Shine Light on Blind Spots in your Third Party Risk Postures

Presented by

Nate Alden, Solution Architect at CybelAngel

About this talk

Your third-party vendors are great at what they do. That’s why you hired them; you didn’t hire them for their stellar cybersecurity. But that is why you can’t ignore cyber risk among your third parties. SecureLink reports 65% of organizations have not identified the third parties with access to the most sensitive data of the organization. From your software vendors to air conditioning repair, who has access to your data or networks may surprise you. Gaining insight into where your data is exposed along its journey gives your company the power to protect it anywhere along its journey. There are several tools for protecting yourself and your third parties. During this webinar Nate Alden, will share three easy steps to gain visibility into third party risk postures. From vendor security ratings, vendor access control, and digital risk protection tools. During this webinar you will learn: How to conduct third party risk assessments How to minimize and control vendor access How external risk protection tools give you advanced warning of data leaks, credential exposure, and finds unsecured assets.

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CybelAngel protects its customers with External Attack Surface Management (EASM) solutions that are powered by the most comprehensive external asset discovery and threat detection technologies available. Built upon close to a decade of machine learning, our advanced platform scans the entirety of the internet every 24 hours to uncover unknown assets and shadow IT, cloud services, connected devices, fraudulent domains and exposed credentials — the sources attackers use to access confidential data, launch phishing campaigns or initiate destructive ransomware attacks. CybelAngel's combination of machine learning and expert human analysis provides deep visibility into the most critical threats, long before they’re exploited.