MANAGING CYBERSECURITY RESOURCES:
A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS
Gordon, L.A. and M. P. Loeb, Managing Cybersecurity Resources: A Cost-Benefit Analysis (McGraw-Hill, Inc.), 2006.
This book provides a guide for managers dealing with the economic and financial aspects of information security. It is intended to be a valuable resource for information security managers and other IT personnel seeking to attain additional organizational recourses for information security. Topics covered include a general economic cost-benefit framework for managing cybersecurity resources and risk, assessing the actual costs of cybersecurity breaches, preparing a business case for securing information security funding, the uses of security audits, and the role of cybersecurity in national security. In addition to its use to information security managers, this book should also prove valuable to instructors and students in university courses covering financial and economic aspects of information security.