New Methods for Assessing and Mitigating Security Risk

Ben Fagan | May 6, 2014

BenchmarkIconBusinesses often undertake a check-box approach to cyber security by purchasing security products, meeting compliance standards and performing quarterly or yearly audits. While these methods have proven value, they are often not enough. This leaves businesses vulnerable to threats in a constantly changing risk landscape. To overcome these obstacles, businesses should gain expanded visibility into security performance through data-driven comparison and continuous monitoring.

On-Demand: New Methods for Assessing and Mitigating Security RiskBy approaching security with new methods and tools, organizations can make evidence-based and data-driven business decisions. Join Stephen Boyer, CTO and Co-Founder of BitSight Technologies, and Dave Dalva, VP, Security Science at Stroz Friedberg, for this webinar to learn about new methods for assessing and mitigating security risk with Security Ratings.

Attendees of this webinar will learn:

  • The limitations of current risk assessment methods

  • How continuous measurement can provide expanded insight into rapidly changing security posture

  • How some of America's leading companies are using Security Ratings to manage risk

To register and learn more, click here.

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