Chief Information Security Officer

A Necessary IT Resource

Many organizations do not have the luxury of employing an in-house senior security officer. A full-time Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) can be cost-prohibitive, yet the role of a CISO is critical to the data security and future of your business.

NTP can partner with you to be your virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO), providing your executive team with this valuable, affordable resource, and your company an extra layer of essential data security.

Maintain Security Strategy

Thwart Data Theft

Organizational leadership that establishes and maintains your enterprise’s vision, strategy, integrity, and security program should not be overlooked. If your company wants to ensure information assets, data, and technologies are continually protected from cyber crime, a vCISO is imperative.

Data breaches are being attempted continually, resulting in the loss of sensitive data at an alarming rate. In 2017, 700 million people in 21 countries were victims of cyber crime. The latest projected global annual cost of cyber crime is $2-3 billion in the next two years.

Hackers know many companies can’t afford top-of-the-line proactive security and they take advantage of it, targeting small-to-mid-size companies most often.

The average small company will be out of business within 6 months of a data breach.

Leadership Partner

Full-Service Cyber Security

NTP’s experienced vCISO becomes a trusted member of your leadership team, invested in your success, performing the following services:

  • Communicating cybercrime and security trends with the leadership team to create data-security plans on an ongoing basis, staying one step ahead of hackers.
  • Assist with and compose cyber security and IT preventative programs to thwart the most pressing threats and please compliance and regulatory authorities.
  • Assess data breach risk and train staff on those risks to stop loss of data from human error.
  • Work with leadership and regulatory agencies to proactively keep data security and IT up to standards, relieving potential audit and compliance issues and emergencies.
  • Provide forensic expertise and unbiased cyber security and IT knowledge to authorities, investors, and partners in times of question or budget approvals.

43% of cyber attacks against businesses worldwide target small companies, with the average cost to a breached company in the millions.