Let’s say you’re the kind of risk manager who diligently submits SOC reporting without fail. You complete regularly scheduled risk assessments on the dot. You’re doing everything you know to do. You’re on it.
But what if your methods for monitoring vendor and third-party risk—specifically cyber risk—are falling short? Would you even know?
Here’s the thing: no matter how healthy the rest of your business is, if you suffer a crippling data breach, it can take you down—really down— through a series of even more unfortunate events.
Regulatory fines as a result of control violations. Lawsuits because identities have been stolen. Irrevocable reputational damage. If you can’t keep my information safe, you can’t have my business.
Breaches happen for a number of reasons. Outdated solutions, Disjointed data sets. Relentless, evolving cyber threats. Unavoidable, digital dependencies.
Businesses have to be diligent, vigilant and, dare we say, ruthless when it comes to the cyber security health of those in their supply chains, both directly and indirectly.
So what if you could find those blind spots? What if you had more control over cyber risk?
We asked Alex Rich, Sr. Director of Alliances for SecurityScorecard, and Jason Rohlf, VP of Solutions for Onspring, to talk about how to get real cyber risk transparency for critical relationships and how to find breach threats that require attention ASAP.
Catch up on the highlights below or watch the full webinar.
What is SecurityScorecard and how does it work?
SecurityScorecard is the leading provider of cyber risk ratings. They measure the cyber security posture and resilience of an organization with a two-fold approach:
- Identify all public-facing digital assets that belong to an organization’s top-level domain to discover its digital footprint.
- Monitor & grade the signals coming in against leading cybersecurity frameworks.
And this attribution & collection process is running 24/7.
How are they able to do that? Take a look.