For most firms, cyber risk management is an endless discussion of theoretical risk postures and registers filled with aging risk topics. Risk-based, data-driven quantitative models, such as ones promoted by the FAIR Institute are comprehensive, and elaborate; however, they require significant horsepower to demonstrate visible and traceable value.
CISOs, CFOs, CIOs and other C-level executives need to share cybersecurity responsibility as they each play a crucial part in shaping an organization’s future. The question is, how can they collaborate cross-functionally to achieve common goals?
Watch this discussion between ThreatConnect and CyberMinds around the typical use cases, client examples and common pain points we hear in the market. You’ll learn how to adopt a shared responsibility model and have the opportunity to ask your questions to our experts.