The World Economic Forum has released its annual Global Risks Report, which prominently addresses cyber risk. They’ve also released a Cyber Resilience Report, which comes in two parts: “a reference architecture for public-private collaboration, and cyber policy models.” The playbook, intended to be adaptable to any nation’s values and interests, takes up fourteen policy topics and analyzes them in terms of their impact on five areas: security, privacy, economic value, accountability, and fairness.
Lookout mobile security company develops the Mobile Risk Matrix for looking at the spectrum of mobile security risks for your enterprise and to help in developing a comprehensive strategy. I think this basic framework could be extended to other areas, besides mobile.
The author and RAND researchers recently wrote a paper detailing their findings on how cyber insurers understand and price risk.
This article has some very good insights regarding what board members say they want and what they are getting from CISOs. They still tend to be skeptical of risk presented as loss predictions in dollars. Storytelling still has an important role to play.