Cybersecurity is not just a technology problem – the solution requires involvement from a wide variety of people within an organization of which most of whom are not experts in information technology nor security operations. Attackers commonly target these non-technical users because they are viewed as less likely to recognize a threat and are therefore more likely to allow a bad actor into the system.
The goal of cybersecurity risk management, then, is not to maximize the technology investment. Instead, the goal is to maximize workforce investment by creating environments where a wide variety of stakeholders are aware of the security concerns and are capable of acting to stop a threat.
Cybernance was designed with this variety of stakeholders and users in mind. Each of these users has a different role within the organization and performs their duties at a different level in the management hierarchy. The goal of Cybernance is to create an environment where these varied users can gain a common understanding of their role and investment in cybersecurity risk management.