Goal Management: the CISO’s Dilemma

Published On: December 17, 2015

Just like any part of an organization, it is important for a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to lay out goals that you would like your information security team to accomplish. Depending on how in depth the goal may be, it can be tracked weekly, monthly, quarterly or even annually. What good are goals, however, if you’re not able to easily track them? By partnering with the expertise of TrustMAPP, your company can accurately and efficiently assess and manage the progress of your cyber security goals through our security enhancing dashboard.

The TrustMAPP Focus on Goal Management

Prioritization is very important when it comes to goal management. Which goals around cyber security are more important than others? TrustMAPP’s advanced analytic focus allows you to rank your goals and easily track them in one spot. Recently, TrustMAPP has implemented new reporting features for our customers, so that your cyber security team will be able to easily manage and quickly perform goal comparisons across the business. Information Security continues to be more and more important because of the advancement in technology and pressure to protect yourself from any potential cyber security breaches. Need to make adjustments to the ranking of your goals? Not a problem as these rankings can be updated real time in case your cyber security threats change paths throughout the year.

Direct Impact on Communication

Another great way that our new reporting features can help you as a CISO is with communication. It can be difficult trying to verbally explain the cyber security threats to board members within your organization. Take advantage of the easy to understand reporting tools that TrustMAPP provides our customers. You can easily illustrate areas where improvement has occurred and pinpoint specific areas that may need more focus than others. Those presentations during board meetings that you have always dreaded can be made easy thanks to TrustMAPP and these new features that help you better manage and communicate goals and findings with the decision makers of your firm.

Say goodbye to the days where you were not able to easily track the cyber security goals within your organization. Team up with TrustMAPP today and utilize our enhanced reporting and management tools to help you stay on top of your goals and easily communicate those with the rest of your firm. Give us a call today at (952) 544-0234 to learn more about TrustMAPP and how our cyber security platform can help you as a CISO.

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