Most businesses protect their entire enterprise with one set of security controls, treating all assets with equal importance. This reduces ROI and, quite often, leaves Key Information Assets (KIAs) under-protected.
A more effective approach is to use a Business Impact Assessment (BIA) to identify KIAs so you can quantify their contribution to revenue/profit and prioritize their defense. The BIA also identifies your technology base, web presence, and other factors that define your Digital Profile and attracts cyber criminals.
By quantifying the value of KIAs and identifying features that attract cyber criminals, you’ll have the basis for building a resilient enterprise that can survive the Digital Frontier.