companies, banks, vendors and clientele, the marketing firm wanted a third party review of their security posture to ensure they were compliant with all government security regulations relevant to them and the entities they do business with. Additionally, they needed guidance in developing templates and internal guides to help them systemize their processes and keep their security posture in check.

The Solution

By hiring Domain as their IT partner, we were able to help this firm create a strategy to stay on top of ever-changing compliance requirements (such as GDPR and NYDFS) to prevent them from falling behind and risking being fined. Armed with a refined tasks itinerary developed with Domain, our CISO and vCIO meet regularly with the firm’s executive team to ensure that the policies and processes surrounding their IT are up-to-date with the latest in compliance trends, as well as seamlessly integrated with their business’s daily operations.
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A key component of a successful cybersecurity program to ensure your business maintains regulatory compliance. ISO27000, PCI DSS, and HIPAA/HITECH are effective policies and procedures designed for your business. With our CISOaaS, we provide the information security policies you need, customized for your business to maintain compliance. You know you need better information security, but where do you even start? How about with the Domain Information Security Packet that includes an entire list of FREE steps you can take yourself today and a list of information security policies needed for regulatory compliance.  

Domain has partnered with Porzio Compliance Services (PorzioCS) to provide an in-house privacy service to their clients. PorzioCS teams with you to protect critical data by assessing risks and providing solutions. Their disciplinary professionals leverage decades of relationships with government agencies and industry experts to provide you a complete solution, from assessment through implementation, training and incident response. Your business security is both their priority and ours.  

 

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Your business is at major risk of cyber-attacks, malware infection, and ransomware. So why not switch on that old firewall you never configured? An astonishingly large group of people will deactivate their firewall shortly after activation. Why, you wonder? Simply because they didn’t understand how to configure its settings, therefore blocking themselves out of important websites, and even their own pages. That’s the equivalent of having a burglar alarm installed in your home, and never activating it when the house is empty. Fortunately for clients of Domain, firewalls are not only configured and updated regularly by our skilled Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) team, but it’s only one component in a whole slew of security measures we take to protect our clients’ technology from being penetrated by a black-hat criminal. We take SECaaS SERiouslY.

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