By: Melissa Musser, CPA, CITP, CISA, Risk & Advisory Services Principal, and Darren Hulem, IT and Risk Analyst The COVID-19 crisis, with a new reliance on working from home and an overburdened healthcare system, has opened a new door for cybercriminals. New tactics include malicious emails claiming the recipient was exposed COVID-19, to attacks on…Read more ›

Source: Consider a Virtual CISO to Meet Your Current Cybersecurity Challenges | GRF CPAs & Advisors

Small- to medium-sized nonprofits and associations are particularly at risk, and many are now employing an outsourced Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), also known as a Virtual CISO (vCISO), as part of their cybersecurity best practices.

vCISO model not only offers flexibility over time as the organization changes, providers are also able to deliver a wide range of specialized expertise depending on the client’s needs.

The vCISO offers a number of advantages to small- and medium-sized organizations and should be part of every nonprofit’s or association’s risk management practices.

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