Businesses everywhere don’t know how to answer the most important question, are my critical assets protected?
When reporting risks as a CISO, you must wrestle with the question of explaining technical problems to a largely non-technical audience. When one is extremely well-versed in a subject, it’s not always easy to know where to begin when conveying information to people with less grounding. It’s important to make sure that problems, solutions, value propositions etc. are all clearly and concisely articulated in business language. It also helps to have clear and quantifiable metrics to lean on. These metrics will ultimately impact key decisions on budget, resources, and affect the overall security posture of the organization.
XM Cyber allows boards to quickly grasp how their organization can be attacked, how improvements are occurring over time because of security investment, change in processes or implementation of environment hardening, and most importantly how much risk exists for critical assets.
Key Security Questions XM Cyber Answers
What percentage of my critical assets are at risk at any given time?
What are the risks?
What do we need to remediate first to significantly impact our risk level?
Do we have sufficient resources to handle the risks?
How are we improving over time?
Key Product Features
See your security score in real time
Contextualize risky scenarios to business critical assets
Risk trend for impactful reporting
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Research Report: 2023 State of Exposure Management
Don’t miss out on exclusive research that explores the challenges organizations face in managing security exposures and provides insights on how to overcome them….
Gartner® Report – Top Trends in Cybersecurity 2023
Gartner just released their report with a pick of trends most likely to have the greatest impact on 2023’s cybersecurity landscape.
Establishing a Modern Exposure Management Program
This session provides a comprehensive overview of the evolution of vulnerability management and explains why critical vulnerabilities do not necessarily equal risk. By watching…
2022’s Most Potent Attack Paths
Attackers don’t think like you do. They’re looking for ways to bypass your security controls and take advantage of various exposures that exist in…
IBM -Cyber Exposure Management Guide
IBM, in conjunction with XM Cyber created their new guide, Cyber Exposure Management: You Can’t Protect What You Don’t Know. It’s jam packed with…
Buyers Guide: Risk Exposure Reduction and Vulnerability Prioritization
2023 is almost here and security teams are focused on locking-in the funds needed to keep their orgs secured in the coming year. But…
Understanding ‘Lone Wolf’ Attacks Dissecting and Modeling 2022’s Most Powerful Cyber Attacks
The second half of 2022 saw a dramatic increase in ‘lone wolf’ attacks and can be coined one of the most common enterprise attack…
A CISO’s Guide to Reporting Cyber Risk to the Board
In the eBook you’ll learn the four key challenges CISOs face when reporting to the board:
Increasing Cyber-risk is Driving the Need for Exposure Management
Cyber-risk leads directly to cyber-attacks. Rather than monitor and measure cyber-risk through siloed/fragmented data or layering on more disconnected defenses, organizations should build their…
The Necessity of Attack Path Management for the Hybrid Cloud
Published in collaboration with the UK Chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance, this whitepaper explores the necessity of attack path management for today’s hybrid…
Case Study: Hamburg Port Authority
When one of Europe’s largest seaports needed help securing its vast IT infrastructure “Because it offers continuous, automated protection, security issues that would normally…
‘Total Economic Impact’ Study Concludes That XM Cyber Delivered 394% Return On Investment
Attack Path Management Significantly Reduces Risk of Fines and Remediation Expenditures, Reduces Pen Testing and Labor Costs