Can you valuate your organization’s financial exposures from cyber risk, and give your board data that justifies your security investments and insurance recommendations?
Robust financial modeling to assess and quantify cyber exposure is critical to make improved, data-driven decisions, concerning security and insurance. Few cyber experts can provide you this data.
Cyber risk disclosure will soon be part of corporate financial reporting, yet application of sophisticated risk modeling to evaluate and quantify cybersecurity exposures has not enjoyed the same sophisticated approach as employed for more traditional business risks. The cyber threat to the
balance sheet is real. The average financial impact of a breach is $3.6 million, and attacks on information assets – data and associated information flows, functions and systems that allow you to operate and deliver value – cause 72% more business disruption than attacks on PP&E. Better predictive data, that determines commercial consequences of a cyber
event, is needed to provide management clarity on how to either mitigate, self-fund or transfer cyber risk to insurance companies.
Our Cyber Impact Analysis assesses your organization’s exposures and models probable risk scenarios, delivering data to effectively manage your financial and operational risk from a cyber event. Using this data, your IT security and risk teams can communicate the role of risk mitigation programs, or the value of security and insurance investment, to the wider business. A quantitative financial model also provides the basis for demonstrating that reasonable efforts were taken to protect shareholder equity, should a material cybersecurity event occur.
By identifying your organization’s critical assets, and quantifying risk, a strategic cyber resilience program can be developed to prioritize security testing exercises, calculate the Return on Security Investment (ROSI) and prioritize improvement opportunities, and escalate incident response (IR) and disaster recovery activities on technology and business processes with the largest loss potential.
- Cyber Impact Analysis
- Risk Financing Decision Platform
- Cyber Insight
- Cyber Portfolio Aggregation Analysis