Delivering a better understanding of security information to the business
In a world where the volume of threat intelligence for investigation can be massive, organisations remain at risk for longer than is desirable. Business Stakeholders need timely, actionable security information to quickly assess threats, mitigate the risk and limit the resulting impact.
Building on its GRC reports, Huntsman Security has created Role Based Reporting to address the need for business-focused risk reporting that provides meaningful information about the performance of security controls and their implications for multiple business stakeholders. The Role Based Reporting interface is unique in its business-oriented security and compliance reporting. It highlights the effect of a threat, not just the cause, and promptly and accurately advises the relevant stakeholders of the business implications so that remedial action can be taken.
Benefits of Role Based Reporting:
- Cyber risk information can be presented to business stakeholders in a familiar risk lexicon and in accordance with familiar risk management practices;
- The mapping of security intelligence to business implications can be clearly presented and aligned to operations and business systems and functions rather than simply the underlying infrastructure;
- An assessment that maps priority assets, their sensitivity and the risk to business processes ensures the relevant information is reliably delivered to the appropriate business recipient for fast remedial action;
- The interpretation of relevant security information and its business implications is clearly aligned to business operations and KPIs and presented to stakeholders.
Why use Huntsman® Role Based Reports
The solution delivers compliance and security information in the risk management paradigm that business understands and within which the wider business audience operates.
The Huntsman® IT security platform employs security analytics across a set of relevant data sources to deliver clear visualisation of cyber threats and the corresponding business risk that are important to managers and directors responsible for Information Governance.
As a result, business managers familiar with risk management solutions can translate relevant security threats into business-centric information to support business decision making for CFOs, COOs, CEOs and Directors.