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Do security hires put a company at greater risk?

New York, NY: Interfor’s Physical Security Consulting Group is now offering outsourced CSO, CISO and CIO programs that can be custom tailored for the needs of small to mid-sized companies across all industries.

Companies around the world are experiencing ever-increasing levels of threats to information, intellectual property, physical assets and personnel. To protect their employees and assets, they are dependent upon the talents, knowledge, and experience of three critical positions: Chief Security Officer (CSO); Chief Information Security Officer (CISO); and, Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Staffing, training, and managing these critical functions creates challenges that can distract senior management from their core responsibilities, and open windows of vulnerability. Additionally, security and information management needs within an organization can be intermittent, rendering full-time personnel across these fields unnecessary and expensive. Outsourcing CSO, CISO and CIO tasks to expert consultant teams has become a desirable alternative.

Interfor’s Outsourced C-level Programs are custom tailored to the needs, practicalities, and goals of its clients. And Interfor’s Physical Security Group serves as a deeply skilled, on-demand resource to senior management to address challenges in the areas of physical security risk mitigation, information security, policy and procedure development, and due diligence surrounding corporate assets, employees, and executives.

According to Don Aviv, COO for Interfor, Inc, a New York-based global leader in corporate security and risk management for over 30 years, “Outsourcing CSO, CISO and/or CIO functions to an entire team of physical and cyber security experts means top-tier custom security solutions can become available to protect small to mid-sized companies at considerable savings of both time and money. With organizations realizing fewer risks and less expense through outsourcing, CSO, CISO, and CIO functions could become a thing of the past.