Communication

How does your team enable cross-functional security conversations?

What strategies are you using to get your organization talking more about security?

Businesses are paying closer attention to security issues, and there is increased media coverage of security-related events and losses. However, some security teams still operate in isolation and struggle to work effectively with other functions to manage, mitigate and respond to risks.

There are several tactics that teams can employ to work and communicate better cross-functionally.

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How successful is your organization at having data-driven security conversations?

Security management questions may seem straightforward, but quickly and accurately responding to them often involves a lot of behind-the-scenes manual data gathering, processing and analyzing.

Organizations are dealing with more security data than ever before, which can easily overwhelm these manual processes and make it even harder to use data to drive security risk management decisions. A more streamlined approach using cloud-based management platforms would actually enable your organization to make the most of the growing amount of data, perform quicker analyses and provide a more immediate and accurate overview.

What’s holding your organization back from taking a more data-driven approach to its security risk management?


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