Cyber is no longer an abstract concept that can be assessed with the question ‘are we secure?'. According to Gartner, successful CISO’s are leaders, communicators, and managers and all CISO’s need to be prepared to convey the progress their organization is making to ensure the enterprise stays secure as it continues to grow.
As cyber risk begins to be rolled up alongside the other categories of risk (strategic, operational, financial, etc.), effective cyber risk reporting that is actionable for business-side stakeholders is increasingly paramount. Information security leaders today must recognize the need for not only effective cyber risk management, but also effective cyber risk and compliance reporting out of the IT organization.
In this guide, you’ll learn the four reports all CISOs and information security leaders need to succeed in the Boardroom and beyond when reporting cyber risk and compliance.
- What risk and compliance reports to deliver to the C-level and the Board
- How to present an Executive Risk Management Report
- Why an SSP and POAM will only get you so far when reporting to business-side stakeholders