There’s no question about it: cybersecurity is top of mind for the financial services industry — a high-profile target for malicious actors.
Given the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape and increased business focus on cyber risk, it’s more important than ever to build a strategic security performance management program in which you take a risk-based, outcome-driven approach to measuring, monitoring, managing, and reporting on your organization’s cybersecurity program performance over time.
Of course, in order to do so, you need a framework through which to assess your exposure to cyber risk and lead meaningful conversations on its business impact with the board and other stakeholders. This is where cyber risk quantification can have a huge impact, empowering security leaders to build the necessary business context with data-driven metrics that indicate program performance.
By presenting this type of data in context, you can provide the board and other stakeholders with the insights they need to make more informed security investment decisions — helping to bridge the gap between security and the business.
Download our ebook for:
- Insights into why it’s more important than ever to be able to quantify cyber risk
- An overview of different cyber risk quantification KPIs and frameworks
- A step-by-step guide on how to start quantifying cyber risk in business terms