Businesses everywhere don’t know how to answer the most important question, are my critical assets protected?
When reporting risks as a CISO, you must wrestle with the question of explaining technical problems to a largely non-technical audience. When one is extremely well-versed in a subject, it’s not always easy to know where to begin when conveying information to people with less grounding. It’s important to make sure that problems, solutions, value propositions etc. are all clearly and concisely articulated in business language. It also helps to have clear and quantifiable metrics to lean on. These metrics will ultimately impact key decisions on budget, resources, and affect the overall security posture of the organization.
XM Cyber allows boards to quickly grasp how their organization can be attacked, how improvements are occurring over time because of security investment, change in processes or implementation of environment hardening, and most importantly how much risk exists for critical assets.
Key Security Questions XM Cyber Answers
What percentage of my critical assets are at risk at any given time?
What are the risks?
What do we need to remediate first to significantly impact our risk level?
Do we have sufficient resources to handle the risks?
How are we improving over time?
Key Product Features
See your security score in real time
Contextualize risky scenarios to business critical assets
Risk trend for impactful reporting
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