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Bad CyberSecurity Policy is Bad Business. It is estimated that Cybercrime will cause losses in excess $6 trillion by 2025.

 

Many of these losses can be avoided through the implementation of effective cybersecurity policies. Currently, prevailing wisdom is that cybersecurity threats and losses can be avoided through the implementation of technology solutions. As a result, most Boards and C-level executives have deferred responsibility for cybersecurity to their IT organizations. Industry standards illustrate how any enterprise using this approach to cybersecurity, unnecessarily exposes itself to serious damage to its financial well-being, as well as to its customers, investors and even its own employees.

 

Should your organization adopt some accepted framework or cybersecurity based on industry standards? Which standards recommendations are right for your organization, and why? Why does cybersecurity policy need to be a business imperative – as important as good fiscal policy? How do you raise awareness of the importance of adhering to good cybersecurity policy? How do you measure the progress and cyberhealth of your organization?

 

The answer to these questions is ClearArmor’s CyberSecurity Resource Planning (CSRP) – a revolutionary approach to achieving standards-based, sustainable, and robust cybersecurity – combining a patent-pending process methodology, with a proprietary advanced technology tool suite. ClearArmor’s CSRP provides a road-map for moving your organization away from ineffective and outdated cybersecurity strategies and policies, and into alignment with established best practices. ClearArmor has created a comprehensive solution that introduces efficiencies into your organization that will reduce its cybersecurity risk.

 

CSRP will also provide your organization with documented proof of the proactive steps leadership has undertaken, and continues to implement, to safeguard the organization’s valuable assets.

 

Questions leadership should be asking:

 

  • What CyberSecurity standard are we using?
  • Why do CyberSecurity breaches happen?
  • How are employees educated about CyberSecurity?
  • What is the breach response plan?
  • Why do 68% of IT projects fail?
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Boardroom & C-Suite

Most Boards and C-level executives have deferred responsibility for cybersecurity to their IT organizations, but this unnecessarily exposes themselves to serious damage to their financial well-being, as well as to their customers, investors and even their own employees.

IT Organization

The unique ClearArmor CyberSecurity Process is based upon a defined, structured, and complete approach to Network Security. The key to the process is the real-time automated bot-driven collection and analysis of network and endpoint data.

Legal

From contractual obligations to maintain the confidentiality of certain information to legislative and regulatory requirements for how data is stored, when and how to notify affected parties in the event of a breach, and the like, your organization’s approach to cybersecurity directly impacts its legal and business risks.

Risk, Audit & Compliance

Cybersecurity threats are a significant enterprise risk and should be governed with the same rigor and discipline as other corporate risks. Effective governance depends upon robust and accurate metrics, which are often difficult to gather for cybersecurity.