CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT
Cyber risk management is a proactive, predictive and preventative approach to managing the growing scope and sophistication of cyber attacks and builds upon your current cyber security strategies. With the continued expansion of your digital enterprise, including increased use of the Internet of Things (“loT”) devices, this growing attack surface is increasing your cyber risk.
This applies to organizations in all industries; healthcare providers who are increasing their use of cloud-based devices and services, businesses that are seeking a cost-effective way to scale up their cybersecurity measures, and government and educational organizations that need a more prioritized approach to dealing with their growing vulnerabilities.
The RiskSense platform can decrease the overall attack surface by 50% and can reduce the time to identify and analyze vulnerabilities and trigger remediation actions by 90%. That means out of the 100,000+ vulnerabilities (on average 7 critical vulnerabilities per asset in your environment) you’re able to prioritize the top 1% that have an immediate impact on your security posture. By removing endless spreadsheets of vulnerability data and freeing up bodies, cyber risk management using the RiskSense platform is making your network more resilient and decreasing your overall cyber risk while saving you time and money.
While organizations invest in maintaining a security perimeter designed to fend off cyber and insider threats, reports about breaches at companies and state and federal agencies are increasing concern about the overall effectiveness of ‘silo-based’ investments and the ‘reactive’ mode in which they function. How is your organization stacking up?
How do you keep up with the volume, velocity, and complexity of vulnerability data that these tools are producing?
How does your staff make time to examine the vast amount of security data and actually, “connect the dots”?
How do you maintain visibility into your risk posture across the entire computing stack, not just the network layer?
What proactive measures do you take, to ensure that your internal security findings relate to real-time external threat data?
How do you position and prioritize your remediation actions?
How do you know what remediation steps to take and how to break the kill chain – in the right priority?
How are you able to assure that a remediation action was effective?
If you’re finding these questions scary or impossible to answer, reach out to us today to find out more!