When we think of Cybersecurity, we often think of it as a transactional approach. For example, if you are an SMB owner, and need services, the common thinking is that you can Google a vendor, contact them, have an initial phone conversation, sign the contracts, and that all is done. While this may have been the model previously, everything has now changed the world over with the advent of the Coronavirus crisis.
For example, there is a lot of fear and angst out there, with a lot of uncertainty. Now is the time for Cybersecurity companies to change their business model, and instead take a more of a consultative approach in meeting the needs of client. How can one do this? Find out these answers in today’s podcast.
John Shin is the founder and managing director at RSI Security and has over 18 years of Information Technology and Cybersecurity leadership experience working with industries across the board. As a PCI Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional, CISM, and Project Management Professional (PMP), John works with businesses at virtually any size and scale to assess and improve cybersecurity strategy and posture. He’s also the author of multiple research papers for the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and others.
RSI Security is a cybersecurity-focused technology company that helps private and public sector organizations in highly regulated industries to effectively manage risk. RSI Security provides cyber engineering, assessments, advisory services as well as technical testing to amp up client’s security posture while mitigating business risk. Compliance services include PCI DSS, ASV, HIPAA, HITRUST, NIST 800-171, NERC CIP, FISMA, GDPR, SOC 2, and more.
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