CISOs need consistent actionable security and risk information to effectively manage their cyber risk. The challenge for the CISOs is to hold Line of Business (LoB) leaders and Business Information Security Officers (BISOs) accountable for monitoring and managing the cyber security and risk posture within their organization. Siloed operational tools usually only provide a partial view that is not easily tied to Line of Business specific needs, while custom data warehouses are difficult to maintain and often only provide a high level view.
The Risk Fabric Self Service Portal provides personalized remediation requirements to every stakeholder of the organization. Self Service Security is prioritized based on asset value and vulnerability severity, and enables application owners to manage exceptions, remediation plans, scan exclusions, and other actions relevant to applications for which they are responsible.
Risk Fabric provides CISOs, BISOs and Line of Business owners visibility into their organization’s coverage and performance
Everybody is trying to achieve the same goal – protect the enterprise. Investigators and Vulnerability Management teams need a list of the threats and vulnerabilities that need to be addressed, prioritized by severity and potential impact. Operations needs to identify gaps in coverage and how their organization is performing in remediating threats and vulnerabilities. Executives require a top down perspective that highlights their greatest risks and how well the enterprise is being protected, so they can drive strategic and tactical improvements. Finally, Boards of Directors require a quantitative risk scorecard that enables them to understand the lay of the land, so that they can make informed decisions and provide appropriate guidance. The end goal for each of the stakeholders, whether it is the IT Team, Line of Business Leaders, C-Suite, or the Boardroom, is getting a single version of the truth from a common platform that is enriched with intelligent behavioral analytics and business context.