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How to Create Cybersecurity Reports That Reach the Board of Directors

Cybersecurity is a complex task that requires efficient communication between all stakeholders across the entire organization. Security leaders must be able give clear information on their progress, without getting bogged-down in technical details. Yet many cybersecurity reports are too technical detailed, lengthy, and difficult to understand for the average person which prevents security teams from engaging in transparent communication regarding risk and security measures that are crucial to avoid incidents and keeping the organization safe.

When creating a cyber security report, it’s important to remember that the principal audience isn’t the IT team and the board of directors. To make the report more appealing to the board, it should be focused on business risks rather than technology.

For instance, if a report indicates that the outdated web server software accounts for the majority of an organization’s security risks, the report should present the information in a manner that highlights the negative impact on the business and its bottom line. It’s also crucial to ensure that information about security risks is accessible to a non-technical audience especially since regulatory compliance and framework alignment are becoming a significant issue for many boards.

Fortunately, UpGuard offers a library of templates for reports which are optimized to meet the primary reporting expectations of the board and the senior management. These templates aggregate security performance insight commonly requested by the board, including vendor summary reports that highlight key metrics like vulnerability management performance, third-party attack susceptibility, and critical risk distribution and are crucial in establishing an effective risk assessment and mitigation system. These reports can be produced in a matter of minutes and exported as PowerPoint slides, which eases the stress of preparing for board meetings.