Cybersecurity risk management is a framework that enables businesses to identify, quantify, respond to, and mitigate risks to their digital infrastructure and assets from external and internal threats. Identifying cybersecurity vulnerabilities and their potential impact is critical for businesses becoming increasingly digitized. Cybersecurity breaches can be damaging not only to an organization’s infrastructure but also its long-term reputation. IT leaders, particularly CISOs/CSOs, are usually tasked with translating cybersecurity threats to non-technical business leaders. Is the business ready to listen to and budget for IT concerns?
In this One-Minute White Paper, Pulse asked over 100 IT leaders:
• About current risk management infrastructures and budgetary plans
• How the business approaches risk and their own ability to communicate risk
• Where the blame for breaches ultimately falls