In a sector where speed doubles, costs halve and business models constantly shift, cybersecurity needs to be tightly aligned with ever changing business needs.
And there’s a lot to protect for tech: high-value customer databases, hard-won intellectual property, mobile or web applications that may power the entire business.
But cybersecurity, as it is mostly practiced today, has limited visibility into cyber risk. Many teams are still reporting on risk in fuzzy, high/medium/low, qualitative language, while the rest of tech-centric business thrives on analytics and metrics-based decisioning.
Present clear, easy-to-read reports in detailed, financial metrics that align with reporting in the rest of the organization and make the most compelling ROI case for security investments.
Your business is based on speed & innovation, necessitating a platform that is built for rapid risk analysis and ranking so you know what to focus on and where to invest at any time.
Stop tinkering with spreadsheets and other half measures – step up to a secure and scalable cyber risk management platform and embed standard quantitative methods in your organization.
When you need fast answers on your potential loss exposure for immediate decision support, the RiskLens SaaS platform produces high-level, flexible reporting in minutes. A simple, intuitive assessment interface, and integrated data specific to your industry, radically cut analysis time and effort.
Provide cyber risk guidance across the organization, from aggregated risk analyses covering “big bucket” issues like privacy & data breaches, to project investment decisions, or triaging emerging risks. Spanning strategic to tactical decisions, RiskLens generates risk analysis and reporting in easy to understand financial terms.
RiskLens delivers a true, business-oriented view into cyber risks by providing quantitative risk assessments in financial terms. By running cost-benefit assessments on control initiatives that compare risk reduction to the investment cost, you compare options and make decisions based on acceptable risk exposure and investment level.
Watch this short explainer video on cyber risk quantification using the FAIR model and the RiskLens Platform. You’ll see your cybersecurity future through a RiskLens, and a clear pathway to adhering to the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity mandated as part of the Presidential Executive Order of May 2017.
"The two goals of an effective cyber risk management program should be to ask the right questions and make better informed decisions. Doing this will help drive a better security program, a defensible budget in front of Congress, and include meaningful information for senior executive conversations."
"The best thing to do in cybersecurity is to think of it as a risk to be managed. My hope here is that the risk quantification frameworks like the FAIR model will help…collectively, you are definitely moving the country to a better place. "
"When virtually every aspect of the business is quantitative...having the CISO give red/yellow/green heat maps is debilitating to decision-making."
Jack Jones - creator of the internationally recognized FAIR model and co-founder at RiskLens provides a high-level introduction to managing cyber risk from a business perspective. You'll learn how the FAIR model powers cost-benefit analysis for security initiatives on a par with other forms of enterprise risk management. Read this eBook and never be satisfied again with simple red-green-yellow risk ratings.
Within a matter of weeks you can completely change your understanding of cyber risk. Encourage your organization to embrace cyber risk quantification. Schedule a Demo today.