Explain the importance of your next cybersecurity project or technology purchase with Quantum by showing how your decision contributes to lowering your company's financial exposure and share return on investment metrics with other stakeholders.
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As security professionals and boards of directors look to improve their security programs, they're doing so with a clear objective in mind, reducing risk. From a security perspective, reducing risk is measured by decreasing the probability for chances of a cyber event, such as stolen personal data, ransomware attacks, or system failures, however, from a business perspective, reducing these types of cyber events reduces regulation fines, remediation costs and business interruption. It's time to tie the two risk approaches together.
Using cyber risk quantification. Cyber risk quantification translates cyber risk into business risk, by associating a financial quantification with the risk. In other words, organizations can understand how cyber risk specifically affects potential revenue, profit, and other operational measures.