Take Control of Your Security
During Turbulent Times
During turbulent times, improving your organization's security posture enables business growth.
But where do you begin?
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In times of economic uncertainty, improving your organization’s security posture increases trust and enables business growth. However, security spending is not immune from tough scrutiny. Any expenditure that does not show a clear value can be threatened. IT and security professionals need to understand what technologies and tactics are delivering value and which are just adding to the noise.
Join Frank Aiello, Senior Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer at Maximus, Mike Wilkes, Advisor at SecurityScorecard, and Dan Hoffman, Senior Director of Sales Engineering at SecurityScorecard where they will have a roundtable discussion about the five key areas that every organization must prioritize during times of economic uncertainty, including:
How to optimize and automate third-party risk management
Why consolidating and integrating vendor risk data into your existing security stack is more important that ever
Ideas around how to set KPIs, track ROI, and communicate clearly to stakeholders
How to ruthlessly prioritize to keep your organization secure
Using your security posture to help make your organization the vendor of choice
Knowing what issues may affect your organization is paramount in a world where potential cybersecurity threats are growing at an alarming rate. Knowing where and how to prioritize your defense strategy to counter the most critical issues to save you time and proactively protect your organization. Join Ryan Slaney, Staff Threat Researcher, Alex Heid, Chief Research and Development Officer, and Megann Truell, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, from SecurityScorecard in this live webinar to learn how to:
Identify threats to your security posture to make proactive, informed decisions
Stay one step ahead of threat actors with actionable insights
Prioritize remediation of critical threats using limited resources
Achieve continuous, outside-in visibility to reduce your cyber risk exposure
Security spending growth is projected to slow down so throwing money at the problem is no longer an option. In fact, executives and boards are increasing their scrutiny of a security team’s performance since cyber risk is a threat to the sustainability of the business. Unfortunately, most security leaders struggle to show the value of their security program because their decisions are informed by intuition and defined in silos away from the business. Join Moriah Hara, Founder of Vigilance Cyber Security; Joshua McKibben, Director Global Security Compliance & Risk at Snowflake; and Gian Calvesbert, Senior Product Marketing Manager at SecurityScorecard; who will share best practices and strategies for communicating the impact of cybersecurity on the business.
In this webinar you will learn:
How to align your security program to the overall business goals
What boards and executives want to know when evaluating the performance of a security program
How risk quantification can be used to estimate the value of investments
Every business, regardless of industry, should see cybersecurity as a critical part of their strategic success. A company can have the best tactical solution, but if their security posture is weak or their reputation is tarnished with a breach, companies can suffer from hefty fines and a lack of trust with their customers.
Being able to show proof of your security assumptions and posture eases onboarding to new customers and instills trust with the vendors who are deciding to work with you. Showing your security up front shortens the questionnaire process, getting deals to close quicker and your solution into customer environments faster.
How to show off your positive security posture
How transform your organization to a proactive and risk-averse culture
When, where, and how to securely showcase your certifications to instill trust with your vendors
Improving your organization’s cybersecurity posture increases trust with your clients and partners, and enables faster business growth. In times of economic uncertainty when budgets tighten, it’s critical to make that connection. In this video series, SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares tips from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times, on how security teams can reduce risk by over 85% while ensuring that security investments deliver tangible value.
SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares Tip #1 from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times: Optimize and automate your business ecosystem risk management (aka your third-party risk management) program - to save time and reduce risk.Your security posture is never just your security posture. In this hyperconnected cloud ecosystem, it’s a combination of your own, your vendors’, their vendors’, and so on. Learn how the cyber health of your ecosystem can grow trust and integrity with your clientbase, and also maintain business continuity.
SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares Tip #2 from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times: Consolidate and integrate vendor risk data into your existing security stack. The average security team uses upwards of 50+ different cybersecurity products, but less than half of users feel they’re getting full value from their security investments. Meanwhile it costs hackers very little to launch an attack. As budget pressure extends to the security team, here’s how to ensure you’re getting good ROI and the funding you need to secure your organization.
SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares Tip #3 from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times: Set KPIs, track ROI, and communicate clearly to your stakeholders. Visibility into the effectiveness, or even ineffectiveness, of your cybersecurity efforts allows for real conversations about value and future investment. In this video, we share how to translate these findings into meaningful metrics for different stakeholders, allowing you to show that cybersecurity is both reducing risk and accelerating the business forward, with a clear ROI.
SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares Tip #4 from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times: Ruthlessly prioritize to keep your organization secure. Teams are drowning in too much information, all of which appears on the surface to be “blinking red.” To calm the noise and allow security professionals to quickly focus on areas that make the biggest impact securing the enterprise, learn how to quickly highlight the most meaningful, critical threats.
SecurityScorecard Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer Sam Kassoumeh shares Tip #5 from our ebook, 5 Ways to Secure Your Organization in Turbulent Times: Make your organization the partner of choice. Every vendor, regardless of industry, must view cybersecurity as a key strategic component. This video explores how a strong cybersecurity posture can increase trust and provide competitive differentiation and advantage, helping you to become a trusted market leader.