In this best practices guide, we’ll cover some of the practical steps organizations can take to accelerate the shift towards PCI DSS v4.0—critical security control themes to consider and solutions in the existing security stack that can help with the transition.
While organizations have drastically increased their use of third parties, third-party risk management (TPRM) maturity hasn’t kept pace. This ebook from AuditBoard and RSM, Third-Party Risk Management: Trends and Strategies to Help You Stay Ahead of the Curve, translates current TPRM trends and lessons learned into actionable ideas to help your organization identify, reduce, and monitor third-party risk.
The following paper will lay the foundational steps for ongoing vendor monitoring while providing expert advice and best practices on how to build a world-class, post-contract vendor monitoring engine.
While data breaches are commonplace, occasionally there’s an attack so audacious that its impact reverberates long after the initial jolt. Such was the case with the SolarWinds supply chain breach, in which a nation-state surreptitiously inserted eavesdropping malware into an Oklahoma software maker’s IT performance management solution used by governments and major enterprises.
Today, security and compliance leaders are struggling under the pressure of maintaining ongoing compliance in the face of regulatory expansion, changing requirements, technical transformation, explosions of scale (data, users, assets), and the battle for talent. In the face of these encroaching demands, InfoSec professionals are in dire need of a new approach to compliance.
The frequency and severity of third-party breaches are on the rise: An estimated 90% of organizations were impacted by a supply chain cyber security breach in 2022. Organizations rely on third-party suppliers for products and services necessary to operate; however, these relationships inherently introduce risk to the organization.
Good corporate governance—which can’t be legislated—means you have an obligation to understand vendor risk and to actively take steps to mitigate the risk and its impact on your business.
Sevco’s IT Asset Intelligence Platform provides a comprehensive view into the assets in your organization’s IT environment, enabling you to validate continuous compliance with regulatory standards and alert to noncompliant assets immediately, enabling speedy remediation.
There is no way to prevent ransomware attacks and no silver bullet for defending against them. However, following these ransomware best practices will help you minimize the risk of ransomware infections and limit the damage that a successful attack could do.
This Ransomware Threat Landscape: Ransomware Resurgence 2023 report examines the evolving landscape of ransomware attacks from April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023.
Enterprise adoption of MFA has become the best tool to fight presentday ransomware attacks by protecting administrative accounts and in interrupting the movement of attacker across your corporate network.