Cyber Risk Management
Complyan: Elevate Your Cyber Risk Management to the Next Level
Classification of assets is an important aspect of cyber risk management. This involves categorizing and prioritizing the assets that an organization has identified as important, based on their value, criticality, and potential impact if they were to be compromised.
Metrics are another key aspect of cyber risk management. These are measurable indicators that can be used to assess the effectiveness of an organization’s cybersecurity efforts, including the number of successful or attempted cyber attacks, the number of vulnerabilities detected and addressed, and the time it takes to respond to a cybersecurity incident.
Key risk indicators (KRIs) are another important tool in cyber risk management. These are metrics or other indicators that can help organizations identify and assess potential risks, and can be used to trigger alerts or other actions when certain thresholds or conditions are met.
Effectiveness is another important consideration in cyber risk management. This refers to the ability of an organization’s cybersecurity efforts to achieve their intended goals and objectives and can be measured through the use of metrics and KRIs.
Monitoring is also a key aspect of cyber risk management. This involves continuously monitoring and reviewing an organization’s cybersecurity efforts to identify potential vulnerabilities and ensure they are effectively managed.
Risk appetite is another important consideration in cyber risk management. This refers to the level of risk that an organization is willing to accept to pursue its goals and objectives. It can help organizations determine risk tolerance and guide risk management efforts.
How Complyan helps?
Complyan provides a range of tools and features that can be used to support centralized cyber risk management within an organization.
- Providing a centralized platform for tracking and managing cyber risks through an inventory and register
- Assigning risk owners and automating the process of following up
- Offering analytics and reporting tools to help organizations monitor and review their cybersecurity risk treatment and mitigation efforts
- Providing alerts and notifications when risks are expected to be closed