Cyber risk governance defines how an organization plans to protect itself from cyber events and threats. Governance describes the process for how to build a cybersecurity program, but doesn’t necessarily inform the effectiveness of your programs and policies. Without uniform performance targets defined in the governance policies, security leaders won’t know if their security controls are performing to their standards or if they’re within the bounds of their risk appetite.
To stay cyber resilient, forward-thinking security leaders need to measure the effectiveness of their governance policies over time. But what standards should be used? How do you manage standards efficiently? Are your security controls operating as expected?
Register for this executive roundtable, Drive Accountability with Cyber Risk Governance, to gain new insights from event thought leaders and to engage with your peers.
Discussion topics will include:
Different options to establish and measure performance standards
How Cyber Risk Quantification can be applied to drive accountability
How to incorporate benchmarking and peer comparisons into your standards
Join ISMG's Anna Delaney for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Stephen Boyer, Founder and CTO for event sponsor BitSight. This roundtable session will be Chatham house rules, peer driven, and pitch free.
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June 22, 2022 | 04:00 - 05:30 pm EDT
Drive Accountability with Cyber Risk Governance
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