Cyber risk is now one of the top concerns for organisations of all size.
Today, most companies do not assess risk or they do using subjective qualitative methods.
Frameworks for managing risk (ISO, NIST, EBIOS,…) guide activities but do not provide a repeatable, consistent and scalable way of quantifying risk to inform key decisions.
To ensure the increasing investment in information security controls are allocated to reduce risk in an effective manner, stakeholders across all business functions need to:
The resulting Value at Risk framework helps organisations to make better risk-informed decisions to improve their cyber resilience