CYBER DOESN’T DO DIGITAL RISK.
As companies become more interconnected and digitally-focused, Second Line of Defense functions—Risk Officers and Chief Information Security Offciers—must monitor and manage Digital Risk (including cyber exposures). Most First Line of Defense cybersecurity and information technology tools remain tactical and are challenged to provide a contextualized impact of Digital Risk.
Your business needs to answer:
- What is the next digital incident?
- How badly could it hurt the business?
- What should we do to avoid or reduce the impact?
CHANGE THE RISK CONVERSATION
Capture Risk Appetite
Digital Risk Management starts at the top. Our product captures your executive Digital Risk Appetite—what kinds of business impacts they are willing to risk (Reputation, Legal, Operational, Strategic, etc.) and how much.
Discover Risk Exposures
We collect telemetry from existing data sources within your enterprise—like security tools, operational feeds—and from external threat feeds. There is no additional deployment of sensors or reporting technology. Because we query only for metadata, sensitive information like user activity or net flow data never touches our system.
Our machine imagination learns from and deconstructs existing scenarios into new ones, things you weren’t even considering. Unlike consultants and spreadsheets, you’re able to see your entire risk universe at once.
Project Business Impact
Our swarming AI combines your network data and exposure scenarios to project the most-costly digital risks you are likely to suffer in the future. We project how much impact, in dollars-lost, your company could see due to a digital breach or other event.
The Instinct Engine helps you see around the corner at tomorrow’s incidents, to avoid or reduce their impact.
SEE AROUND THE CORNER
The Instinct Engine™ answers the question “should this make us nervous?” Our emergence and swarming AI helps Second Line managers ask questions about their data, imagines future incidents, and projects business impact.
Our patented algorithm contextualizes your data to answer the types of risk questions a human analyst might ask:
“What is our cyber risk exposure to a particular scenario?”
“How nervous should I be about successful phishing attacks in my organization?”
“Which business line is taking more risk than is acceptable?”
Imagining Future Incidents
The thing you did not consider can cause the most damage. You can’t keep an eye on all possibilities.
With machine learning and at machine speed, we turn the handful of key scenarios into thousands more. These “what if” scenarios are then compared to determine which could happen next given the conditions indicated by your data.
The Instinct Engine™ executes thousands of simulations to identify which top-line business risks could be impacted and projects how bad a loss might be.
Impact is isolated by the area of the business with risk potential that exceeds your digital risk appetite, so you can assign responsibility for action to those creating risk.