Strong metrics can communicate security’s value, results, and return on investment in a language all other functions can embrace and understand. Chances are, security already has the data needed to create such metrics. But how to connect the dots in a way that effectively sends a meaningful message?
This book is a guide for creating a security metrics program that meets the needs of your function and organization. Along with detailed chapters on why and how to measure, how to present findings and how to structure a metrics model, it includes 375 examples of security metrics, organized into 13 categories of security services. It has been called "the foundational text for security metrics."
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