[Podcast] Risk, Measured: Components of Cyber Risk

July 1, 2020 Dan Mellinger

The first episode in a Security Science mini-series called Risk, Measured – Kenna’s Chief Data Scientist, Michael Roytman discusses the theory and components used to measure risk.  

Touching on the definitions, current and future data sources, responsibilities of security teams, characteristics of bad models, and much more, this is a definite must listen for anyone interested in measuring cyber risk.

Resources mentioned in the podcast

Sputnik Roasters

Society of Information Risk Analysts

2020 Data Breach Investigations Report

The Cyentia Institute: IRIS Study

If you have any feedback or want to be a guest on the podcast? DM me via Twitter @DTMellinger 

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