In this guide, we’ll look at the shifting context that is driving the need for stronger TPRM, and steps every organization can take to improve and maintain their third-party risk profile.
Today’s challenging business climate – with its growing uncertainty, greater complexity, and increasingly disruptive cyber threats – has been a wakeup call to improve third-party risk management (TPRM). For these reasons, organizations are looking for ways to improve their approach.
Discover the concerning trend of software supply chain attacks that continue to surge, even two years after the SolarWinds hack. Malicious exploits leveraging open source modules are multiplying in the commercial sector, with a significant rise in attacks since 2020 and a steady increase in 2022. Notably, npm, a popular open source repository, witnessed a staggering 100 times increase in malicious package uploads compared to 2020, while PyPi also suffered from tainted modules targeting cryptocurrency mining and malware distribution.
The 2023 RiskOptics Cyber Risk Viewpoints Report was conducted in March 2023 to understand current challenges companies are facing involving cybersecurity and IT risk, as well as steps organizations are taking to combat this risk.
Protect your organization from potential security risks by prioritizing the security of high-risk users, such as third-party vendors and remote workers.
Discover Best Practices for Data Access Governance and File Server Permissions to strengthen your organization's security and compliance. Learn how to create user inventories, establish security structures, empower data owners, and implement access request workflows. Ensure the proper management of file server permissions, centralize administration, assign permissions to groups, and organize resources effectively.
This guide is designed to help you start building key risk indicators and put them to good use at your organization, from the most basic dashboard all the way up to advanced monitoring and automation techniques.