Mitigate Cyber Attack Risk

Don't Let a Cyber Attack Put the Entire Business at Risk

Common Questions About Cyber Attack Risk

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<b>82% of risk and security professionals</b> say their organization considers security breaches a business risk rather than just an IT risk.

82% of risk and security professionals say their organization considers security breaches a business risk rather than just an IT risk.


Source: “Pain and Progress: The RSA Cybersecurity and Business Risk Study”

<b>77% of risk and security professionals</b> say the relationship between business risk and IT security can be difficult to coordinate.

77% of risk and security professionals say the relationship between business risk and IT security can be difficult to coordinate.


Source: “Pain and Progress: The RSA Cybersecurity and Business Risk Study”

<b>69% of risk and security professionals</b> surveyed believe the use of different tools and languages makes communications between security and risk personnel challenging.

69% of risk and security professionals surveyed believe the use of different tools and languages makes communications between security and risk personnel challenging.


Source: “Pain and Progress: The RSA Cybersecurity and Business Risk Study”

The Challenges of Cyber Attacks in the Digital Era

  • Expanded scope of problem. As increasing digital operations collide with an advancing threat landscape, it becomes more difficult for security operations to detect, prioritize and respond to threats.
  • More far-reaching impact. Digital transformation extends the consequences of an event throughout the business, across third parties and into the cloud. 
  • Lack of coordinated response. Operational silos prevent security teams and business stakeholders from coordinating their efforts to minimize the business impacts from an attack. 

Best Practices for Mitigating Cyber Attack Risk

  • Ensure security teams in the SOC have advanced threat detection capabilities, including SIEM visibility across the environment (IoT, OT and cloud assets) enriched with business context.
  • Reduce silos that prevent a coordinated response to threats, by enabling threat assessment based on business impact and integrating workflows across security and risk management teams.
  • Incorporate an integrated risk management approach as part of the strategy for cyber attack risk mitigation, with broad integrations for risk identification and treatment.

Additional Resources to Help You Get Started

<b>RSA Cyber Incident Risk Framework Web Self-Assessment</b>

RSA Cyber Incident Risk Framework Web Self-Assessment

Take an online self-assessment to gain a snapshot of your cyber risk maturity and set a baseline for strengthening your risk posture.

<b>RSA Risk Framework for Cyber Incident Risk</b>

RSA Risk Framework for Cyber Incident Risk

Assess your ability to defend against cyber attacks, with a risk framework based on NIST Cybersecurity Framework processes and RSA expertise.

<b>Surviving the Collateral Damage of a Data Breach</b>

Surviving the Collateral Damage of a Data Breach

Learn how far the effects of a breach can extend—and how a comprehensive technical strategy, informed by business context, can limit the damage.

A Word From Our Customers

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Hear the CISO of Los Angeles World Airports describe how RSA has helped reduce incident response time and align security strategy with business objectives.

Los Angeles World Airports