Move from a technology-centric to a business-centric view
Cyber Risk Economics isn’t about whether your cyber risk is “high,” “medium,” or “low.” It’s about whether taking it on is the right option for the business. By tying your cyber program to the economic goals of your company, you can show how you’re moving the needle to increase business value.
87% of CEOs agree they need a better way to measure the efficacy of their cybersecurity investments.
– RedSeal CEO Survey
Axio takes over where traditional models stop
Traditional risk management models provide only part of the information you need to make decisions. Axio amplifies the work that you’ve already done to increase your visibility and understanding.
Reports done communicate value of your efforts
Heatmaps don’t prioritize actions to help you make decisions
Look behind when the biggest risks are ahead
Improve your posture but hard to tailor
Scans and industry data lack visibility and context
Static, closed, complex
Spreadsheets and GRC tools are used infrequently by only a handful of people.
Reports show costs and benefits of your decisions
Rankings prioritize actions based on economic impact
Scenarios to test investments and predict outcomes
To your critical assets and risk tolerance
Adds context from people who know you best
Agile, open, usable
Everyone can collaborate to build consensus and track decisions
Axio is the backbone of your Cyber Risk Economics program
Axio consolidates, categorizes, and normalizes data from multiple sources. All formulas, calculations, variables, and assumptions are visible, so everyone understands inputs and conclusions.
Axio translates cyber priorities into the common language of economic impact, so you can determine which security investment and strategies give you the most bang for the buck.
By focusing on the greatest risks, you build momentum, and increase your data store. As new scenarios arise, you’ll be able to answer questions and make rapid decisions without recreating the wheel.