Security teams face growing scrutiny from executives.
They need to answer questions about the risk to the business from cyber, the effectiveness of security to protect against threats, and the value security investments are delivering.
Security leaders are frustrated about how difficult it is to get meaningful, timely and accurate insights needed to inform decisions, demonstrate success and justify priorities.
More stakeholders are asking for different information. The finite time of security staff is being eaten up reporting to the Board, auditors, regulators, customers and business partners.
Security and the business are struggling with the same issue: “How do we gain and prove strong control of business risk from cyber?”