Risk Cognizance CIO services analyze and redresses the causes and risk factors of known security gaps in a company’s technology infrastructures and provide employee training. Our client rely on to provide CIO services such as Developing and managing an annual IT plan and budget, Planning strategic and tactical development, Evaluation and coordination of IT systems, Evaluating and managing system policy, procedures and standards, and Managing technology goals, projects and procedures.


VCISO Services Benefits

Mitigating the threat of cyber attack is a strategic priority. Risk Cognizance have implemented a proactive approach leaning on the knowledge we gain from hundreds of client we can respond and manage your risk with our cybersecurity strategic, operational consulting and audit.

  • Incident response SLA’s

  • Helps improve security posture

  • Mitigates risk & prevent security breaches

  • Threat hunting & vulnerability analysis

  • Stronger IT Compliance

  • SIEM deployment, management and tuning

  • Specialized security resources

  • 24×7 monitoring and alerting

  • Higher rate of detection

  • Real-time network traffic visibility

Virtual Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Use of Risk Cognizance Virtual CIO as a part of our strategic technology planning service allow you to take control of your system and physical assets, management of automated operations and security, industrial operations and other security and protection needs. Industrial cyber security solutions, especially new-age industries needs and requirements.

  • Information Security Program Review

  • Risk Assessment Methodology Implementation

  • Application Penetration Test

  • Mobile Application Penetration Test

  • Device/System Configuration Review

  • Managed Compliance

VcIO Compliance Services methods:

  • ISO/IEC 27005:2011 provides guidance in establishing a risk management program, and describes how to implement each phase of risk management (identification, assessment, treatment, monitoring and review)

  • NIST Special Publication 800-39, Managing Information Security Risk: Organization, Mission and Information System View, describes the fundamentals and the process of completing risk assessments

  • NIST Special Publication 800-30 Revision 1 is a Guide For Conducting Risk Assessments

  • ISO/IEC 27002:2013 is an international standard that assists organizations with evaluating information security controls and performing risk treatment activities

  • NIST Special Publication 800-37 Revision 1, Guide for Applying the Risk Management Framework, offers guidance in evaluating controls and applying risk treatment methods

  • The Risk Management Framework is closely aligned with the guidance provided in the NIST publications cited above

  • ISO/IEC 27005:2011, used in combination with the above framework, provide a complementary and comprehensive approach to identifying, assessing, and treating risks