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Webinar: Benchmarking Security Performance with Industry Security Ratings

Ben Fagan | June 25, 2014

chartAs executives and corporate boards are increasingly being called upon to act on cyber security issues, security practitioners need new tools to better communicate performance to upper level management. Benchmarking, a tool used by businesses to track performance, can (and should) be used to better communicate and understand security posture.

But how can businesses implement benchmarking in the realm of cyber security? Many organizations don’t disclose information about their cyber security programs, and collecting information on peer companies is resource intensive. Join our CTO and Co-Founder Stephen Boyer for a webinar this Friday June 27, 2014 at 1:00pm EST to learn how companies can utilize Security Ratings to gain insight on the security performance of their industry and peers. The actionable information provided by these ratings enable businesses to proactively quantify, identify and mitigate cyber security risk.

 

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