In spite of record spending on cybersecurity technology in 2021, cyber attacks continue to escalate. Security and risk professionals face growing pressure from executives and boards to quantify the effectiveness of their investments in reducing risk.
New research from the University of Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies (CCRS) and BitSight shows how cybersecurity professionals can start integrating quantitative data into the discussion and take the guesswork out of their programs.
Join experts as they share:
- Findings from Cambridge’s scenario-based value at risk analysis (including ransomware, cloud outage, data breach)
- How to assess and compare alternative cyber loss reduction strategies
- Useful modeling techniques and practices to evaluate the effectiveness and value of security expenditures
- How certain cybersecurity investments can create measurable risk reduction
- Dr. Andrew Coburn, Chief Scientist, Centre for Risk Studies
- Jennifer Copic, Lead, Enterprise Risk Model Development, Centre for Risk Studies
- Stephen Boyer, CTO, BitSight
- Derek Vadala, Chief Risk Officer, BitSight
- Jake Olcott, VP Communications and Gov. Affairs, BitSight (moderator)