Why attack surface management is important

RiskXchange - Why attack surface management is important

RiskXchange can narrow your attack surface and prevent threats. Attack surface management (ASM) is now one of the most important elements of digital defence in the world today. Business leaders, digital defenders and external cybersecurity firms are prioritising ASM to ensure security is at an optimum. Not only does it provide tighter security for your entire business but helps to … Read More

How to plan an advanced cyber risk analysis

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In the current business landscape, data is power. As more businesses turn to digital systems to store their data, data security measures grow insufficient.  Protecting your data is a high priority for many, and there is no shortage of concerns. As digital systems become more integrated with our everyday lives and businesses, we’ve come to recognise that a multi-faceted approach … Read More

Establishing the business case for cyber risk management

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A business is never static; it is in constant evolution and growth. Similarities that it shares with the cyber landscape.  By now, in a world that has become more accustomed to the rapid development of new technology and one that is more aware of the risks that plague the industry, cyber risk management has become a necessity.  A necessity that … Read More

Why cybersecurity is important

RiskXchange can pinpoint threats and improve your organisation’s entire cybersecurity program.  In today’s digital age, cybersecurity is THE most important part of protecting your data and private information. Cybersecurity protects all categories of data from damage to theft, and also helps build a wall of defence around an organisation’s entire network or system. Personally identifiable information (PII), data, protected health information (PHI), intellectual property, personal information, sensitive data, and governmental and industry information systems all come within the cybersecurity protection zone.   Without … Read More

Is your enterprise vulnerable to advanced persistent threats (APTs)?

RiskXchange can fully assess potential threats to ensure your business is protected against possible APT attacks. Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) are not as well-known as malware or phishing attacks but can pose a risk to high profile companies and government organisations. To break it down, APTs are organised and highly sophisticated cyberattacks that are orchestrated by groups of skilled adversaries – … Read More

How and when does Shadow IT expand your attack surface?

RiskXchange uses a monitoring technique that scans for shadow IT on your company network. In today’s digital age, IT departments and external cybersecurity firms are crucial to the operation of any medium to large business. Not only do they spend a lot of time aiding and distributing security information amongst staff, but they also manage and maintain internal security processes. … Read More

Developing a powerful enterprise risk management plan

Setting up an enterprise risk management plan is crucial for any organisation. The pandemic has seen the number of cyberattacks grow since its first outbreak, which means that company data is under severe threat. To counteract the growing number of cyberattacks and to keep a company’s reputation intact, it is important to develop an expansive vendor risk management programme to … Read More

All about PHAs and how they impact your enterprise cyber risk

RiskXchange can ensure organisations around the world can pinpoint and tackle the threats posed by PHAs. Potentially Harmful Applications (PHAs) are Android apps that put devices, users, user data and entire companies at risk. These apps are often referred to as malware and the data extracted through them can cause a great deal of damage to an organisation. There is … Read More

Cybersecurity threats impacting the pharmaceutical industry

RiskXchange can fully assess potential threats to ensure your business is protected, inside and out. The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have access to some of the most sensitive data imaginable. Not only do they carry protected health information (PHI), but also hold private data about health practitioners, patients and third-party vendors. Strict privacy guidelines regarding the safeguarding of PHI have … Read More