Thought Leadership Series - Cyber Risk in Non-Traditional IT Environments and Quantification

Investments into cyber security systems are a must, but are still perceived as a cost and not a business investment. How do you provide credible measurements that your security expenditure is reducing your organisation’s cyber risk? An evolving approach designed to help organisations assess these hidden risks and determine the real ROI of their security investments is cyber risk quantification. Dr Magda Chelly joins us for an intriguing discussion around why cyber security and business leaders should be embracing cyber risk quantification, and what has changed to make it a critically-needed proposition.
  • How has the cyber risk landscape evolved in the past few years?
  • Do you think all industries understand their exposures and the criticality of cybersecurity investment?
  • How do you define Cyber Risk Quantification (CRQ) and why is it important?
  • How do you think CRQ fits within the wider cyber security strategy?
  • How does one start to build a methodology for quantitative analysis?
  • What is your advice for overcoming the challenges of communicating these cyber risks and the need for better communication between technical and business leaders?
  • The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore recently launched the “Better Cyber Safe than Sorry” national cybersecurity awareness campaign. What are your two top tips for the community to be more aware of cyber threats?
  • As the founder of Women on Cyber, what do you think is the biggest barrier to diversity & inclusion, and how can we overcome it to increase representation?
  • Price: Free
  • Language: English
  • Who can attend? Everyone
  • Dial-in available? (listen only): Not available.
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