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SecurityScorecard calculates scores based on 10 factors that reflect different cybersecurity practices and risks.
We learned from nearly 12 million ratings that companies with an F are 7.7 times more likely to be impacted by a breach versus those with an A.
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What do we measure?
SecurityScorecard collects billions of signals each week, helping organizations see risks, get more actionable information, and respond faster to keep up with threat actors. Security teams are able to react quickly to digital criminals, respond to Zero-Day incidents faster, and reduce the risk exposure timeline.
These are some of the factors we use to calculate the overall score:
Discover open access points, insecure or misconfigured SSL certificates, or database vulnerabilities.
Understand how diligently a company is patching its operating systems, services, applications, software, and hardware in a timely manner.
See the quantity and duration of malware infections, along with other factors influence the overall assessment of an organization’s IP Reputation.
Understand the effectiveness of protections in place for laptops, desktops, mobile devices, and all employee devices that access that company’s network.
How is your Scorecard calculated?
Take a look at the 10 factor categories at the core of SecurityScorecard’s rating methodology.
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