Budget requests for capital expenses and headcount require adequate planning, financial justification, and risk management vernacular to secure support from the C-Suite. An excellent way to create justification and establish common ground is to conduct a cyber risk assessment of all network-facing systems.
Leveraging the results from a business continuity standpoint will help determine what needs to be prioritized and what can be safely ignored.
In this white paper, you’ll learn how to get your top security requirements prioritized and funded, including:
- 5 key questions to determine if detection, investigation, response, and recovery functions are adequately funded
- The benefits of using an established cyber risk management framework, such as NIST CSF, to inform the IT security program’s budget
- Steps to begin the risk management discussion with the C-Suite and the Board