Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) can help you to translate your organization cyber security postures into numbers, The session will cover how to create your organization cyber security Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) alongside with your security operations center (SOC) key risk indicators.
General Speaking: KRIs, or key risk indicators, are defined as measurements, or metrics, used by an organization to manage current and potential exposure to various operational, financial, reputational, compliance, and strategic risks.
Ahmed Anas is a Corporate Information Security Manager at EFG Hermes Holding
Ahmed Anas is a cyber-security professional who built and led teams of cyber security experts towards delivering mega projects in the MENA region with impressive results, with extensive experience in designing and implementing security infrastructure and applications. Ahmed has been engaged in many penetration testing and red teaming projects. His areas of experience also include risk assessment and GRC, incident handling and response, SOC implementation and forensics investigation. Ahmed earned his master’s degree in Computer Science from Cairo University with a thesis in the field of cyber security, the candidate is a SANS GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester, EC|CEH certified and IBM Certified Specialist – Rational AppScan Security Edition.
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