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      What Makes Measuring Cyber Ripples So Hard: Part 1

      A couple of months ago RiskRecon partnered with the data scientists at the

      EBA: Third-Party Risk Strategy

      In July 2019, UK authorities announced that Marriott Hotels would be fined $124 million under GDPR for a data breach of one of ...

      Multi-Party Incidents in the Headlines

      In May of 2019, the American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA) disclosed a breach of its systems that compromised the personal information of over 24 million ...

      From Ideas in the Basement to Successful Enterprise – It Takes Great People

      By: Kelly White, Founder and CEO, RiskRecon It is true. I invented ...

      Digital Transformation and the Risk of Costly Cyber Ripples

      Layered software integrations, open APIs, and mutually beneficial data sharing between different businesses are hallmarks of digital transformation today. These ...

      Securing Critical Infrastructure with the NIS Directive

      Every organization faces information security threats. While most organizations are concerned with preventing data breaches, critical infrastructure operators face ...

      Come See One of the Top Startups at RSAC 2020

      Are you heading to RSAC 2020? Why not come and meet with the #2 startup to see at RSAC as ranked by Crunchbase.

      What is Third-Party SecOps?

      Organizations like NIST and ISO have put together structures to build effective enterprise security programs. Why should third-party risk management be any ...

      RiskRecon Commits to Continued Innovation

      Third-party cyber risk needs are always evolving and RiskRecon is committed to providing industry-leading customer service, technological innovation, and now, ...

      EBA Guidelines on Outsourcing Arrangements - Summary of Requirements

      Outsourcing business functions, including IT and data services, can have many benefits, such as reduced costs, more efficiency and the ability to quickly scale; ...