SecurityScorecard and NGO-ISAC have partnered!
As a result of the partnership, all NGO-ISAC members can take advantage of:
- A complimentary SecurityScorecard Enterprise License that enables you to monitor your own organization as well as up to five vendors, suppliers, or competitors (the choice is yours).
- NGO-ISAC exclusive discounts for members that wish to expand their license beyond the complimentary access.
To opt-in and take advantage of your complimentary access, fill out the form with your information.
Who is SecurityScorecard?
SecurityScorecard is the global leader in cybersecurity ratings and the only service with over two million companies continuously rated. SecurityScorecard’s patented rating technology is used by over 1,000 organizations for enterprise and third-party risk management, board reporting, and cyber insurance underwriting; making all organizations more resilient by allowing them to easily find and fix cybersecurity risks across their externally facing digital footprint.
What are security ratings?
Security ratings are an objective, data-driven, quantifiable measurement of an organization’s overall cybersecurity performance. SecurityScorecard’s ratings grade companies on a universally understood scale of A through F.
What do security ratings mean?
SecurityScorecard’s statistically robust framework documents the fact that a company with a C, D, or F rating is 5 times more likely to suffer a consequential breach versus an A- or B-rated company. Certain risk factors, such as application security and patching cadence, are even more indicative of the likelihood of breach.
I can base all my assessments off the security ratings because they’re very accurate. I have no part to play in assessing what score they should be. I trust SecurityScorecard to do it properly.