THE ACE IN YOUR Sleeve

As Chief Information Officer (CIO) or Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) things have never been as challenging and demanding as they are in the present time. When you are tasked with keeping the organization secure and have direct accountability to the Board of Directors, every decision counts.

We understand the Cyber Security concerns of today and we understand the enormous pressure that modern CIO’s and CISO’s are facing in their leadership. How much expertise to retain in-house vs. what to contract to a vendor or service provider can often be a challenging call. Having an umbrella service provider that covers the entire gambit of services can be an appealing seduction, however, when stepping back and conducting a reasonable assessment, most CIO/CISO’s feel that there is a tremendous benefit when working directly with a professional service firm that has a specific focus and expertise. In most cases, this means, the more focused, the more expertise in the particular core area. We here at Cyber Centaurs believe in exactly that philosophy and provide you with laser-focused expertise and experience. We most frequently assist Executive teams and their IT departments with Corporate Cyber Investigations and Data Breach Investigations. See more details below to learn how exactly we can assist you and give you peace of mind.

Corporate Cyber Investigations

As an executive IT leader, you are frequently tasked with balancing the needs of the organization and matching it with your staff’s resources and relying on outside vendors for areas of specialization. The same applies when supporting your CEO and Board of Directors with internal investigations. Being able to have the resources and expertise available to swiftly investigate employee misconduct, theft of intellectual property, sexual harassment, and even corporate espionage is crucial in effectively leading your organization’s Information and technology.

Data Breach Investigations

The demand for compliance with regulation and cyber insurance combined with an increase of ransomware and corporate espionage is continuing to increase the needs of data breach investigations in corporate environments. Determining if a breach actually occurred, if sensitive information was accessed are pivotal in evaluating risk and exposure.