Cybersecurity Risk Rating Solutions

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What metrics do you need to consider when assessing your cyber risk with a cybersecurity risk rating solution? Businesses are transforming their supply chain processes by shifting their processes online. Digitising the supply chain has allowed companies to operate during a volatile time. Despite the benefits, this development has raised concerns about cyber risk.  Supply chain cyber attacks are expected … Read More

What is a cybersecurity assessment?

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RiskXchange can help your organisation utilise an effective cybersecurity assessment. Cyberattacks are on the rise right around the world, so much so that the FBI reported a record increase in cybercrime complaints in 2020 – up 69% from a year earlier. The problem is so widespread that over $4.1 billion losses were reported in the United States alone last year, … Read More

The security trends transforming vendor risk management

Riskxchange The security trends transforming vendor risk management RiskXchange The leader in Third-Party Cyber Risk Management

Third-party data breaches continue to grow at an alarming rate. A survey conducted by the SecureLink and Ponemon Institute revealed that over 44% of organisations suffered a third-party breach in the past 12 months. Out of the organisations that suffered a breach, 74% said that the cause was access given to third parties.  The growing incidences of third-party breaches explain … Read More

Domain-name typosquatting attacks are increasing: Here’s how to secure your networks

Domain-name typosquatting attacks

When BlueCat combed through a sample of seven billion DNS queries, they discovered that some of the most queried top-level domains were misspelt variations of “.com”. This trend reveals that typosquatting attacks, also known as URL hijacking, is a growing phenomenon.  Domain spoofing is not a new trend, although it has been growing considerably in the past year due in … Read More

The cruciality of Digital Risk Protection in today’s digital world

RiskXchange The cruciality of Digital Risk Protection in todays digital world RiskXchange The leader in Third-Party Cyber Risk Management

RiskXchange can help protect an organisation from cyber threats during digital transformation and ensure you have the right digital risk protection programme in place. As technology evolves at a rapid rate, businesses must adapt to these changes at an equally fast pace. With these new technologies comes risk which can open up organisations to digital threats. These threats can sometimes come from the untested nature of cutting-edge technology while others … Read More

Dealing with a growing digital attack surface: How to avoid and minimise your risk

RiskXchange How Fast Is Your Attack Surface Growing RiskXchange The leader in Third-Party Cyber Risk Management

RiskXchange has full visibility over your ecosystem’s entire attack surface in near real-time. It has never been as important as it is now to beef up your cybersecurity measures. Hackers are becoming more sophisticated as time goes by and adapt to the latest technological updates in the blink of an eye. Digital attack surfaces are expanding and so are the risks.   Organisations are losing the fight to cybercriminals whose damage is unfortunately reaching … Read More

What President Biden cybersecurity executive order means for supply chain management

RiskXchange What President Bidens executive order means for supply chain cybersecurity RiskXchange The leader in Third-Party Cyber Risk Management

RiskXchange is one of the firms leading the fight against cybercrime and uses data-driven insights to prevent supply chain data breaches.  The Biden-Harris administration recently outlined actions to address supply chain disruption in America caused by the pandemic and to decrease reliance on other countries to focus on domestic production. By strengthening American supply chains, the White House felt that it would promote economic security, national security, and good-paying, union jobs at home.  The current administration … Read More