Considering RiskLens? We offer custom pilots as proof-of-value (PoV) engagements

Considering RiskLens?  We offer custom pilots as proof-of-value (PoV) engagements

RiskLens-Proof-of-Value-PoV-CommitmentsLike other CISOs, CROs, and CFOs, you feel pressure to squeeze the full value out of your cybersecurity budget and even cut costs you can’t justify to get a return on investment. You’ve heard about the FAIR™ standard for quantifying cyber risk in financial terms and the RiskLens enterprise platform for analyzing and managing FAIR-based cyber risk.

Now you want to know what quantitative cyber risk management could do for you, and whether your organization could accept and manage it, before moving forward. We’re ready for you with options for Proof-of-Value (PoV) engagements and pilots to meet your needs at any level.

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Before selecting a pilot or proof-of-value engagement (sometimes called a proof of concept), we’ve found it’s critical to step back and ask yourself a few questions:

  • What are the goals of your cyber risk management program?

  • What strategic digital growth initiatives do you support?

  • What types of investment prioritization or justification decisions should you support?

  • What does this PoV need to accomplish?

  • Whose involvement do you need to change the way you make decisions in your company?

  • How does your company usually evaluate projects like this?

  • What needs are driving the timing of this project?

Once we answer these questions and frame the goals and decision criteria, we can effectively decide on a PoV engagement. Throughout any engagement, RiskLens works closely with you to ensure the project is on track to address your unique risk management needs.

Joe Vinck is Strategic Account Executive at RiskLens

Options for proofs of value (PoV) Board or pilot commitments

Each RiskLens PoV entry is customized for the client, but they fall into two general categories:


For you, yes…

You want to see a demonstration of the capabilities of the RiskLens platform applied to your situation, but you don’t expect actionable risk analysis.

What is…

A 2-4 hour session with RiskLens risk consultants (free of charge), covering a risk topic of great interest to you. No prior FAIR training is required.

What you will get…

Bring us a business issue or security concern (such as a cloud migration or ransomware threat) and we’ll show you how we break down and analyze risk scenarios based on a limited set of your data, so you can get a good look at the requirements. input and uses of FAIR analysis in the RiskLens platform.

4 day pilot

For you, yes…

You want your risk managers to participate in quantitative risk analysis and management under the supervision of RiskLens experts.

What is…

Four days of intensive work together to practice the key steps involved in quantitative risk management, including quickly identifying and assessing top risks, evaluating the effectiveness of a risk mitigation initiative, conducting a cost analysis -Profit and reporting on results. (Usually at least one staff member has previously received FAIR training.)

What you will get…

Sufficient exposure to our platform and processes for your risk management team to make a well-informed decision about moving forward, and a highly relevant, actionable risk report that you can distribute to executive decision makers as an example of how risk management quantitative risk analysis with RiskLens provides unprecedented visibility into cyber risk and enables cost-effective decision making

Let’s discuss how RiskLens can demonstrate value to your organization. contact us now.

*** This is a syndicated Security Bloggers Network blog from RiskLens Resources written by Joe Vinck. Read the original post at:

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