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Reuters reported that security ratings firm BitSight confirmed Kaspersky’s findings of Windows 7 being hardest hit, with around 67 percent of infections hitting Windows 7 machines, and XP getting...

Network World included BitSight in their list of cybersecurity companies to watch.
Network World listed BitSight as one of several vendors who understand the difference between tactical and strategic threat intelligence programs.
It should surprise no one that ransomware is on the rise, but it may be news that education -- not healthcare -- is outstripping other industries for rate of infection, according to a study by...
Prediction #1: Enterprise CISOs realize that strong cybersecurity extends beyond the corporate LAN and that cyber-attacks and data breaches could easily start with third parties with access to the...
Prediction #1: Enterprise CISOs realize that strong cybersecurity extends beyond the corporate LAN and that cyber-attacks and data breaches could easily start with third parties with access to the...

Despite advances over the past five years, IT vendor risk management is still done haphazardly and relies on static paper-based audits.

Most critical infrastructure organizations do audit the security of their strategic IT vendors but they do so on an informal and inconsistent basis. They also base their audit process on...

Network World Columnist Jon Oltsik called BitSight an innovator in the Cyber Security Intelligence space in his 2015 information security predictions piece.

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...

One security-ratings firm says breaches are often retailers’ own fault for not dealing with security pro-actively.

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