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Cyber as a Business Enabler: Operationalizing Cyber Risk Analytics

Narrated by: Matthias Pope
Length: 56 mins
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Are you working to transform cybersecurity into a business enabler?

Cyber as a Business Enabler: Operationalizing Cyber Risk Analytics is a guide for the modern day cybersecurity leader to put cyber risk into motion and allow cybersecurity operations to enable the business.

Topics covered in this book include:

  • The end goal of cyber risk analytics
  • Where to gather the right data
  • Key stakeholders involved
  • What it takes to quantify cyber risks financially

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Cyber Risk Game Changer

I know the cyber risk space is still emerging, but this ebook is one of the best overviews of the topic i have seen. I liked the way it provided both education and thought leadership, as well as practical tips for those operating in cyber and business.

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Great Cyber Risk Book

This is a short read/listed but this book provides some excellent basic insights into a newly developing field - cyber risk analytics. I enjoyed the listed! Highly recommend this to CISOs, CFOs, CIOs, CEOs and the like

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  • Philo
  • San Diego, CA, United States
  • 10-19-19

OK for quick entry level

The self-promotion is fairly minimal. This is, alongside a pretty cursory glimpse of the overall landscape, a sort of map of who in your organization the explicit manager of cyber risk must deal with, and a bit of how to talk to each senior-level peer (CFO, etc.) about it. I was comfortable with what I spent and what I received here. Perhaps I didn't get the gist of the title, but as far as I can see, cyber risk management is still a cost center. But it is apparent here that it must be done, to do modern networked business. The overall benefits of easy user and employee access cannot be had without these vulnerabilities, and nobody in the business should be dragging their feet on this. I would like to see more on audible on cyber insurance, but this crew I take it is in the consulting side. As such, they won't show all their cards so cheaply.

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Not Worth the Credit.

Definitely not worth a credit. I'm not sure why reviews require 15 words either. Seems there's not much to say about some books.

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