BitSight’s platform rates companies’ security effectiveness on a daily basis using a data-driven, outside-in approach. The result: organizations are empowered to proactively identify, quantify, and mitigate security risk throughout their ecosystems.
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Venky Ganesan explains why start-ups like BitSight are offering a valuable service to organizations who share sensitive data with business partners, contractors and suppliers.
Financial services firms are more effective at cybersecurity than firms in other industries in part due to a willingness to use managed services, and thanks to greater executive-level focus.
BitSight CEO Shaun McConnon explains how organizations can move towards a mature, risk-based security model and away from the more simple checkbox mentality.
Hackers, hacktivists and cyber-warriors all hit the headlines in 2013, and will undoubtedly do so again in 2014. Here's an analysis of what the experts at seven security vendors think will happen in the coming year.
Stephen Boyer discusses how security data can help insurers improve their risk picture by allowing them to model risk.
Amid increasingly high-profile attacks from criminals and hacktivists over the past year, different enterprise segments have varying levels of security effectiveness.
US financial companies are the best protected against the risk of cyberattack, with the energy and retail sectors not too far behind.
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