Too many enterprises struggle to gain a complete picture of all that’s necessary to build out and operate a mature cybersecurity plan.
Understanding the wide gamut of security risks is hard enough, and it becomes even more confusing with the myriad of technology solutions available claiming to be the solution.
The task of understanding how these work together can be daunting. How can an organization align their digital transformation strategy to their overall business objectives?
Fishtech Group’s trusted advisors help organizations identify gaps and solutions to minimize risk, maintain compliance, and increase efficiency.
That’s why we’re always looking to partner with best-in-breed cybersecurity solutions to help us deliver the right solution, the first time to our customers.
We’re excited about what our partner SecurityScorecard is doing to provide a security “score” as a starting point to the larger conversation around architecture and best practices.
What is SecurityScorecard?
SecurityScorecard is an ‘outside-in’ report card of the security risk posture of an organization. The platform continuously gathers security intelligence data and instantly grades companies from A to F across ten crucial security categories.
How is this data collected?
Data is collected passively and non-intrusively through both publicly-available and proprietary security risk intelligence sources. We do not enter company networks or systems to collect and calculate your instant scorecard. Our platform provides outside-in visibility on ten security categories and factors, and automatically grades and benchmarks the risk posture of companies to their specific industry.
Why should I use Instant SecurityScorecard?
To discover your company’s external security posture from the point of view of: a hacker, a business partner, or a customer.
Download a scorecard to learn:
* If hackers are buying and selling corporate credentials, or discussing your company as a target
* The health of your DNS
* The software patching cadence efficiency of your organization
* If employees are using work email addresses on social networks
* Common typos in domains of your company available on the Internet
* How your security risk changes over time
* How your security posture ranks against competitors & peers in your industry