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Virtual CISO (vCISO)

Corsica helps organizations to protect their infrastructure, data, people and customers by providing your company with a senior risk management professional. Our Virtual CISOs, who are well versed in risk management and possesses a strong background in IT leadership, work with your management and technical teams on a regular basis to define and implement security, compliance, and governance policies and procedures.

Our Virtual CISO program is designed to provide expert security guidance through:

  • Understanding the organization’s strategy and business environment.
  • Providing threat analysis and strategy updates in real-time.
  • Anticipating future security and compliance challenges.
  • Overseeing mid-level and analyst/engineering teams.
  • Evaluating cyber threats.

Office 365 is now Microsoft 365- What Does that Mean for Users?

Microsoft recently changed the name of its flagship product from Office 365 to Microsoft 365. According to the software giant, the name change was a part of natural evolution. Microsoft 365 began in 2017 as an enterprise offering that contained a combination of Windows, Office, and Enterprise Mobility and Security.


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