Risk Analysts

Finally Deliver Accurate and Defensible Cyber Risk Assessments...

The days where risk analysts were expected to build their own model for identifying, analyzing and measuring risk are gone - and your job is about to change for the better.

A standard model for assessing cyber risk has emerged. That model is the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR), and it is trusted by thousands of risk professionals across the globe.

RiskLens has purpose-built an enterprise-grade cyber risk assessment and management platform based on FAIR. RiskLens allows risk analysts to assess, manage and report on cyber risk across the enterprise in financial terms, in a consistent and scalable way.

Standardize

Cyber Risk Assessments

Leverage a globally recognized standard risk taxonomy and analytics model for assessing cyber and technology risk and defend your assumptions and results consistently and with ease.

Quantify

Cyber Risk in Financial Terms

Measure and communicate about risk in a language that everyone understands, the financial one, to engage stakeholders and enable business-aligned decision making.

Scale

Your Risk Assessments

Aggregate and trend your risk analyses at will, to report on risk at scenario, departmental and enterprise levels and demonstrate the effectiveness of the various risk mitigation options.

Assess and Manage Cyber Risk

According to the FAIR Standard

Avoid the pain associated with developing and maintaining your own proprietary risk analysis model – that forces you to analyze risk manually and is error-prone.

RiskLens provides a comprehensive solution for managing the entire risk management process, from risk identification, risk quantification and prioritization through evaluation of the various mitigating controls, decision-making and reporting to the various stakeholders.

Risk assessments made with FAIR and RiskLens allow you to explain your assumptions using a transparent and consistent model and to easily justify your result

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Quantify Risk in Financial Terms

Adopt a Language the Everyone Understands

You can do better than assessing risk in qualitative terms, using measurement scales such as high-medium-low, red-yellow-green or 1-10, which are highly subjective, cannot be aggregated and do not lead to any meaningful decision making.

RiskLens allows you to quantify risk in financial terms, a language that everyone understands, easily through a guided workflow. No particular math skills needed: the RiskLens engine does the math for you.

Get buy-in from business stakeholders by giving them unprecedented visibility into their risks and by allowing them to make better business and security decisions via easy to produce cost-benefit analyses.

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Scale Your Risk Assessments

Automate the Steps Involved with Enterprise Analyses

Ditch those indefensible risk aggregation practices where you’re forced to multiply colors, highs and mediums or ordinal risk scores that produce very error-prone results which still don’t tell you how much risk you have. Upgrade from the grunt work of single risk quantifications using spreadsheets.

RiskLens’ enterprise-grade risk assessment capabilities allow you to seamlessly combine and compare risk analyses, so you can aggregate risks at a departmental or an enterprise level, show how they are trending over time and evaluate which controls are most effective in reducing risk.

Embedded data tables make the re-use of industry or organizational data a breeze.

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RiskLens is in use across nearly every vertical industry. We help global shipping and logistics firms like Werner to assess the financial impact of cyber events and avoid major surprises like NotPetya.

Fannie Mae is one of the most recognizable organizations in the world. The work they do is complex, widely scoping and has an impact on millions of people in the United States. Fannie Mae turns to RiskLens to help them drive better cyber risk management.

RiskLens is trusted by dozens of leading organizations in the financial services sector. The Platform is revolutionizing strategic and tactical security planning for some of the world's biggest lenders, banks, brokerage houses and insurance organizations.

Free e-book

An Executive's Guide to Cyber Risk Economics

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.

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A Journey to Cyber Risk Quantification

Geri Fultz is Technical Manager at ScottsMiracle-Gro. She talks about her own journey to Cyber Risk Quantification at FAIRCON ’18

A Journey to Cyber Risk Quantification

Geri Fultz is Technical Manager at ScottsMiracle-Gro. She talks about her own journey to Cyber Risk Quantification at FAIRCON ’18

"If CISOs push back on quantifying potential loss, I find that unacceptable as a board director. CISOs need to advance."

James Lam, Director, E*Trade

"FAIR is a quantifiable, repeatable methodology that has a proven model behind it that is actually relevant to our business...we can actually articulate risk and threat likelihood and consequences, it gets us in a good position as a trusted adviser to the board."

Grant Bourzikas, CISO at McAfee

Board and Business Executives

Board and Business Executives

Gain full visibility into the financial risks your organization faces from cyber events. Finally gain a business aligned understanding of cyber security.

Chief Information Security Officers

Chief Information Security Officers

Communicate cyber risks in financial terms, prioritize risk mitigation initiatives based on business impact, justify security investments by demonstrating return on security investments.

Chief Information Risk Officers

Chief Information Risk Officers

Assess top cyber and technology risks, ensure alignment between security initiatives and business goals, integrate cybersecurity risk within your Enterprise Risk Management program.

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RiskLens is built on the FAIR model - trusted by 8 out of the Fortune 10, 75% of the Fortune 50 and nearly 30% of the Fortune 1,000. We have unrivaled experience in helping enterprises such as yours get on the path to better cyber security through cyber risk quantification. Take a demo today!

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