With more than 50% of breaches caused by third-parties, your vendors and business partners can escalate the cyber risk exposure you’ve worked so hard to constrain. By continually monitoring the risk indicators of third parties, at Internet scale, you can maintain an up to date, empirical assessment of risk while removing the burden of static vendor security surveys.
This session will highlight how the FICO Cyber Risk Score enables organizations to apply an objective assessment of risk across vendor selection, categorization and management. In addition, registrants will receive a summary of the 2019 Cyber Risk Quantification Solutions report by Chartis Research, which explains the importance of adopting a rigorous supply chain risk management regime.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
Presenter: Julie May, Product Management Vice President FICO Cyber Risk Score
If you have any questions, please contact Hugh Allyn at hughallyn@FICO.com.
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