According to a recent study ,78% of senior executives express lack of confidence in their company’s cybersecurity posture. The study also found, that this eventually prompted 91% of executives to increase 2021 budgets. Most Senior Executives agree that cyber risk is now the most critical category of risk across all types of organizations. But executives from different parts of the organization do not have the same level of visibility into cyber threats, vulnerabilities and the possible impact of breaches or disruptions. Without a shared understanding of the cyber risk posture there cannot be consensus on priorities, risk appetite and, critically, budgets.
Check out this eBook to understand the creation of a common language and a shared view of the organization’s Cyber Risk posture by using established standards (ISO 27K, NIST, FFIE, PCI, GDPR, FedRAMp etc). This will help in accelerating the journey and also keep up, with the tremendous rate of change.