How should you quantify cybersecurity posture for your board of directors and C-suite colleagues? Boards and senior executives have three main questions about cybersecurity and breach risk:
- Where is the organization on the cyber-risk spectrum?
- Where should the organization be?
- How can the organization get to where it should be?
Unfortunately, due to the massive size and complexity of the enterprise attack surface and the practically unlimited permutations and combinations by which the adversary can carry out a cyberattack, you know how difficult it is to analyze your overall cybersecurity posture and calculate your organization’s breach risk. Furthermore, because of this vague understanding of security posture, you and your colleagues struggle to agree on where in the spectrum your organization ought to be, i.e., to agree on when cybersecurity is “done” for your organization.
How exactly should you quantify cybersecurity posture for your board of directors and C-suite colleagues? Read this solution brief to learn more.