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Worried about your exposure to third-party risks?

When you work with external vendors, you open up your data, systems, and teams to the outside world. While this is a natural part of doing business, you need to stay on top of third-party risk management to ensure your networks are secure at all times.

With the RiskXchange cyber risk score, we can pinpoint various risk factors, including third-party cyber risks, that could lead to a data breach across your organisation.

Get your company’s free cyber risk score and see how your overall security posture compares to industry benchmarks.

Create an effective third-party risk management system and mitigate external threats and vulnerabilities.
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How can businesses create an effective third-party risk management system?

A powerful and responsive VRM system needs to monitor and evaluate your vendors’ security protocols and compliance controls continuously, in real-time, to identify frailties that could impact your network.

At RiskXchange, we help you do this by giving you a 360-degree view of your entire cyber risk landscape, including your third-party networks.
An integral part of this process is calculating your cyber risk score and it is based on:
  • A real-time view of your risks, compliance status, and network security
  • Identified risks and vulnerabilities across various risk factors
  • Breach insights and other analytics on digital asset management
  • Vendor risk management and security compliance
  • Issues relating to key checkpoints across security standards, like PCI, GDPR, NIST, ISO and more

Leverage continuous attack surface and third-party risk management

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