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With 75% of all successful cyber breaches resulting from attacks that originate on the Internet, organizations recognize they need to do a better job in managing their Internet-exposed attack surface.
Some organizations turn to risk scorecard solutions such as BitSight for the evaluation of third-party vendor risk, but how useful is BitSight in helping organizations reduce the risks in their own digital attack surface? As overlapping vendor messages can make it difficult to gain a clear understanding of the differences between the different solution offerings, we hope to clear up some of the confusion.
We’ll look at five key areas that help illustrate the key differences between RiskIQ and BitSight: