Security Program Dashboarding

Generate an Initial Security Program Dashboard Here we discuss the development of your initial security program dashboard. Your dashboard should help you make informed decisions within your environment. Tips to Build a Security Program Dashboard Tip #1: Your primary objective with this dashboard is to do one or both items below: Have management or stakeholders...

Security Program | Follow these Tips and Generate Initial Security Program Project Portfolio

Generate Initial Security Program Project Portfolio Understand he development of your initial security project portfolio. This portfolio should be used to fuel your remediation plan and efforts. Security Program Project Portfolio Tips:  Tip #1: The most important aspect of this step is to ensure that you can tell the exact set of reasons or findings...

Security Program | Centralize Existing Findings Reports in your Security Program

Centralize Existing Findings Reports in your Environment In most organizations, security has been around long enough that there is a litany of previously performed security assessments. Though these previous assessments will have varying scopes, quality, or primary areas of focus, and perhaps maybe even been remediated, they are much more meaningful when aggregated and organized...

Establish the Definition of a Security Program

What is a Security Program and Quick Tips to Improve it? The purpose of this video is designed to give viewers actionable steps they can take to improve progress in their Security Program development efforts. It’s designed for people that may be stuck with little progress, or are making progress but simply want to see...

Security Program | Need to Assess the Health of your Security Program?

Complete Security Program Health Assessments This element aids in understanding the current functional state of your security program. This information will be important in determining the decision and execution capability score for your program later on. Security Program Health Assessment Tips Tip #1: Remember, the end goal is not to generate a ton of findings...