Evolve from Risk Management to Risk Intelligence
Learn how you can move to a holistic approach to risk — enabling you to visualize risk, communicate risk effectively, and act decisively.
Moriah Hara, Virtual Chief Information Security Officer, Vigilance Cybersecurity
Nuno Teodoro, Chief Information Security Officer, Huawei
Mike Wilkes, Chief Information Security Officer, SecurityScorecard
Miryam Meir, Senior Director of Product Marketing, SecurityScorecard
Risk management has been the status quo and traditional way of managing security and third-party risk. However, the past few years have accelerated digital transformation and shifted the risk landscape. 97% of executives said that the global pandemic accelerated up their digital transformation, speeding it up by 6 years.
How can security and risk professionals keep up? They must evolve from risk management to risk intelligence.
Learn how security and risk leaders evolve from risk management to risk intelligence and the benefits they gain:
Proactive: risk intelligence means having the data to make informed decisions and act before a risk becomes a threat
Value creators: risk intelligence enables professionals to easily communicate the impact and value of their program to the board and executive suite and get the buy in they need.
Multi-dimensional: the ability to integrate data from multiple sources and evaluate a holistic view of risk
Work as a united front: having the tools, people, and processes in place to work smartly and efficiently
Alex Heid, Chief Research Officer at SecurityScorecard
Jared Smith, Senior Director, Threat Intelligence at SecurityScorecard
Charrah Hardamon, Senior Product Marketing Manager, SecurityScorecard
The biggest security vulnerabilities are the ones you can’t see. Whether its a third-party vendor you didn’t know about, an asset you weren’t keeping track of, or a misconfiguration across your enterprise, these blindspots create the biggest security gaps. Unfortunately, most organizations only have a vague understanding of their attack surface and cyber-risk. The first step to building a robust security posture is getting visibility into where you are, what you have, where you need to be, and how you will get there.
With so much data out there, how can security and risk leaders ensure that they are uncovering their security blindspots?
Join us to learn how organizations leverage risk intelligence to identify their blind spots, take their right actions, and continuously monitor their attack surface in real-time.
Gian Calvesbert, Product Marketing Manager
Charlie Moskowitz, VP of Policy and Government Affairs
Anna Sarnek, Director, Risk Solutions at SecurityScorecard
Cyber risk is not a technology problem that can be siloed away to IT. It has implications for the entire organization and if not addressed accordingly, can threaten the sustainability of any business model. Part of shifting to risk intelligence means being able to have holistic business conversations about cyber risk that consider how revenue, operations, people, and technology can all be impacted by cyber incidents. Yet these conversations can be challenging when there is no alignment on what cyber risk means for the different stakeholders in the business.
Join SecurityScorecard to learn how security professionals can communicate cyber risk in a language that is easily understood across the business and drives action.
Dave Maberry, Third-Party Risk Advisor, SecurityScorecard
Larry Slusser, Director Of Technology Alliances – IR Engagement Manager, SecurityScorecard LIFARS
Megann Truel, Senior Product Marketing Manager, SecurityScorecard
According to the FBI, 4,000 ransomware attacks are occuring on a daily basis. In a world of threat actors not slowing down and becoming more sophisticated, organizations have to rethink their cyber defense strategy. Implementing an “always-on” security approach enables executives and IT security teams to strengthen their cyber readiness through proactive intelligence and response capabilities. Unfortunately, the reality of continued staffing shortages and the lack of sufficient protection against the growing sophistication of cyberattacks has organizations struggling.
With threat actors always on, how can organizations create an always-on security team? Join Dave Maberry and Larry Slusser from SecurityScorecard to learn:
How to use proactive threat and risk intelligence to gain board-level buy-in and enable actionable next steps in combating cyber attacks;
How to bring governance strategies into your organization for a 360-degree enterprise-side approach that serves as the foundation for a cyber resilient culture
- Proactive and reactive steps teams should take to:
Mature their programs
Align people, process, and technology to monitor and mitigate risk across your attack surface
Test an organization’s defenses through an offensive approach
Rely on outside experts when time is of the essence