Building a Security Measures and Metrics Program, Parts 1-7
Created by George Campbell, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Metrics provide invaluable insight on program effectiveness, the means to influence business strategy and policy, and the ability to demonstrate the value of security services to business leaders. Presenter George Campbell, former chief security officer at Fidelity and SEC emeritus faculty, outlines the basic elements of metrics program development and provides examples to demonstrate potential value.
Part 1: What good are metrics
Part 2: Metrics for Business Engagement
Part 3: Who is the audience and where is the data?
Part 4: Risk metrics examples
Part 5: Risk metrics examples continued
Part 6: Focus on business benefits
Part 7: Program reporting and data integrity
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