Board-level discussions about cyber risk are increasing the need to identify and quantify cyber risk exposure. Being able to track cyber financial risk over time, understand the impact of budget decisions, and ultimately justify spending is now driving business decisions on which risks to tolerate, treat or transfer.
While step one is to understand your organization’s cyber risk exposure in financial terms, the next thing an organization must think about is how to mitigate that risk. ThreatConnect RQ models many different types of attackers and attacks that may infiltrate an organization, as well as an organization’s controls, vulnerability data, and critical applications.
Save time by using pre-built models that can be easily tuned to your environment to compare cyber-risk and financial impact across the organization. Group by applications, departments, legal entities, or whatever is most appropriate for your business.
RQ’s powerful reporting capabilities enable you to:
- Report on an aggregated view of cyber risk and financial impact across multiple legal entities and applications
- Keep business leaders accountable for the level of security they employ in their digital initiatives
- Help the business understand what is the inherent risk between applications and how new digital experiences or M&A activity adds residual financial risk