Give us 54 minutes for this recorded webinar right now and two of our most efficient explainers of cyber risk quantification will walk you through the driving forces that are revolutionizing the way that cyber risk is measured and managed.
They'll then bring it home to the specific values you can expect from the RiskLens application, purpose-built on the international standard for risk quantification, FAIR (that’s Factor Analysis of Information Risk) which is now trusted by more than 3,000 leading thinkers in risk and security. RiskLens VP Steve Ward and Sales Lead Paige O’Reilly host.
The security industry is failing, Steve argues – just look at 2017, with its “slurry of really big breaches that resulted in absolutely massive financial losses” from the NotPetya attack on Merck, FedEx, Maersk and other big, well protected companies. Clearly, following industry best practices and risk maturity model standards alone wasn’t working.
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Clearly, too, these big losses pointed out the inability of cyber risk management professionals to anticipate and communicate to business leaders the extent of cybersecurity risk or even to answer simple questions from leadership such as: “How much risk do we have?” “Are you fixing the highest priority problems?”
“If we can drive a paradigm shift in the way we think about the problem, then we can start thinking ahead of the adversary,” Steve says.
That shift from a compliance to a risk-driven approach to cybersecurity is now underway and the FAIR model is at the center. Consider that:
- FAIR Institute membership just hit 3,000, representing companies that make up 30% of the Fortune 100
- Gartner recently named risk quantification as one of the five critical capabilities of integrated risk management
- The SEC’s new guidance to public companies orders disclosure of potential cybersecurity risks, not just reporting on past incidents
In the second half of the webinar, Paige lifts the hood on the RiskLens CRQ Platform to show how it guides you through defining your risks in a logical and consistent way, scoping risk scenarios, collecting the data you need to fuel quantitative cyber security risk assessment, running the computational engine, and ultimately generating reports on loss exposure, both aggregated and for individual losses. Paige also covers the most likely use cases your organization can solve with RiskLens.`
Begin your paradigm shift – view the RiskLens webinar now.