The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework (CSF) for identifying, measuring and managing cybersecurity risks is not a regulatory mandate; there are no fines or other penalties for choosing not to use it.
Solving ransomware threats is a top concern among many company leadership teams, not just those in IT departments. To properly prepare for such a threat, businesses must begin taking a much more comprehensive approach, emphasizing the recovery aspects that too often get less attention.
The 2022 Security Culture Report (SCR) is the largest, globally recognized research into security awareness, behavior and culture available. The SCR offers unique insights which allow organizational leaders to better understand how employees view security within their organizations.
In today’s ever-evolving security landscape, cyber risk is constantly increasing — making it critical for you to be able to effectively analyze your organization’s security performance over time. In a 2020 survey conducted by Harvard Business Review
Analytic Services, 74% of 168 executives named cyber risk as one of the top three risks their company faces today.
Verizon’s 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report states that “the human element continues to drive breaches. This year, 82% of breaches involved the human element.
This Monthly/Quarterly Cybersecurity Status Report provides an analysis of activity during the past period and approvals needed for the upcoming period.
KnowBe4 Research has a developed data-driven and evidence based Security Culture Maturity Model. The model is fueled by KnowBe4’s massive security awareness, behavior, and culture dataset.
Ratings Blueprint chart to help identify the strengths and weaknesses of your current cybersecurity efforts and where to focus to improve your security program.
In this white paper, you will learn a step-by-step process that will help you avoid ransomware attacks when working with vendors, suppliers, and other partners.
Black Kite retail and e-commerce infographic for the top 100 US retail companies.
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Compliance, IT, and third-party risk teams are being challenged more than ever. Compliance teams are being met with growing cyber risks — and expanding regulations — on a daily basis that must be handled quickly. Much of that impact is coming from organizations leaning on more and more third parties for outsourcing than ever before. As a result, the need for automation, flexible tooling, regulatory guidance, and integrated data is paramount.
BitSight Financial Quantification for Enterprise Cyber Risk simulates your organization’s financial exposure across multiple types of cyber events and impact scenarios to calculate a range of potential financial losses.
For the last six years, we’ve watched our customers use Risk Cloud® (our nimble and collaborative GRC platform) to build powerful, easy-to manage risk programs.