Trevor   Lyness

Trevor Lyness

Researcher Serving Security & Risk Professionals

Trevor is a researcher serving security and risk professionals. His research helps clients understand the potential business impacts of security breaches and risk events. This includes topics such as cyber risk quantification, cyberinsurance, cybersecurity risk ratings, and emerging risks related to data integrity.

Previous Work Experience

As a research associate on the security and risk team, Trevor supported analysts in their research and advisory efforts on a wide range of security and risk topics, including application security, security services, security program governance, and risk intelligence. Prior to Forrester, Trevor worked at a market research firm specializing in healthcare.

Education

Trevor earned a B.A. in financial economics from the University of Rochester, along with a certificate of mathematical modeling in political science and economics.

Trevor Lyness

Researcher Serving Security & Risk Professionals

Trevor is a researcher serving security and risk professionals. His research helps clients understand the potential business impacts of security breaches and risk events. This includes topics such as cyber risk quantification, cyberinsurance, cybersecurity risk ratings, and emerging risks related to data integrity.

Previous Work Experience

As a research associate on the security and risk team, Trevor supported analysts in their research and advisory efforts on a wide range of security and risk topics, including application security, security services, security program governance, and risk intelligence. Prior to Forrester, Trevor worked at a market research firm specializing in healthcare.

Education

Trevor earned a B.A. in financial economics from the University of Rochester, along with a certificate of mathematical modeling in political science and economics.

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  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    REPORT: Beware The Coming Data Integrity Crisis

    Data Tampering Will Threaten Your Digital Transformation

    September 25, 2018 Jeff Pollard, Joseph Blankenship, Trevor Lyness

    Insights-driven businesses are growing at eight times the rate of global GDP and will earn more than $1.8 trillion by 2021. As organizations rush to capitalize on the value of data, security leaders who have historically emphasized data confidentiality will face a new battle over data integrity, where malicious actors tamper with, corrupt, and manipulate the data on which insights-driven businesses depend. This report explains the new investments, capabilities, and roles that security leaders will need so they can give their business colleagues confidence to use and trust the data they collect.

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