With high-profile breaches on the rise and organizations' reputations at stake, cybersecurity is a constant concern for CISOs and should be at the top of the agenda in the boardroom. While CISOs may be able to gather valuable information about their cybersecurity posture, if they cannot effectively communicate how those results can impact the company's bottom line, the results are meaningless.
Cybersecurity is a business problem, not just a technology problem. Cybersecurity oversight and leadership requires an enterprise-wide approach led by board members who have a fiduciary duty to shareholders and investors to actively oversee the measures used to protect sensitive data and customer information.
The flip side of this is that metrics from CISOs must be meaningful to the board. Today 85% of your business is a digital asset as compared to 10% in 2001. An effective cybersecurity boardroom strategy will use digital asset KPIs and metrics that measure exposures, demonstrate effectiveness and ROI of cyber tools and programs while pinpointing how much cyber insurance they need in the event of a breach.
This webinar explores how the CISO can provide the right data to the board and ensure his or her budget needs by using an integrated risk platform that provides meaningful board business metrics. Learn how to measure financial exposures, find hidden exposures, identify gaps in your cyber program, measure cyber tool ROI, budget effectively and quantify your cyber insurance needs.