318% ROI and a Reduced Attack Surface: The Total Economic Impact of JupiterOne

JupiterOne commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying JupiterOne. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of JupiterOne on their organizations. 

 

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$1,988,719 reduction in security risk from diminished attack surface over three years.

That’s the power of cyber asset visibility.

Forrester independently interviewed JupiterOne customers to conduct this analysis. The results are for a composite organization based on these customers.

Investing in transformative security tech is a big decision, but understanding the potential impact of that tech can make the decision simpler.

That’s why we commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact study and enumerate exactly how impactful JupiterOne can be. The results point to three core challenges that can be addressed by implementing JupiterOne:

  • Inadequate coverage of cyber footprint. “Interviewees often lacked confidence in the accuracy of findings uncovered by their legacy discovery processes.”

 

  • Time-consuming, manual process for high-value SecOps resources. “With data mainly sequestered in spreadsheets and virtual machines, discovery processes for incident response, compliance, and certification required time-intensive yet often rote-activities to pull, clean, and present data.”

 

  • Ad hoc nature of response and reporting. “Critical processes lacked standardization in key areas, particularly related to data hygiene, risking myriad “ghost assets” lurking in the cloud, costing the organization money while adding to its risk profile.”

“With JupiterOne, we can focus on strategy to solve security problems. It enables us to transition to a more analytic position and focus on best practices, rather than on scripting and in spreadsheets.”

 

Director of Information Security — Martech industry