May 11, 2021 | 1:00 PM EST
Being exposed to cyber risk is an inevitable part of doing business in today's world. But when security leaders engage in conversations about cyber risk, they find themselves at a disadvantage. For many non-technical people, cyber risk is seen as complex and too often discussed in technical terms or through the lens of remediation plans for security incidents. While risk management professionals discuss business risk in terms of its impact on financial targets, cyber risk is all too often a misunderstood topic for the non-security crowd.
Cyber risk quantification represents an opportunity to change this dynamic. But traditional approaches to cyber risk quantification often lead to long, complex projects. These projects are complex because of the effort required to collect the necessary data and the need to bring on expertise to model various cyber risks in order to calculate a risk exposure range. This approach isn't easily repeatable, and for most organizations, it isn't sustainable.
Join us for this executive roundtable discussion where we will explore cyber risk quantification in more detail. In this session we will discuss:
Key takeaways include: