Financially Quantify Cyber as a Business Risk

RQ bridges the gap between security leaders and the C-Suite, answering the question, "Where should I place my next cyber investment?" Quantify in dollars your security risk so you can prioritize your spend.


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How It Works

A step-by-step wizard guides you through input of business and technical data. Risk mitigation guidance and projected ROI computations are built in to RQ's Risk Engine. Plus, they automatically update as new information is ingested. RQ generates recommendations specific to your environment, and business loss exposure in real dollars.

Risk Engine

RQ helps you easily link technical assets and key business applications. Then RQ's risk engine automatically computes security risk in terms of dollars. The dashboard displays the cost of potential business losses such as:

  1. Revenue
  2. Business Interruption
  3. Loss of PII

Cyber Risk Register

RQ generates a risk register specific to each environment. This profile enables security leaders to communicate risk mitigation cost and ROI in actual dollars, based on real data from your environment. Components include:

  1. Business loss exposure (in dollars)
  2. Historic and current security posture
  3. Risk mitigation roadmap

Specific to Your Business

RQ aligns with what has until now been two separate channels of intelligence: the technical and business aspects of risk calculation, based on your specific environment. After all, a huge technical exposure with little business impact may not be worth investing dollars. RQ makes that clear.

Tehcnical Exposure Assessment
Includes inputs like culnerabilities and exploitabilities, threat intelligence and controls.

Business Application Model
Includes modeling key business applications and operations to generate business value, loss types, and risk appetite.

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