In this eBook you’ll learn how to successfully complete these tasks with and without compliance software. This way, you can decide which path to compliance makes the most sense for you and your business.
Recent trends indicate that it’s no longer enough to only address cybersecurity internally. Cybercriminals are rapidly advancing their tactics by targeting an organization’s third parties, vendors and suppliers – and it’s working.
In our 27-criterion evaluation of third-party risk management (TPRM) platform providers, we identified the 12 most significant ones — Aravo, Archer, Coupa, Diligent, LogicGate, LogicManager, MetricStream, NAVEX, OneTrust, Prevalent, ProcessUnity, and ServiceNow — and researched, analyzed, and scored them.
In BitSight discovered six severe vulnerabilities in the MiCODUS MV720 GPS tracker, a popular automotive tracking device designed for vehicle fleet management and theft protection for consumers and organizations.
As businesses settle into the “new normal” of a riskier security environment, they need a more strategic approach to managing these risks, beyond just “check the box” compliance. Here are five best practices for achieving this goal.
In today’s ever-evolving security landscape, cyber risk is constantly increasing — making it critical for you to be able to effectively analyze your organization’s security performance over time. In a 2020 survey conducted by Harvard Business Review
Analytic Services, 74% of 168 executives named cyber risk as one of the top three risks their company faces today.