Make the smart security move

Own your security strategy and protect your business. Hire your full-time chief information security officer (CISO) or get part-time support from a CISO consultant and stay ahead of threats and disruption to your security infrastructure. RHEA Group will introduce you to the right CISO professional who will provide you with the leadership and expertise needed to maintain a strong security posture.

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Cost-effective
Security risks are properly assessed and managed based on business priorities by the CISO.
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Hire expertise
Hire a certified information security professional with in-depth knowledge of the threat landscape and a unique security risk understanding.
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Always a step ahead
Build upon the CISO’s unique ability to scan the horizon for potential threats and actively work to prevent them.

Your CISO on demand

Some organizations need a full-time CISO because of their size and complexity. Others only require the specialized knowledge of the CISO to lead their information security on an on-demand basis. We help you to access and adapt to your organization’s security needs, thereby saving both time and money.

We offer you the possibility to hire a full-time CISO or receive the support and leadership of a CISO consultant on demand. Find out the solution that best addresses your business needs.

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51%
of IT professionals in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the U.K. find it difficult to highlight possible security system weaknesses for senior management.
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27%
of breaches in the U.S. were not reported because the IT professional was too busy.
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+66%
More than two-thirds of global organizations say there is a global shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals.
Why does an organisation need a CISO?

A CISO is a senior-level team member responsible for the overall security of the organization, including information security risk management, governance, and compliance. Some examples of the CISO’s main responsibilities include information security policies, metrics, and reporting; compliance monitoring and audit support; information security risk assessment; the cybersecurity infrastructure roadmap; awareness programs; and the incident management plan.

What makes the CISO essential to an organization is that they do not operate the systems but instead monitor the security posture over all operations of the company.  Their interests are not compromised by other organizational demands, so they can provide an objective view on security matters.

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