Securenomics is the answer

What was the question?

Is real security a business enabler?


The First Fundamental of Securenomics

Organizations that align their security goals with their business goals position themselves for sustainable growth.

C-Suite thinking is evolving

61% of senior leadership surveyed believe security can support business goals. 

Security and the C-Suite: Making Security Priorities Business Priorities Ponemon Institute surveyed 1,426 cybersecurity professionals in the United States, EMEA and Asia-Pacific.

The Second Fundamental of Securenomics

Real security programs lead to operational cost reductions.

Security as value-add: 

An example

Real cybersecurity can reduce the time IT resources spend on administrative tasks versus value-added tasks. 

The Third Fundamental of Securenomics

Organizations that protect their customers and employees also protect their shareholders.

Doing the responsible thing is good for business

Researchers have found that responsibility was significantly and positively correlated with financial performance.* 

Betterness: Economics for Humans Harvard Business Review Press

The question every CEO and their Board should be asking

“What's the cost of a cyber attack on our physical assets, and what solutions do we have in place to address these threats and reduce future risks?”

Security headwinds


Why invest in security, we’ve never had a breach?” Let’s let ex-FBI Director James Comey answer that; “There are two kinds of big companies in the United States: those who’ve been hacked, and those who don’t know they’ve been hacked.”


A recent study from Ponemon Institute* revealed that less than half of enterprise security professionals believe the C-suite has confidence that their cybersecurity leader understands the business’ goals.

*Security and the C-Suite: Making Security Priorities Business Priorities Ponemon Institute surveyed 1,426 cybersecurity professionals in the Unite States, EMEA and Asia-Pacific.


IBM reports the average cost of a data breach in 2022 was $4.35 million. Up 13% since 2020. Making the risk and cost of a potential breach real to C-Suite executives is challenging. No one wants to be the bearer of bad news.


Demonstrating the ROI of security is notoriously difficult, but critical. Deciding which ROI metrics are most important and understanding how to measure and communicate those metrics to the C-Suite is everything.

Sussman Securenomics

The Securenomics of Real KYC Due Diligence

Bribery and corruption disempower people and destroy economic growth and opportunity. Why do M&A transactions often fail to cross the finish line? Absence of KYC due diligence. The faster deals get approved based on real due diligence, the faster companies can move into the integration process, and the more likely it is that they will meet their acquisition objectives.

The Securenomics of Real Cybersecurity

Cyberthreats impact a company’s ability to function and imperil customer loyalty and privacy. The ROI of real cybersecurity is real. Organizations can avoid fines and lawsuits of up to millions of dollars in the event of a security breach.

The Securenomics of Real Infrastructure security

Infrastructure attacks disturb workforces, markets and more. Real infrastructure security assesses the security of all connection points critical to your business. Are your supply chain routes safe? Which global hubs are safest for getting your product to market? We find solutions where others can’t. Sometimes our solutions are common sense informed by the uncommon experience of our experts.

The Securenomics of Real Physical security

Attacking or crippling access to public spaces, manufacturing facilities or corporate headquarters disrupts multiple local economies. Real physical security looks at your systems, procedures and protocols with eyes that question, uncover and envisage. Don’t be alarmed if you find us taking the stairs armed with ladders and flashlights. Because bad actors will.

What do you think?

The idea of corporate security as a business builder has been debated for years. The debate is coming to an end. We believe security is poised to become a profit center to generate new revenue. 

Just look at your world. 

Do Pass or Fail sanitation scores affect where you choose to dine? Do you think about the safety of the malls your family frequents? 

We are becoming a culture of verifiers where our safety is concerned.

Let’s continue this conversation, focusing on your organization