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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) wants companies to share their ideas and policies on threat intelligence sharing. BitSight CSO Ira Scharf is quoted in a story about the NIST...

A recent IT World piece discusses the importance of carefully vetting cyber insurers before companies purchase a plan. BitSight CTO Stephen Boyer mentions the requirements of solid Cyber Insurers,...

The Boston Business Journal mentioned BitSight's purchase of AnubisNetworks, adding the impact security ratings have on startups in particular.

Network World outlines how BitSight's acquisition of AnubisNetworks aligns cybersecurity business metrics with IT risk mitigation. It will bridge the perpetual communications gap between business...

VentureBeat reporter Ruth Reader wrote a blurb about BitSight's acquisition of AnubisNetworks after the press release was made public, which included a quote from CTO Stephen Boyer.

The Boston Business Journal recapped a panelist discussion from the annual FoleyTech Summit last week. The discussion centered around five key points and listed the companies addressing them at the...

Healthcare data is worth 10 times more than your credit card number on the black market, and healthcare companies aren't always doing enough to protect your information...

With the potential of removing legacy IT silos and freeing up valuable data to gain greater insights into their operations, enterprises continue to invest heavily in analytics.

BitSight Technologies said it has devised a way to rate a company’s cybersecurity performance — allowing insurance companies to make better underwriting decisions

Insurance policies customized for cyberattack protection are on the rise as businesses worry they could be the next Target.

Almost ten per cent of UK businesses are unaware if they have suffered a data breach in the past 12 months, while almost a quarter have not detected any security breaches in the past year.