Cyber Risk Intelligence

The impact of cyber threats on organizations continues to evolve as the number of cyberattacks increases. Security teams need to understand not only where this risk resides within their own networks and systems, but also must consider the impact of third-party cyber risk. Cyber Risk Intelligence can help.

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Minimizing Attack Surfaces In and Outside Your
Organization

When it comes to cyber risk, one of the most important steps an organization can take is to minimize its attack surface. An attack surface is simply the number and variety of potential entry points an attacker could use to access a system or network. The more entry points there are, the easier it is for an attacker to find a way in. Third Party relationships can account for a large piece of an organization's attack surface, which make having actionable and accurate data about these vendors a critical step in a security program.

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Make Data-Driven Decisions to Improve Your Third-Party Cyber Risk Posture

With cyber risk intelligence, organizations can make data-driven decisions about where to focus their resources and how to improve their risk posture. By identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in their third- party networks, organizations can reduce the chances of a data breach or other security incident. Using data to make risk-based decisions is essential for any organization looking to improve its security posture. By collecting and analyzing cyber risk intelligence, organizations can better understand their specific risks

What is Cyber Risk Intelligence?

CyberGRX's Sr. Director of Product Marketing Holly Spiers talks about Cyber Risk Intelligence and how it's revolutionizing the way organizations manage third-party cyber risk.