According to Forbes, 69% of senior executives believe that digital transformation is forcing them to rethink their cybersecurity strategies. As organizations connect more devices and people than ever, information security risks have never been higher. Among the top cyber security threats CIO face in 2017, ransomware, phishing, distributed denial-of-service attacks, and exploitation of IoT devices and cloud top the list.
The cost of cyber breaches is estimated to quadruple every four years, including direct damage plus post-attack disruption to the normal course of business. Losses could reach $400 billion in the US alone this year. And it’s not just big enterprises: 20% of those affected will be small and medium sized businesses, with healthcare and government targets exceeding those in retail or financial services.
Today, these risks and threats can come from anywhere inside and outside your organization. With frequent changes in the threat landscape and security breaches making the news almost weekly, many organizations struggle to implement a successful information security strategy and don’t know where to begin. They can’t answer the key question: What are your organization’s top risks?
The Presidio Next Generation Risk Management solution provides a ready-made extension to your information security department, leveraging an iterative cyber risk management program and continuous assessment methodology.
The solution includes:
Our framework addresses all areas of your infrastructure and integrates assessments, governance, compliance and architecture as a risk management program. The solution measures risks and vulnerabilities across the enterprise and displays them in a comprehensive dashboard that enables immediate response. A proprietary risk scoring algorithm provides you with a risk score that appears in a user-friendly dashboard, where consumable and actionable data can be accessed on a dynamic portal.
The program offers a roadmap that consists of Baseline Testing, Compromise Assessment, Architecture Consulting, Governance Risk Compliance, Managed Security Services and Incident Response. Following the roadmap will result in a security strategy that aligns with business goals and risk. Yearly, quarterly and monthly baseline components are offered. Detailed findings are provided, along with analytics and recommendations to ensure you meet compliance mandates and help you to articulate your security posture.