- Why BitSight?
"Having posted innumerable times on the many benefits the energy and other critical infrastructure sectors would achieve if they would identify a few security metrics and start measuring them, it...
The rise of cybersecurity threats gives biopharma and other industries a new and unfamiliar problem that they are ill-equipped to handle alone. In response, an increasing number of biopharma...
Amid increasingly high-profile attacks from criminals and hacktivists over the past year, different enterprise segments have varying levels of security effectiveness.
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.
US financial companies are the best protected against the risk of cyberattack, with the energy and retail sectors not too far behind.
Cybersecurity insurance has long been touted as a way that companies could offset the risk of online attacks and data loss, but insurers continue to lack the data necessary to create a competitive...
BitSight analyzed security ratings for over 70 Fortune 200 companies in four industries – energy, finance, retail and technology.
Shaun McConnon discusses how complimenting audits with a continuous evaluation of security effectiveness allows organizations to augment their view into the security risks of the extended enterprise.
The technology industry lags far behind a number of other industries in terms of information security effectiveness, according to a new report by security firm BitSight Technologies.
BitSight included in list of up and coming security start ups focused on security in the cloud and mobile devices.
How has Shaun McConnon attained such astounding entrepreneurial success in the fiercely competitive high-tech arena?