Survey results show that security and risk leaders embrace the convergence of IT security and business risk. They prioritize the interconnectivity of security and business functions and seek to overcome the limitations of siloed strategies with a more inclusive approach. This kind of approach, driven by business priorities and context, is best positioned to protect what the organization values most.
Top security executives from Global 1000 companies share three strategies they’ve used to ease regulatory compliance burdens. They also discuss different frameworks that have helped their organizations reconcile competing cybersecurity regulations.
The Benefits of a Business-Driven Security Strategy
To detect the threats that matter most to your business—and respond rapidly to them to mitigate their impact—you need full visibility across your organization’s entire IT environment.
- Business-Driven Fraud Management: Engaging with Leadership to Drive Investment This analyst report explores how organizations are addressing the respective challenges and motivations that come with defining fraud management success and the factors driving change and investment decisions.
- Business-Driven Risk Management Closes the Gap of Grief We believe that the solution to the Gap is Business-Driven Security, an approach to translate security risk into business language that business leaders and Board Members can understand and act upon.
- Business-Driven Security Thwarts Fraud in Digital Channels Security teams find themselves unable to answer questions from business leaders about the nature of attacks, the exposure of the organization to these attacks, and the overall business impact. We call the disconnect that exists between these teams the “Gap of Grief.”