Sixth Deadly Sin: Trusting, but not verifying

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 30, 2018 3:43:03 PM

 

We’re running a blog post series on the “Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management,” here’s the sixth deadly sin, which is trusting but not verifying.

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Topics: Vendor Security, Security Ratings, Vendor Risk Management

Fifth Deadly Sin: Not knowing your vendors

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 24, 2018 4:13:07 PM

 

We’re running a blog post series on the “Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management;” here’s the fifth deadly sin, which is not knowing your vendors.

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Topics: Vendor Security, Security Ratings, Vendor Risk Management

Fourth Deadly Sin: Failure to address information security in third-party contracts

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 22, 2018 7:00:00 AM

 

We’re running a blog post series on the “Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management;” here’s the fourth deadly sin, which is the failure to address information security in third-party contracts.

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Topics: Security Ratings, Vendor Security, Vendor Risk Management

Third Deadly Sin: Not measuring and reporting risk and risk outcomes

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 18, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

We’re running a blog post series on the “Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management;” here’s the third deadly sin, which is not measuring and reporting risk and risk outcomes.

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Topics: Third Party Risk, Vendor Security, Vendor Risk Management

Second Deadly Sin: Failing to make third-party risk management about business risk management

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 16, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

We’re running a blog post series on the “Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management;” here’s the second deadly sin, which is failing to make third-party risk management about business risk management.

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Topics: 3rd party risk management, risk exposures, Vendor Risk Management

RiskRecon Announces the Invention of Ground-Breaking Asset Risk Valuation Algorithms, Transforming How Enterprises Manage Third-Party Cyber Risk

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 15, 2018 8:01:00 AM

 

Today RiskRecon announced its ground-breaking asset valuation algorithms that automatically determine the inherent risk value of any Internet-facing system. These new algorithms solve the cyber risk equation by automatically determining the risk value of computer systems, enabling precise cyber risk assessment and action

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Topics: Security Ratings, Vendor Risk Management, Continuous Monitoring

Blog Post Series: The Seven Deadly Sins of Third-Party Cyber Risk Management

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 12, 2018 10:09:00 AM

 

The ‘seven deadly sins’ are a classification scheme established by the Roman Catholic church in the 15th century. It is these seven sins from which they believe all immorality is rooted — pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath, and sloth. Similar to the religious seven deadly sins, we have enumerated the seven deadly sins of third-party cyber risk management. It is from these sins that programs fail to lift off the ground, die a slow death, or limit the value they provide to the organization. Let’s take a look.

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New Enhancements to RiskRecon Portfolio Dashboard

Posted by RiskRecon on Oct 10, 2018 5:07:25 PM

 

RiskRecon has rolled out an update of the portfolio dashboard page to customers, which provides enhanced insights into their RiskRecon portfolios, built with active information widgets that facilitate viewing additional information and easy linking to vendor security profiles. The dashboard continues to be filterable based on customers’ portfolio organization.

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Topics: Vendor Risk Management, 3rd party risk management