Cyber Risk Quantification
A major cybersecurity event can dissolve millions of dollars in assets and tarnish even the strongest company’s reputation. As cybersecurity concerns grow and evolve, companies need to be prepared for the inevitable cyber-attacks with strong defenses to identify breaches and minimise damage. But how does leadership know where to invest in cybersecurity? How much is at risk? What should be prioritised? The answer lies in Cyber Risk Quantification (CRQ).
Cyber risk quantification uses industry leading and highly vetted probabilistic models to more accurately describe the cyber security and technology-based risks facing an organisation. Digital Roots has been quantifying cyber risk since the beginning. Leveraging Subject Matter Experts (SME), such as business users, asset owners and key technical experts that may not have been previously included in cyber risk assessments; while taking data readily available to these SME’s, we are able to gather data more rapidly and make more accurate measurements for each factor within a given risk.
As a Founding Advisory Partner of the FAIR Institute, and a partner of RiskLens, the leading software as a service based on the FAIR model, the team at Digital Roots is comprised of all levels from varying backgrounds, all specialising in quantifying risk. Typical engagements can range from a small scoped engagement, lasting a couple of days, all the way to a full programme transformation and even maintenance.