The Rise of Managed Cybersecurity & Compliance Services Providers (replay)
The Rise of Managed Cybersecurity & Compliance Services Providers
Recorded Thursday, March 25th 2021
If you are like many organizations today, you’ve recently been asked by a customer, partners, prospect, or your supply-chain to prove a level of cybersecurity maturity tied to a regulatory or best practices compliance framework. But, if cybersecurity and compliance are not a core competency of your organization, who do you turn to?
This increasingly common scenario and the growing interrelationship between cybersecurity & compliance and has resulted in the rise of a new category of service providers called Managed Cybersecurity & Compliance Providers (MCCP). MCCPs speak both cybersecurity & compliance fluently and have integrated these historically separate operational functions into a single and efficient managed program.
Join Toney Jennings, a 25-year cybersecurity executive, and Michael Brooks, vCISO & CMMC Advisor as they cover:
- Organizational challenges driving the evolution of the MCCP
- Core elements of a Cybersecurity & Compliance Program
- Benefits of adoption of an integrated Managed Cybersecurity & Compliance program
Toney Jennings is a former US Air Force information warfare officer who has been a CEO and CRO for more than 25 spanning multiple cybersecurity companies and disciplines.
Michael Brooks is a security and compliance executive with over 20 years of experience in developing, implementing, and operating cybersecurity programs for the Department of Defense and private sector clients in numerous industries. He is a retired Air Force officer with experience as both a Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer. Mike holds an MBA from American Military University and is also a credentialed Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Project Management Professional (PMP).
If you would like to learn more about how Abacode’s MCCP Core can keep your organization both secure and compliant, Let’s talk: