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Value at Risk: Mapping Cyber Risk to Quantifiable Mission Impact
No matter how many resources they have at their fingertips, cyber security experts struggle to keep up with the overwhelming number of threats and vulnerabilities standing in their way. Cyber security is a hectic grind with tens of thousands of security events cropping up across hundreds of different applications each day. Each of these applications usually run with countless open vulnerabilities plaguing their infrastructure, waiting for fixes. To make matters worse , more than a few users who tap into these applications engage in some sort of risky behavior, intentional or careless, that needs to be curtailed. There’s never enough time or resources to address all of these problems, so effective cyber security depends on effective prioritization. Ideally, that prioritization should be indexed against quantifiable risk measures, whether through fiscal impact or severity of impact to the mission. If government agencies are to take their cyber risk programs to the next level, they need to translate cyber security into the language of risk. This takes discipline and the right technology to establish the practical application of a metric called Value at Risk (VaR). Read this white paper to learn how Bay Dynamics application value at risk enables agencies to prioritize cyber security activities based on potential impact.
5 Case Studies: Exploring how Bay Dynamics customers use Risk Fabric® to reduce cyber risk
The Bay Dynamics Risk Fabric platform serves as the centerpiece of many cyber security programs, enabling Fortune 500 enterprises to continuously measure and reduce the financial impact of cyber risk. What’s better validation of Risk Fabric’s success than capturing real world examples. Read this ebook to find out how the platform has helped Bay Dynamics’ customers increase efficiency, make the most of their already existing security investments, prioritize remediation actions, reduce false positives and noise, and maintain continuous compliance with industry standards.
Initiating an Insider Threat Program
According to the SANS Institute, 74 percent of IT managers and security pros are most concerned about insider threats. An effective insider threat program must go beyond the user. Learn the key components to an insider threat program that goes beyond the traditional User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) solution to provide cyber risk visibility into users, vendors, assets at risk, compromised and high privilege accounts.
Too Many Solutions, Too Many Problems: Overcoming the Security Risks Incurred by Employing Disjointed Solutions
Today’s enterprises have a multitude of security controls (e.g. SIEM, DLP, web gateways, network access control), but each of them provides an incomplete and siloed perspective.