CISOs and executive boards are at odds with each other when discussing how to protect the business from cyber incidents
A common language for describing cyber risk that leads to productive dialogue about improving the resilience of the business
Siloed views of risk
Every stakeholder has their own opinion about how cyber risk can impact the business, and that creates misaligned objectives
Shared understanding of risk
A single, holistic view of cyber risk is the basis for informing strategic business objectives
Investments are determined by a simple “yes or no” adherence to security frameworks
The costs of investments are weighed against the return on investment they will deliver
Reporting is focused on what work has been completed and described in technical jargon that doesn’t resonate with the business
Report on the value that security teams are providing to the organization in terms of business outcomes
Adherence to security mandates is delivered in static reports that quickly become old news
Continuously tracked adherence to security mandates and immediate detection of gaps
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“We’ve discovered multiple issues through a change in our Scorecard that would have taken us longer to find on our own.”
“I used to spend hours creating reports for board presentations. Now, with SecurityScorecard it takes me about three seconds to pull that same information.”
Summarize Cyber Risk
Deliver board report summaries that capture the current state of your company’s security posture, a breakdown of the top risk factors, and overview of your vendor risk.
Use Business KPIs
Describe your company’s cyber risk in universally understood monetary values. Guide budget allocation by identifying the most financially meaningful threats and the remediation strategies that will have the greatest return on security investment.
Benchmark Against Peers
Show how your security framework compares against industry peers and competitors. Drive engagement with your board by quickly and efficiently evaluating the security posture of several companies at a time.
Understand Security Trends
Track any company’s security posture over time to understand its maturity and performance. Track your remediation activity against security scores and issue findings to determine your effectiveness in managing threats.
Continuously Track Compliance
SecurityScrecard reveals issues that pertain to the specific checkpoints of security standards — including PCI, NIST, ISO, SIG, HIPAA, and GDPR.
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Effectively report on your cybersecurity risk to the Board and C-Suite.