The cybersecurity workforce shortage is expected to reach 1.8 million by 2022 and is mostly due to a lack of qualified talent.* To address this shortage, CynergisTek offers a Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) Service to help organizations develop and mature information security programs while reducing the burdens and cost associated with recruiting and retaining qualified security professionals. We support your security initiatives and programs in the areas of strategy, governance, compliance, education, and risk management.
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Compliance Assist Partner Program
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We invite you to attend our free Healthcare Privacy and Security Workshop on Wednesday, September 25th in Long Beach, California.
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