STRENGTHEN SECURITY PROGRAMS & COMMUNICATE VALUE TO LEADERSHIP
The CISO’s Guide to Metrics that Matter in 2020
The metrics that security teams traditionally use at the board level often don’t translate into business objectives, creating communication gaps that leave CISOs struggling to explain the value of their security investments. Consequently, security teams suffer from the inability to obtain increased budget or inversely create a false sense of confidence in security preparedness, all the while risk increases. By applying the metrics that matter, CISOs will strengthen their security program and articulate value to leadership.
In this paper, you’ll learn:
- WHY traditional metrics fall short of telling the security story
- WHICH metrics have meaning for both boards and security teams
- HOW the right metrics can benefit the business
START APPLYING THE METRICS THAT MATTER.
Ineffective traditional metrics
that leave CISOs struggling to explain the value of their security investments
Common Board Questions
that CISOs will need to answer in 2020
that strengthen security programs and close communication gaps in board meetings
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BENEFITS FOR SECURITY TEAMS:
INCREASED VISIBILITY AND CONTROL
Expedite threat qualification by automating retrieval of select activity and contextual data from your disparate security tools
FASTER, MORE EFFECTIVE THREAT RESPONSE
Accelerate response with established, consistent processes to common threat types
HIGHER ROI OF CYBERSECURITY OPERATIONS
Recognize areas ripe for automation and measure results, giving your analysts more time to work on critical threats