Aberdeen Group's Monte Carlo analysis makes use of empirical data from the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) — including the likelihood of a data breach, and estimates for the cost of a data breach — to quantify the risk of a data breach, as a function of industry, the number of records compromised, and the size of the organization. For example: for small businesses of up to 1,000 employees, the risk of a data breach is higher than the risk for large organizations, by about 35%.
By working with a certified P2PE Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) to validate their P2PE solutions or components, payment service providers can show a significant reduction in their overall corporate risk, as well as provide a more secure payment solution that merchants demand.
As the world gets flatter, organizations with global third-party networks are faced with a multitude of rules, policies, data, standards and regulations – all of which make the case for a robust TPM program.
A leading Fortune 50 Health Care organization manages their comprehensive large-scale supplier assessment program with Rsam; harmonizing data points from 18 risk & stakeholder organizations to optimize the full supplier lifecycle.
The MetricStream Vendor Risk Management (VRM) App enables you to manage, monitor, and mitigate vendor risks efficiently and effectively. By integrating global vendors onto one cohesive framework, the app gives you complete visibility into vendor risks.
In October 2015, RSA completed a global survey of almost 400 organizations to gather insight into current trends and perceptions regarding Risk Management. The survey utilized RSA's proprietary Risk Intelligence Index to ask questions around key areas of risk and how organizations are addressing the changing risk landscape. The Risk Intelligence Index is based on the RSA Archer Maturity Model that measures organizations' GRC program components across five stages of maturity.
The time to migrate is now. For over 20 years Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) has been in the market as one of the most widely-used encryption protocols ever released, and remains in widespread use today despite various security vulnerabilities exposed in the protocol.
Technologies implemented to meet operational needs bring tangible benefits to an organization with focused, tactical functions. These tools bring value to organizations due to the focus on the specific business challenge at hand and most often help achieve goals at the operations level. However, certain processes need to lead to greater enterprise value.
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) is extending the migration completion date to 30 June 2018 for transitioning from Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) v1.0 to a secure version of TLS (currently v1.1 or higher).
In today’s environment of heightened regulatory requirements and increasing risk of cardholder data breach, it is critical for merchants, payment processors, and acquirers to protect payment data anywhere it moves, anywhere it resides, and however it is used. In payment acceptance systems payment data is commonly left unprotected during the authorization and settlement processes. Payment data is also left unprotected during routine and necessary back-office business processes such as fraud screening, chargeback processing, and recurring payment processing. Common methods for protecting payment data are often inflexible, expensive, and difficult to implement.