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Overview

Strategic security advice as and when you need it

In the face of a global talent shortage, it is not easy to identify a security professional with the knowledge and leadership required to prepare and execute a successful information security strategy for your business.

Redscan’s Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) service solves this problem by enabling your organisation to call upon a highly qualified and experienced security professional as and when required. By acting as an extension of your business, a Redscan Virtual CISO will assess potential cyber-risks and develop the policies, procedures and controls needed to help elevate your security to compliance standards.

vCISO

When vCISO guidance could be invaluable

Planning security audits, assessments and reviews
Developing a threat management strategy
Achieving compliance with the latest security standards
Procuring new security products and services
Recruiting and training IT and security personnel
Responding to and remediating security incidents

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Our service

Why use Redscan’s Virtual CISO service?

By commissioning a Virtual CISO from Redscan, you benefit from an independent expert familiar with the challenges of managing information security across a wide range of industries. A Redscan vCISO can be called upon to provide regular counsel, assist on a per-project basis, or help during crucial periods, such as a business merger or acquisition.

Benefits

Benefits of our Virtual CISO service

Provides independent advice

Obtain the insight and impartial advice needed to set your organisation’s cyber security goals and budget.

Measures security effectiveness

Better understand the effectiveness of existing security controls and procedures and receive help communicating risks to key stakeholders.

Informs strategic improvements

Gain the insight you need to identify and implement the security improvements that will be of greatest benefit to your organisation.

Supports regulatory compliance

Better understand the latest data and information security standards, how they apply to your business, and the controls needed to comply with them.

Expertise

Our security qualifications

Why choose Redscan?

Your trusted security partner

  • One of the highest accredited UK pentesting companies
  • A deep understanding of how hackers operate
  • In-depth threat analysis and advice you can trust
  • Complete post-test care for effective risk remediation
  • Multi award-winning offensive security services
  • Avg. >9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

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27th January 2021
Fraud reaching epidemic levels in UK, new report says
A new report has stated that fraud is now at epidemic levels in the UK and it should be recognised as a national security issue. This is due to the high levels of credit card, identity and cyber-fraud which costs up to £190bn a year.  
26th January 2021
Active NHS COVID-19 vaccination phishing attack underway
A phishing campaign pretending to be from the NHS is currently active. The phishing emails purport to alert recipients they are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  
22nd January 2021
Redscan in the News: BBC coverage
Some of the laptops given out to vulnerable children to support home working in the UK have been found to contain Gamarue malware. Read more on this story in BBC News, including comments from Head of Threat Intelligence George Glass.
18th January 2021
Ransomware attacks to blame for half of healthcare data breaches
New research shows almost half of all data breaches in hospitals and the healthcare sector are due to ransomware attacks in which a 'double extortion' method is used.