Decreasing Risk Through Enterprise Compliance

The Role Of Cyber Security In Regulated And Under-Regulated Markets

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Decreasing Risk Through Compliance

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A myriad of industry regulations and government legislation have introduced complexity to C-suite decision-making. Many of these executives will not know where to start nor are they aware of new and evolving risks (and if they apply to their organization).

As a result, business leaders are not clear about cyber security investment areas – both financially and using limited personnel. The opportunity for the CISO exists to lead the organization in aligning security programs with business objectives.

Compliance is often viewed as a reaction for organizations. The auditing of compliance becomes the event that is anticipated with resources and preparation aligned to culminate in the audit itself. A famous approach used in product development is that launch is a process, not an event.

The spirit of that message is important for security leaders to consider in building a sustainable business case for compliance. Compliance should be viewed as a continuous, organizational process.

Cyber Security Hub developed a market report to bring clarity to cyber security investment opportunities. Access this report to also learn about:

  • Compliance and the role of enterprise cyber security
  • Regulatory compliance frameworks
  • Understanding the needs of industry sectors
  • How to consider compliance as a competitive business advantage
  • Identify value in third-party compliance relationships
  • Best practices for security involvement in compliance programs from enterprise CISOs

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