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A cybersecurity program that aligns with business priorities

Communicate your cybersecurity posture to drive business alignment and secure the budget to defend against cyber attacks.


Prioritizing cyber initiatives while your attack surface is growing by the minute


You must show your board you’ve made the right decisions, especially after an attack


Comprehensive cyber risk management requires understanding your baselines, quantifying the financial impact of risk scenarios, and making decisions with the best ROI

Intuitive reporting that’s easily understood by business leadership

Being an effective CISO isn’t just about identifying and defending against the most susceptible and high-impact risks. It’s also about making the tough decisions among difficult tradeoffs, based on your organization’s risk tolerance. That means translating the technical details of your cyber risks, goals, and strategies into business-centric language that non-technical stakeholders can understand.

The right tools eliminate confusion and build consensus. Visually intuitive analyses leave no room for misalignment about program KPI’s among CEOs, board members, and other senior stakeholders.

Get the cybersecurity budget you need

Qualitative data delays approval for the cybersecurity budget you need now. Heatmaps may look pretty but lack substance, often unable to withstand the objectivity of in-depth analysis from a CFO or other budget holder. Make your cyber investment decisions defensible with Cyber Risk Quantification, demonstrating clear tradeoffs as well as ROI.

Transform your cybersecurity program into a business enabler

When cyber disaster strikes, fingers point to the CISO.

Employees must work collaboratively and depend on each other to improve cyber posture. This often becomes challenging without one clear vision. Get the tools to replace a laundry list of to-dos with prioritized actions.

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