RiskRecon, a Mastercard Company, and the Cyentia Institute published “From Uncertainty to Understanding: The Value of Better Data in Third-Party Risk Assessments.” To help organizations choose the best data to power their third-party risk models, RiskRecon partnered with Cyentia Institute to conduct the research study that quantifies how high-fidelity data turns risk assessments from an exercise of uncertainty to one of understanding.
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Zero trust visibility
Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is a trendy term touted by cybersecurity vendors. But there isn’t a single ZTA solution. The architecture is composed of numerous components, that when taken together, form a new paradigm for dealing with cybersecurity that is appropriate in a modern world where corporate enterprises are no longer confined to a well-defined and trustworthy perimeter such as remote working and cloud environments. For reference, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has created a very detailed ZTA publication