The best outcome of a well-executed cyber security strategy should be that a company does not experience any changes or interruptions to its operations or systems in the event of an external threat
While this is undoubtedly a positive result, being a silent, unsung hero can become a major obstacle when it comes to proving ROI. In the absence of visible results to share, you may find yourself answering questions from business leaders about the real value of cybersecurity.
While avoiding the damage caused by cyberattacks should be seen as the sole justification for investing in cybersecurity, an invisible outcome risks putting that investment into the limelight and questioning its validity.
So how can you best demonstrate the tangible ROI of your cybersecurity investments when investing in cybersecurity that encompasses technology, people and processes?
Define your strategy
First and foremost, make sure that you have defined and multi-level security …