CISO as a Service

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  • Security Strategy and Transformation
  • Risk and Compliance Management
  • Advisory Services
  • Incident Response

CISO-as-a-Service By Ace

With 14+ years of security expertise, we bring to the table a compelling array of capabilities such as security roadmap development, compliance adherence, risk assessment and incident response for enterprises of all sizes, across industries. Connect with experienced CISOs who can help develop and implement security strategies, manage security incidents, and ensure compliance with industry regulations.


The Challenge

Many organizations, especially small and medium-sized ones, may not have the resources to hire a full-time CISO.


The Solution

Ace’s CISO-as-a-Service is an excellent solution for organizations requiring high-level security expertise that helps minimize costs and reduce the burden on IT resources.

Our Approach

A scalable and eclectic approach to CISO-as-a-Service



Identify the organization’s goals, priorities, and risk appetite, as well as determine the scope of the CISO’s role and responsibilities.



Assess the organization’s current security posture, identify potential vulnerabilities and threats, and evaluate the effectiveness of existing security controls.



Develop a customized security framework that aligns with the organization’s cybersecurity goals and risk profile.



Create a detailed outline and timelines for implementing the security framework, including recommendations, training and awareness programs, with continuous assessment and reporting.

Key Features


Strategic Road Mapping

  • 14+ years of industry experience
  • Aligning cybersecurity goals to support organization growth
  • Design and Implement information security program


Risk Based Approach

  • Identify and map cyber risk with company’s goals and objectives
  • Risk mitigation with expert consultation
  • Cost benefit analysis


Compliance Readiness

  • Gap Assessment
  • Build policies and procedures
  • Support ISO 27001, HIPAA, GDPR, GLBA


Industry Best Practices

  • Secure System Engineering
  • Ransomware Readiness
  • Change Management


Effective Technology

  • Incident Response & Management
  • SLA Management
  • Vulnerability Management

How Ace’s CISO-as-a-Service Benefits Your Organization


Security Roadmap Building

Our team will work with you to develop a customized cybersecurity strategy that is tailored to the unique needs of your business. Our strategy will be designed to protect your business from a wide range of cyber threats, including malware, ransomware, phishing attacks, and more.


Security Awareness

We empower your team into becoming the first line of defense and act as a human firewall with simulations and practice tests. With the relevant resources and guidelines, we help you build an effective security awareness program that meets your compliance needs.


Risk Management

Our team will conduct a thorough assessment of your organization's cybersecurity risk profile to identify vulnerabilities, threats, and potential breaches. We then use this information to develop a comprehensive risk management plan designed to minimize the risk of cyber-attacks.



We understand that compliance is critical to your business. Our team will help you stay compliant with regulations such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and GDPR, ensuring that you are meeting all of the necessary requirements to protect your customers' data.


Cost effectiveness & Flexibility

We offer a range of flexible and affordable cybersecurity solutions that can be scaled to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes. Whether you are a small startup or a large enterprise, our team has the skills and expertise to help you protect your business from cyber threats.


Incident Response

In the event of a cyber-attack, our team will work quickly to minimize the damage and get your business back up and running as soon as possible. Our incident response plan is designed to mitigate the impact of the attack and prevent it from happening again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your Top Questions, Our Expert Answers

When an organization outsources its Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) role to a third-party provider, the latter is said to be delivering CISO-as-a-Service. It is a cost-effective way for organizations to get access to experienced security professionals and develop a robust information security program that meets industry standards and regulations.

The three common types of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are as mentioned below:

  • Strategic CISOs- focus on developing security protocols.
  • Technical CISOs- have a strong technical background and focus on implementing and managing security applications.
  • Administrative CISOs- responsible for overseeing security policies and compliance.

The cost of hiring a CISO as a service can vary depending on several factors such as the size of your organization, the scope of the CISO's responsibilities, and the level of expertise required. On average, you can expect to pay $20,000 to over $200,000 per year. However, some providers may offer monthly or hourly packages. It's important to evaluate your organization's specific needs and budget before choosing a CISO service provider.

A CSO (Chief Security Officer) typically oversees physical security measures, while a CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) focuses on digital security measures. CISO is one of the newest roles on the org chart, and it is tasked with tracking and analyzing risks to keep your data safe. On the other hand, CSO oversees both the physical and digital parts of your firm. They are the gatekeepers to your company's overall stability since they are equipped with the knowledge to identify the appropriate tools.

CISO-as-a-Service can make your IT security more efficient by providing expert guidance and support in developing, implementing, and managing your organization's cybersecurity strategy. This service allows you to have access to a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) on a part-time or project basis, who can help you identify potential threats and vulnerabilities, assess risks, develop policies and procedures, and manage security incidents. This approach can help you improve your security posture, reduce the risk of cyber-attacks, and enhance your organization's overall security effectiveness.

No, CSO and CEO are not the same.

A CSO (Chief Security Officer) is responsible for the overall security of an organization, which includes managing physical security, cybersecurity, and data protection.

A CEO (Chief Executive Officer) is the highest-ranking executive in an organization and is responsible for making strategic decisions, managing resources, and ensuring the overall success of the organization.

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