Community Banks and Credit Unions face unceasing attacks on their security along with expanding government requirements and increasingly sophisticated consumer expectations.
But for small- to medium-sized institutions, meeting all those demands may be near impossible. The budget may not be there for sufficient staff to tackle such demands. One person may be wearing too many hats. The IT team may challenged for enough time to get to everything.
A virtual Chief Information Security Officer can help smaller institutions meet all their data security demands. For a fraction of the cost of hiring such an executive, a small bank or credit union can gain a C-level executive.
vCISOs can drive meeting the regulatory requirements, the data security needs, and report to board members where the institution stands in terms of its security and regulatory posture.
You gain the expertise, experience, and professional acumen of a full-time security and regulatory expert at a fraction of the cost.