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No Geek-Speak Allowed: The Financial View of Cyber Risk

Join us for this webinar to explore how cyber risk models have evolved to more accurately predict financial outcomes through better alignment with frameworks and models like NIST and MITRE ATT&CK. Jerry Caponera, VP of Products and Cyber Risk at Nehemiah Security, will share insights from global cybersecurity leaders who have risen above cyber geek talk and successfully translated risk into business terms. He will cover managing risk by tracking associated potential financial losses; what’s behind the hype surrounding financial data risk assessment (FinDRA); how to calculate ROI for security and mitigation investments; and how to brief your Board on cyber risk in financial terms.
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