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BitSight analyzed the cyber security performance on the most well-recognized athletic conferences in the nation - the SEC, ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 12 and Ivy League. The member schools of these conferences are large-to-medium sized universities that hold a wealth of information on their networks, from student and faculty personal and credit information to valuable intellectual property. While securing campus networks introduces a whole host of unique challenges, such as BYOD culture and multiple access points, some schools rise to the challenge and others fail to make the grade when it comes to cyber security performance.
BitSight analyzed the security performance of S&P 500 companies in four key US industries- finance, utilities, retail and healthcare. Whether it be credit information or patient data, these companies are tasked with safeguarding extremely sensitive and valuable records. In our analysis, we reveal that while some industries are living up to the challenge of protecting their networks, others are falling behind in the area of security performance.
Download A Different Perspective to learn how this approach helps organizations understand security risk.
BitSight analyzed the security performance of 460 organizations in the S&P 500 and discovered a startling trend— though financially strong, the nation's leading organizations exhibit severe weaknesses in their security postures.
Read this case study to learn how a BitSight customer compared its information security to its competitors and potential acquisitions via Benchmarking, and clearly communicated its top-notch performance to executive management.
Read this case study to learn how a BitSight customer gained insight into their partners' security postures, reduced their reliance on manual assessments and questionnaires and enabled their team to make risk-based decisions in line with their business objectives.
Without a quantified baseline, continuous measurement, and comparative data, executives cannot measure the impact of risk mitigation efforts or assess performance against industry peers and competitors. In order to proactively mitigate risk, you need automated tools that continuously measure and monitor your security performance. Download this solution sheet to learn how BitSight has solved this complex problem with Security Ratings for Benchmarking.
Security and risk teams in credit unions understand the increasing amount of regulations and risks present. BitSight Security Ratings can help you noticeably improve your information security, so your clients' data is safe and higher-ups at your company are happy with your work.
Want to understand more about how BitSight can help your credit union? Download this data sheet.
With the frequency and sophistication of security threats growing daily, insurers need evidence based security ratings to fully understand the security posture of companies before and after an underwriting decision is made. Download this data sheet to learn how BitSight can help.
BitSight Security Ratings for Third Party Risk Management enables organizations to identify and manage the risk associated with sharing sensitive data with business partners. This automated service analyzes, rates, and monitors partners’ security effectiveness, all from outside the company being rated. BitSight’s data-driven ratings provide organizations with the insight they need to proactively and continuously manage third party risk. Download this data sheet to learn more.
For years businesses have relied on credit ratings to assess and manage financial risks. Now, BitSight has introduced Security Ratings to help organizations do the same with their security risk. Download this overview to learn how Security Ratings are calculated and how other companies are using Security Ratings to identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk in their ecosystem.
Download "Making Risk Management More Effective with Security Ratings" and learn how BitSight is revolutionizing the way organizations manage security risk. This white paper will explain
- the difficulties and limitations associated with current methods of assessing security risk
- why compliance mandates in multiple industries are looking towards more frequent assessment to manage third party security risk
- how daily BitSight Security Ratings are generated using externally available internet data
- the ways forward thinking organizations are using Security Ratings to proactively manage security risk, including benchmarking and third party monitoring
This whitepaper details the recent history of cyber insurance underwriting, predicts which direction the market may go in the future, and also lists types of tools that current insurance executives believe would make their job easier.
In this ESG Brief by Jon Oltsik you will learn how Security Ratings are providing enterprises with the intelligence needed to:
- Continuously measure and compare network security risk against peers, competitors and other business partners
- Proactively identify & respond to cyber threats throughout the extended enterprise
- Deliver objective and timely performance metrics to boards and executives to keep them informed and engaged with security strategy
Download this white paper by Securosis analyst Mike Rothman and learn
- how to systematically assess third party security risk in your extended network
- the value of a quantified, comparative approach to assessing risk levels
- why the challenges risk and security teams face in trying to make these assessments have opened the doors for solutions like BitSight Partner SecurityRating.
M. Eric Johnson, Dean of Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management, examines the need for objective security ratings. Read to discover how he applies learnings from the credit rating industry to the field of security risk management.
Download this infographic to find answers to these questions
- Has security performance improved?
- How are breached retailers performing now?
- Are third parties leaving retailers exposed?
- What risk vectors are causing concern?
Learn how a major data breach in a retailer's network impacts banks, card processors, payment networks, suppliers and insurers. Third party risk management is essential to reduce security risk in the extended enterprise.
Are you aware of the security risks in your third party networks? Download this infographic to learn some startling facts about partner data breaches.