SSIC Advances Cyber Risk Analytics with New Release

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X-Analytics 2.0 Harmonizes Cyber Risk Financial Exposure Analysis with Cybersecurity Effectiveness to Support Executive Decision Making

ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 15, 2018– Secure Systems Innovation Corporation (SSIC), a cyber risk analytics firm that empowers strategic decision making, is today announcing the upcoming release of X-Analytics® 2.0, its patented cyber risk analytics model.

The new release includes several additions to deliver unmatched cyber risk analytics to customers:
Interactive data visualization: The new release now leverages Tableau, the market-leading technology to create compelling, impactful data visualization stories, transforming complicated cyber risk financial analysis into effective executive and board-level outputs.

Cybersecurity ROI analysis: The new release now illustrates the results from pre-built “what-if” cyber risk simulations and processes custom-built simulations to better understand ROI and effectiveness of cybersecurity investments. Complete cyber peril analysis: The new release now quantifies cyber risk exposure with “built-in” analytics across all cyber peril categories—data breach, service interruption, ransomware and extortion, misappropriation of intellectual property, and cyber-physical events—enabling objective risk decision making. “X-Analytics 2.0 enables our enterprise clients to benefit from the only complete cyber risk analytics model currently used to underwrite billions of worldwide cyber exposure,” said John Frazzini, president and CEO of SSIC. “With the unprecedented ability to interconnect objective financial analysis with enterprise cybersecurity risk, enterprises can demystify cyber risk and manage it like any other risk by balancing risk acceptance, mitigation, and transfer strategies.”

X-Analytics 2.0 will be available Sept. 15, 2018 and can be purchased as a license or via an annual cyber risk advisory service subscription. To learn how other organizations have used X-Analytics to measure cyber risk exposure, inform cyber insurance underwriting and quantify silent cyber risk, and perform return on investment on cybersecurity initiatives, visit here.

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