Robust security provides peace of mind.
Are you effectively managing your IT and network risk?
A recent 2012 survey revealed most Board of Directors and Executive Management are not actively addressing cyber risk management. While they place high importance on risk management generally, there is still a gap in understanding the linkage between IT risk and enterprise risk management.
57 percent of survey respondents are not undertaking key activities related to cyber risk management to help them manage reputational and financial risks associated with the theft of confidential and proprietary data and security breaches. (Source: Carnegie Mellon University CyLab 2012 Report)
In October 2011, the US Securities and Exchange Commission provided guidance that cyber threats deserve attention at the highest levels of management and governance - and that affected companies should disclose both cyber risks and cyber incidents if the information would be important to investor decisions.
Security threats come in many forms - external threats from malicious attacks, to internal threats from data theft - and each can lead to lost opportunities or unexpected outages and business interruptions.
Each threat must be taken into consideration so the enterprise can effectively manage its risk profile.
A unified view of enterprise security gives CIOs and all business stakeholders a real-time visibility into enterprise risks along with robust counter-measures for immediate removal of security threats.
SDG Enterprise Security Practice