Threat Horizon Workshop
Are your leadership aware of key cyber threats to your business?
Research shows that organisations who engage senior audiences to identify, review and prioritise cyber threats are better able to protect themselves when attacks occur. This workshop-based engagement helps leadership teams to develop a shared awareness of the key cyber threats that may occur, their potential impact on the business’s ability to operate, and how to work together to protect the organisation’s key information assets.
Why work with ISF to run your Threat Horizon Workshop?
Our experts use the ISF Threat Radar, ISF Threat Horizon reports and other resources to challenge your organisation’s readiness to manage potential threat scenarios. Your personalised final report contains a customised, prioritised list of the key threats identified, as well as high-level recommendations to plan for and mitigate these threats.
Who will this help?
Board and C-suite | CISO and senior security team | Risk, audit and compliance teams | Security education, training and awareness practitioners | Line of business management.
Engaging the ISF for a Threat Horizon Workshop provides you with:
A series of short interviews conducted with business leaders to understand their organisational objectives, opportunities, constraints, critical business operations, and high‑level strategy.
A Threat Horizon Workshop with a cross‑section of business leaders to discuss, identify and prioritise potential cyber security threats to your organisation.
Analysis of the workshop findings, culminating in an objective, impartial report, as well a discussion on outcome and recommendations with the sponsors of the Threat Horizon engagement.
Want to find out more?
Get in touch to discuss how an ISF Threat Horizon Workshop can engage key stakeholders with tailored threat scenarios.
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ISF Annual Threat Update: Emerging threats for 2023
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