In today’s rapidly evolving cyber risk landscape, a resilient and trusted digital ecosystem is possible with an agile security program. Cyber resiliency is the ability to respond to and recover from a cybersecurity incident effectively.
A record high 71% of organizations were victimized by a ransomware attack in 2022. Even more concerning is that Gartner estimates that 80% of organizations have no knowledge or awareness of their attack surface.
A constantly growing attack surface is creating an even more difficult job for security professionals. Keeping their organization secure is becoming a challenge as security teams and resources are being stretched thinner than ever, and too many cybersecurity tools create too many alerts and a lack of prioritization.
So, how do you ensure your organization remains resilient?
There are critical elements involved in ensuring your organization is protected when it comes to your own and your vendors’ cyber risk, and when reporting to the board:
Enterprise Cyber Risk Management (Self-Monitoring): Obtain a complete and accurate picture of your IT environment. Discover, identify, and prioritize threats and assets that require remediation.
Third-Party Risk Management: Gain visibility into your full third- and fourth-party ecosystem, allowing you to understand your organization’s risk based on your ecosystem risk. Continuously monitor, prioritize and take proactive steps to mitigate vendor risk that has the potential to impact your organization.
Executive Level Reporting: Easily and effectively communicate risk, quantify the financial impact of a cyber event, and demonstrate the value of your security program to the board in mutually understood business terms.
SecurityScorecard’s integrated security Ratings suite helps you achieve all of these. That’s why we are excited to introduce our Q4 ‘22 Release and empower your team with confident data and actionable insights to gain unparalleled visibility into the global attack surface, quantify and prioritize risk, and collaborate effectively among business partners internally and externally.
Check out our Q4 ‘22 Release Page for full details on everything included in this release, including:
[NEW] Enterprise Cyber Risk Management (Self-Monitoring) capabilities: Search the global attack surface and dig into the findings to identify ecosystem threats with Attack Surface Intelligence (ASI). A positive security posture can be a differentiator for your organization. Easily share your Public Scorecard to showcase your security posture. Uplevel your security team and integrate your tech stack with trusted partners with the largest security ratings Marketplace.
[NEW] Third-Party Risk Management capabilities: Quantify the financial risk of potential cyber events for your vendors with Cyber Risk Quantification for Any Scorecard. Automatic Vendor Detection + Enhanced Illumination (AVD+EI) allows you to stay ahead of zero-day issues presented to your vendors. Use Watch List to keep track of all of your vendors beyond your tier ones.
[NEW] Executive Level Reporting capabilities: Translate risk into dollars using a framework of choice via CRQ now with Multi-Currency Support. Create custom reports specific to your business needs using Reporting 2.0 to prove and track your security progress. Quickly demonstrate your ability to resolve issues and positively impact your score with Projected Score.
Above, we have described only a small portion of the exciting new products and features we have recently launched. Check out the 25+ new items included in our Q4 ‘22 Release!
As you know, today’s digitally transformed world comes with increased cyber risk. Empower your team with the confident security and vendor risk data provided by SecurityScorecard to gain actionable insights, and take control of your cyber risk. To learn more, check out our Digital Guide to the Q4 Release. Ready to take the next step? Book a demo to try our new capabilities for yourself.