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Security Risk Assessment What We Can Know from the Security Scorecard

One of the many tools used to assess a company’s IT security is the Security Scorecard. Regional Director of Security Scorecard for the Asia Pacific region, Royston Chng, said that this platform works by capturing external signals. Because it only captures signals, there are no tools that need to be installed on the company’s internal network. In other words, the Security Scorecard looks at the security of a network/domain from a hacker’s perspective.

The following is a security risk assessment by the Security Scorecard

Cyber Risk Quantification

To manage business risks, those responsible for risk operations need to know the likelihood, frequency and magnitude of risks and create action plans to reduce exposure.

The Security Scorecard can inform your security posture and gain actionable insights into your company’s unique risk profile. The result is an assessment of your company’s cyber risk through a financial lens.

External Attack Surface Management

Security Scoreboard is designed to bridge external cybersecurity capabilities with your SOC. You can also view a complete history of your security performance and compare your company to other similar companies.

Furthermore, Security Scoreboard monitors the attack surface for new risks. In fact, alerts to new risks appear instantly. Lastly, companies can also access detailed data about the attack surface including domains, IPs, and attribution logs.

Third party cyber risk management

According to Security Scoreboard, 98% of companies connected to at least one vendor experienced a data breach in the last 2 years. As global attacks continue to expand, vendor security and risk management teams need full visibility into their entire supply chain. With Security Scoreboard, you can harness the power of the world’s most trusted and accurate security ratings to identify risks.

Automatic vendor detection

As a follow-up to third-party cyber security risk assessments, the Security Scoreboard also features automatic vendor detection. Automatic Vendor Detection harnesses the power of AI to identify previously unknown vendors within and across your ecosystem so you can spot risks and take action.

Supply chain risk intelligence

Security Scorecard leverages a unified supply chain view and acts on it without requiring in-depth threat analysis. You get powerful data from risk intelligence so you can make informed decisions about threats.

Then, you can also share your findings to follow up with vendors and take immediate action to reduce your exposure. This risk intelligence leverages robust and reliable vulnerability prioritization in the supply chain, thereby extending vulnerability prioritization to vendors.

Security questionnaire

A security questionnaire is a tool used to assess the security posture of a company or vendor. Security Scorecard improves the process of exchanging cyber security questionnaires for seamless communication between senders and recipients. Seamless exchange of questionnaires reduces time spent by as much as 83%. Once the questionnaire is returned, existing insights can be turned into action through integration and status updates. This questionnaire can also demonstrate your company’s strong cyber hygiene.

Attack Surface Intelligence

Security Scorecard’s Attack Surface intelligence can route 3.9 billion IP addresses scanned every 10 days across more than 1,500 ports globally to form the basis of the platform’s search index. The platform also provides identification of threat actors that may impact your business.

Vulnerability Intelligence

Security Scorecard can improve vulnerability prioritization with unmatched context, risk scores, and products. Includes a complete overview of emerging vulnerabilities, as well as an attack surface analysis tailored to your company.

By combining and analyzing all of these tools, the Security Scorecard provides a comprehensive view of a company’s security risk posture, highlighting areas of strength and weakness, and guiding the prioritization of security efforts and investments.