How CYE Calculates Cost of Breach
Quantifying potential monetary loss resulting from a data breach can help security leaders make informed decisions about cybersecurity. However, determining these figures can be tricky—and the calculation may not reflect the whole story.
This technical paper provides an overview of how CYE calculates cost of breach while considering factors such as business continuity, productivity loss, and intellectual property.
- Why traditional breach impact modeling used by insurers is not enough
- Why calculating likelihood of breach is key to truly assessing risk
- CYE’s canonical formula for revenue and productivity losses
- Case studies of cost of breach calculation for technology, healthcare, and financial companies
Download the technical paper for a deep dive into how CYE determines an organization’s potential cost of breach.