Nothing is changing faster or more continually than the cyber security environment. The evolution of threats, the changing technology landscape, and shifting priorities and strategies mean that your security program needs to change quickly too - without losing its beat. This is why change is difficult. It requires the simultaneous coordination of people, process and technology. It means people having to do some things differently, while keeping their eyes on the things that remain unchanged. It's like rebuilding the plane while it is flying.
CGS™ turns the need for change into a journey of incremental improvements designed at the top and cascaded rapidly throughout the organization. No big bang. Just simple engagement communicated through role-based cockpits that communicate the change and make the case obvious to everyone. To embed change, CGS™ puts the tools and information in the hands of the right people to make it happen. It is not a one-size-fits-all approach. The CGS™ methodology recognizes that every organization has some priorities that are higher than others, and legitimate exceptions to every rule. By creating awareness of the requirements at every level, and configuring targets and objectives to what is reasonable, we enable change to be embraced while continually monitoring to ensure it is also being executed.
Only 16 percent of respondents say their organizations have a very high level of agility and 25 percent say it is very low.
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