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Companies Skyhigh has added to the partner program include Bay Dynamics, BitSight, Centrify, Checkpoint, Cisco, Cyphort, Exabeam, Gemalto, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Ionic, Juniper Networks,...
As links between organisations and vendors become increasingly complex, the way in which we manage this area of risk must also evolve. Tom Turner takes a look at why companies should consider the...
Jacob Olcott, vice president at BitSight Technologies develops rating systems to assess IT security, says the industry is looking at two types of ratings: one for use by consumers, which would...

Security ratings firm BitSight Technologies looks at the security risks companies face from the subcontractors that work with their third-party vendors, finding cybercriminals often see these...

Despite recent major breaches at health insurer Anthem and Community Heath Systems, the health care industry continues to spend less on security than other industries. The industry has scored...

A recent BitSight Technologies study of 35,635 companies highlighted the risk from fourth parties, third party vendors' own third party vendors. "The effects of a breach may be felt well beyond...

Many organizations are transitioning to digital systems, which has increased the dependency on cloud service providers, web hosting platforms, and other external services. Cyber criminals are...

BitSight Technologies has released a BitSight Insights report analysing Security Ratings of more than 35,000 companies across 22 different industries to uncover the vulnerabilities posed by fourth...

We're all aware that sometimes data can be put at risk by third party systems belonging to suppliers. But a new report by security rating company BitSight looks further down the chain at...

A hack that took down Amazon Web Services could affect nearly 40 percent of media and entertainment companies, according to security ratings company BitSight Technologies.