COVID-19 has forced a change in the workplace at a speed we’ve never seen – the conversion of millions of office workers into home workers in a matter of days. As IT teams hastily pulled old unpatched laptops out of closets to give to employees, and upgraded VPNs built to handle a few work-at-homers, cybersecurity teams were faced with an army of new challenges that had to be defended against outside the traditional perimeter.
And then the attackers swung into action. Google reported a 350% increase in phishing websites vs three-months ago, as COVID-19-themed emails flooded in with new, convincing scams to take advantage of the fear of the pandemic and the confusion and lack of controls brought on by home work.
RiskLens wants to help the IT, Security and Risk Management community better understand and survive this new environment.
We are offering for a limited time and at no cost, a half-day Work from Home Risk Assessment, showing your risk exposure in financial terms to help you quickly take action to adapt your security program in the most cost-effective ways.
We’ve already completed a number of these assessments, and here’s how it goes:
This offer is valid until May 15, 2020, and comes with no ongoing obligation other than a non-disclosure agreement.
Organizations that have tried our Work from Home Risk Assessment offer tell us that they’ve gained both actionable insights into their immediate cyber risk management issues – and, for those who were new to our offerings, a look at the power of the RiskLens platform and the FAIR model to support well-informed decision making through better understanding, measuring and analyzing cyber and technology risk.
RiskLens is leading a revolution in the way cyber risk is assessed, measured and managed by bringing to market a Software as a Service solution that makes cyber risk quantification a reality.
We help organizations translate cyber risk from the technical into the economic language of business.