Why Risk Based Security?

Why Risk Based Security?

The risk-based security model identifies the true risks to an organization’s most valuable assets and directs spending where it’s needed most, resulting in the right security.

Who would use RBS?

  • Cyber-risk insurance brokers & underwriters
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Risk Management Executives
  • Information Security & Risk Consultants
  • MGAs and Reinsurance Companies
  • Cyber-risk Lawyers
  • Regulators

Why use RBS?

  • RBSI empowers clients with the latest in data analysis and dashboard technologies.
  • Clients are able to gather and analyze security information on businesses, industries and geographies.
  • Database analysis can advise clients regarding most probable risks and guide risk mitigation actions.
  • Access to an extensive, accurate and continually updated database enables clients to focus resources on protecting their most valuable assets.
  • RBSI clients can distinguish themselves by implementing a risk based security program that protects assets and fulfills compliance requirements.

What data does RBS aggregate?

  • RBS offers access to a comprehensive database of data breach details collected from public sources.
  • News Feeds
  • Security Blogs
  • Websites
  • Freedom of Information Act requests

How can RBS improve my risk assessments & security?

  • RBS automates the analysis of data breach details allowing rapid risk identification.
  • RBS maintains the industry’s largest vulnerability database, with over 199,000 vulnerabilities covering over 47,000 products
  • Risk identification by industry and threat vector allows for focused mitigation actions to reduce risk.
  • Real-time access to constantly updated data assures detailed information in a format that allows full analysis.
  • Proprietary dashboards instantly create graphical representations of target data for ready analysis.

What is our client’s pain point?

  • Increasing security threats, new regulations, constantly evolving IT technologies and limited resources.
  • Current market solutions focus on ‘security in a box’, the ‘silver bullet’ and one size fits all.
  • Current solutions don’t focus protection on the organization’s most valuable assets.
  • Data breaches and fraud schemes are on the rise, ‘well’ protected organizations are  exposed daily and the cost of a data breach is escalating.
  • Organizations need the information and a methodology to prioritize security spending based on risks.
  • “Don’t sell me the security tool you have, help me determine what I truly need and install that.”