In the simplest terms, risk connotes the possibility of harm. How we account for risk and manage it is the result of understanding and quantifying the consequences. What are the effects likely to occur in the event of a cyber-attack or breach on a business ? Who will be harmed? In what way? To what extent? Traditionally, CISOs and their business partners have made cyber risk management decisions using a combination of experience, intuition, judgment, and qualitative analysis. In today’s digital enterprise, however, the number of assets and processes for protection, and the decreasing practicality of a one-size . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Cybercriminals Don’t Need to Steal Mass Amounts of Personal Data Anymore and That’s a Big Challenge for Cybersecurity Teams
- Automated Pentesting – Can it Replace Humans?
- The Next Generation of Pentesting
- Learning to Speak DevSecOps: Aligning Pentesting to Development Workflows
- Reinventing Web Application Security
- The Quantum Security Risk to your Organization
- Top 5 Characteristics of Successful Insider Risk Management Programs
- What You Don’t Know About Ransomware Can be a Risk