In the constantly changing landscape and myriad of sources behind cyber risk, executives and board members are increasingly forced to take command and accountability. Yet many lack the critical knowledge to make effective risk management decisions and incorporate them into their overall business strategy. This inevitably leads to security strategies that are ineffective and reactionary.
Per International president of ISACA, Christos Dimitriadis, Ph.D., CISA, CISM, CRISC, “In 2016, organizations must be sure that they have the cybersecurity framework, knowledge, skills and resources to manage these new threats.” The success and failure of modern enterprises is dependent on the ability to quantify cyber risk and make informed decisions within an organizations cyber risk appetite. Those who do so effectively will be better positioned to enable continued growth and those who do not, will expose their organization to risks with potential calamitous implications. Without having a foundational, solid understanding, determining how and where to allocate human, financial, and technology resources is a complicated calculus.
Join RSA for this informative session as we discuss practical steps for identifying and categorizing cyber risk with your key stakeholders. Cyber risk IS business risk. Attend this session to enlighten your executives, enable your auditors, and take command!