Risk management is an ongoing process of analysis, evaluation and action. Once a level of risk tolerance is determined, organizations can prioritize their cybersecurity activities, enabling them to make informed decisions.
The implementation of risk management programs offers organizations the ability to quantify and communicate adjustments to their cybersecurity programs. Organizations can then choose to manage risk in a variety of ways, including mitigation, transfer, avoidance, or acceptance, depending on the potential impact on their industry.
Our dedicated NIST cockpit can interest all types of organizations (commercial enterprises, NGOs, administrations …), all types of activities (finance and banking, manufacturing, services,…) and many functions.
The risk manager and the information systems security managers (CISO) are likely to want to visualize and optimize their risk management system.
The NIST cockpit describes cybersecurity activities that are of concern to all organizations. It allows them to assess the state of their cybersecurity, define their objectives in this area, identify and prioritize opportunities for improvement in action plans, assess progress, as well as communicate with internal stakeholders, such as a Risk Manager or a Chief Risk Officer by sharing elements with them.
Combined with our different cockpits dedicated to e-governance, the Nist cockpit makes it possible to constantly monitor and optimize the measures taken in cyber management.