What you’ll learn:
- How to understand the current maturity of your security program
- A framework to help build an effective measurement action plan
- 4 key areas every organization should consider when establishing security KPIs
6 in 10 organizations say they can’t quantify the effectiveness of their cybersecurity spending to their board of directors. But business leaders are greatly emphasizing security budget justification and value, so a haphazard or decentralized approach to measuring security success can be harmful to your organization’s security.
To avoid potential misunderstandings between your security operations team and the board, you must establish effective security KPIs. This white paper explains how to establish benchmarks for your current program, ways to build a more effective plan with existing frameworks, and questions to consider across risk scoring, human capital, asset management, and incident response.