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Are you looking to onboard new vendors to your business network?

Although expanding your vendor network is a sign of growth, you need to ensure the third parties you work with do not introduce any threats or vulnerabilities to your networks.

A comprehensive vendor due diligence process can meet this requirement. To make sure you’re addressing the right concerns, however, you need to know what your risks are.

At RiskXchange, our cyber risk score can pinpoint risks, threats, and gaps you need to be aware of across your vendor ecosystem.

Get your organisation’s cyber risk score and see how effective your VRM is.
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How can businesses stay ahead of third-party risks?

A responsive VRM strategy needs to not only account for the monitoring and evaluation of your existing vendors but also ensure new vendors joining your network conform to the same standards and compliance controls that are part of your vendor due diligence.

At RiskXchange, we help you do this by giving you a 360-degree view of your entire cyber risk landscape, including any new vendors you intend to add to your network.
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
  • Vendor due diligence reports
  • 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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