PARTCIPATE IN THE 2018 REPORT

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?

We're primarily seeking input from CISOs and CIOs (as well as VPs and directors), legal teams, CFOs, CROs, and board members and executives. But we would also love to hear from cyber experts who have done related research and uncovered interesting findings.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2018 REPORT

 Participating in the research for the 2018 Report is simple. Complete the form above and one of the Report's lead researchers will be in touch with more information. The team will talk with you about the reporting techniques, strategies, metrics, and challenges that come into play during your board-level meetings on cyber risk. Research participants receive acknowledgement in the 2018 Report.

SPEAK AT THE 2018 SUMMIT

Another way to participate is by presenting at the Cyber Balance Sheet Summit in New York on May 23, 2018. Speaking opportunities include both individual sessions and panel discussions on set categories, including building trust with the board, metrics, and breach resiliency. You can learn more about speaking opportunities here.

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If these options don't work for you right now, but you still want to be a part of the discussion on cyber risk, you can request an invite to the 2018 Summit here.

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Research for the Cyber Balance Sheet Report is led by Wade Baker and Jay Jacobs of the Cyentia Institute. Cyentia creates compelling publications that help enterprises turn complex security data into confident strategic decisions.

The Cyber Balance Sheet Summit and Report are hosted and sponsored by Focal Point Data Risk, a new type of risk management firm addressing data risk through a unique combination of service offerings.

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