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With cyber risk increasing globally, organizations are recognizing the need to protect themselves against this enterprise risk. Chief Information Security Officers are adopting the use of cyber risk quantification (CRQ) in order to properly align cyber strategy and investment and overall business objectives against potential cyber risk.

Mastercard’s cyber risk quantification capability, Cyber Quant, enables organizations to identify and quantify their cyber security risk in order to prioritize action and safeguard themselves from potential breaches and attacks, lending to organizational cyber resilience.

“Forrester’s 2022 data shows that 74% of global security leaders reported experiencing at least one cyberbreach in the past 12 months, compared to 63% of 2021 respondents.”

Mastercard has been named in Forrester’s recent landscape report, “The Cyber Risk Quantification Landscape, Q4 2022”, which breaks down cyber risk quantification solutions offered by notable vendors.

In this report, Forrester delves into: 

  • Top CRQ use cases
  • CRQ functionality by use case
  • Where the CRQ market is heading

Read the full Forrester report to learn more about the value cyber risk quantification can provide your business in assessing and prioritizing your cyber risk strategy.

Download the report

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