A MAP starts with an analysis of seven key factors spanning your security program’s people, processes, and technology.
This helps you uncover the current state of your program, define the future state, and outline a plan with estimated costs and resources needed to achieve your desired security goals.
Uncover the friction points between key stakeholders across diverse teams, such as audit function vs. business innovation, or development vs. operations.
Prescribe automation processes to reduce the reliance on human intervention, enabling the elimination of bottlenecks and an increased focus on more meaningful challenges.
Measure your organization's capacity and ability to maximize capabilities relative to your unique risk profile.
Develop a holistic plan to optimize the speed of activities in relation to ROI of associated capabilities.
Discover the opportunity cost associated with your decisions, such as balancing quick wins vs. scalable solutions.
Determine the optimal testing process by looking at the mean time it takes to identify root cause across varying analysis and testing methods.
Increase confidentiality, integrity, and availability by understanding the impact of each security capability and its associated risk to achieving program goals.