Cybersecurity risk management is not too complex to articulate and address with specific, actionable measures. Adversarial Risk Management begins by helping firms establish risk management terms and a centralized, tool-agnostic risk register governed by a Risk Assessment Management Procedure (RAMP). In addition to providing a vital artifact to respond to third-party risk management inquiries, regulatory examination, and governance oversight, the RAMP and risk register ensure that findings from a wide and frequently-changing array of tools and processes follow a consistent scoring prioritization and remediation process.
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