You’re Only as Strong as

Your Weakest Third Party

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You're Only as Strong as Your Weakest Third Party

Third party risk is one of the hottest cybersecurityCybersecurity: A set of security techniques that are designed to protect the integrity of computer systems, programs and data from theft and damage to their hardware, software or other information as well as the disruption and misappropriation of their services. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - Professional paid ninjas who protect the cyber world from cyber attacks. Everybody is doing it, but we have the double black belt with the Versace logo. So yeah, we’re really good. topics – and for good reason. Many high-profile breaches from the past few years are the result of vendor’s with insufficient cybersecurity postures. Whether it’s from a direct vendor’s vulnerabilities, or that of an ‘nth-party,’ the damages from even one attack could be catastrophic to your business, brand, and reputation.

There is no silver bullet to mitigating third party risk. However, the best place to start is attacking the problem from its core and investing in a comprehensive solution that leverages high-quality threat intelligenceThreat Intelligence: Evidence-based knowledge about an existing hazard designed to help organizations understand the risks common and severe external threats, used to inform decisions regarding the subject’s response. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - Actionable, relevant, and timely information that can help when assessing the security posture of an organization. A little more left. No no, that’s now too far... to monitor, identify, and respond to threats in real-time.

In our eBook, you will learn:

  • Why third party vendors are your weakest link
  • An alternative method to using scorecard security ratings
  • The importance of integrating threat intelligence in your cybersecurity program
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$90 Billion

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2 Trillion

58% of organizations do not think it is possuble to determine if vendor's safeguards and security policies are sufficient to prevent a data breach

  1. Security Spend to reach 90 billion:
  2. 1 in 25 stat:
  3. 89 vendors access an organizations network:
  4. 63% of data breaches originate in the supply chain:
  5. Cost of data breaches will rise to over $2 trillion:
  6. 58% of organizations do not think it’s possible…..:….pdf