NIST – Risk Management
Risk management is a continuous process of analysis, evaluation and action. This cockpit allows you to prioritize your cybersecurity activities. Once you have determined your risk tolerance level, you can make informed decisions.
A cyber risk management program
Implementing risk management programs gives you the ability to quantify and communicate adjustments to your cybersecurity programs.
Depending on the potential impact on your business, you can then choose to manage the risk in different ways by mitigating, transferring, avoiding or accepting it.
has become a global issue
Cyber risk is a global problem that companies can find particularly difficult to monitor. It is often seen as a purely “technical” problem, with many acronyms and technical terms reserved for specialists.
Our cockpit allows you to break down silos by involving the board of directors. Indeed, the evolution of cyber risk in the organization now engages the responsibility of the executive in its management and treatment and this responsibility is accentuated by regulations.
Using the NIST cockpit
to improve its cyber governance
The NIST Cockpit describes the cybersecurity activities that all organizations or businesses that are sensitive to the topic care about. It gives you the opportunity to :
- Assess the state of your cybersecurity
- Define your goals in this area,
- Identify and prioritize improvement opportunities into action plans
- Evaluate progress,
- Communicate with internal stakeholders (Risk Manager, Chief Risk Officer) by sharing information with them
Combined with our various cockpits dedicated to cyber governance and business continuity management, the NIST cockpit will allow you to constantly monitor and optimize the measures taken to manage cyber risks.