Align security with the business.
Pervasive and aggressive cyber attacks are plaguing business. Assessing cyber risk has always been nebulous, and in today’s fast-paced, threat-heavy cyber world, the lack of metrics related to cyber risk breeds fear, misunderstanding, and inertia. In this environment, understanding and quantifying cyber risk has become a business imperative. The future of cyber risk management is the ability to quantify both the economic and reputational impact of cyber attacks. With X-Analytics®, the future is here.
X-Analytics is a patented model that enables organizations to express cyber risk in economic terms. SSIC reverse engineered two critical risk dimensions—the cost of an attack and the likelihood of it occurring—and created a wholly new approach to measuring cyber risk.
X-Analytics measures an organization’s cyber risk with great detail and crystal-clear precision, assessing the financial impact and probability of attacks across a spectrum of cyber-risk scenarios. Available as a continuous subscription service, X-Analytics incorporates both organization- and industry-specific information to help organizations mitigate financial and reputational risk.
X-Analytics enables you to:
- Assess your risk posture in clear economic terms.
- Guide your risk-management strategy: determine whether to accept, remediate, or transfer risk via cyber insurance.
- Communicate the value of your security program to executives and the board.
- Determine which risk-remediation actions most effectively reduce exposure to cyber events.
The SSIC Difference
With X-Analytics, SSIC is the only company that can objectively quantify risk in economic terms and render a complete picture of enterprise cyber risk. X-Analytics enables organizations to quantify cyber risk, predict the likelihood of a security event and associated damages, and develop a robust risk-remediation strategy to enhance their security posture.
The way enterprises measure and communicate cyber risk is changing. This puts you at the forefront of a change taking place in the industry, where you are asked to communicate enterprise cyber risk in business terms. We can help.