You know you need to get good at this, but the problem is everything you’ve tried doesn’t work. The Cyber Risk Opportunities Managed Program works because it approaches things from a business perspective. You need this; your organization needs this. Learn to answer these questions with confidence.
There’s a Better Way to Manage Cyber Risk
A Business-Oriented Option that Works
We’ll help you prioritize your top five cyber risks in Phase 1 of the program. Our customers don’t waste time or money managing low-priority risks, no matter how important vendors or the media make them sound. Manage by facts not emotions.
We know you have a limited budget to manage unlimited cyber risks. You want to know you’re getting the maximum value for the dollars and time spent. In phase 2 of this program, we’ll develop a prioritized cyber risk mitigation plan for you.
We’ll help you prioritize your risks, so every dollar is spent wisely. With a prioritized list you can minimize failure to start and false starts. You can remove roadblocks and provide visual easy to understand results, produce meeting minutes, track action items, and celebrate successes. You’ll have a check-in with a cyber risk expert every month (or more often, if you like).
Our trademarked Scorecard provides a graphic representation of your data in easy to understand terms. We’ll show you how to use this information for internal and external marketing to help people accept the changes necessary to reduce your top cyber risks.
We’ll help you answer quickly and with confidence that you are practicing “reasonable cybersecurity” as defined by the FTC. Strong enough to withstand lawsuits with jury-ready evidence if need be. Never again be caught without a great answer to an increasingly asked question.
We believe that cybersecurity is a team sport, so that means you need to educate everyone, so they know the part they need to play. We’ll teach your employees to understand, implement and be proud of your cybersecurity initiative. The education we provide is so unique and effective, it gets noticed and remembered.
You can decrease the overall amount of time spent on compliance to free up time for other high priorities. We’ll teach you how to tackle all data security compliance mandates at once to save time and money.
Most organizations cybersecurity policies are out of date or not written down at all. How are yours?
Feel confident that your documentation is useful, meets requirements, and always up-to-date. We do the work with a focus on meeting legal and operational requirements.
Our customers feel confident that our approach, while different from other choices, is based on years of real-world security executive experience. Customers get guidance from someone who has successfully done the CISO job in highly demanding environments while still delivering solutions with real business value.
When we present your top cyber risks, you can be sure it’s material, based on data, and reflects current threats. Plus, we’ll consider the entire range of cyber risks, including technology, people, process, and management. Other vendors can offer you a “free assessment,” but they often use this as a “wedge” to gain an audience with executives to sell what they already go to market with, whether software, hardware, or lots of “billable hours.”
Ready to start capitalizing on your cyber risk opportunity?
Combating cybercrime is a necessity of doing business in the 21st century. Financial and identity thefts occur with annoying frequency, and no executive today can afford to ignore the damage phishing, malware, and malicious code pose to their company’s future. But, with this invaluable guide, anyone, no matter what their skill level or bandwidth, can become an effective cyber risk manager.
In Fire Doesn’t Innovate, cybersecurity expert Kip Boyle provides the tools you’ll need to:
- Recognize, prioritize, and manage cyber risk and online threats.
- Develop daily company-wide habits of good cyber hygiene.
- Protect passwords, credit card information, and other sensitive data.
- Adopt a 3-Phase approach that will help safeguard your business from cyberattacks.
Cybersecurity is not just a technology problem, it’s a management opportunity. Learn how to manage cyber risks and ensure your company is cyber resilient now, and remain in the game no matter what the future holds.