Intelligent CISO Issue 50 - Page 9

Nearly half of organisations lack confidence to close security gaps
H most trusted provider of ethical hacking solutions , has released The 2022 Attack Resistance Report that captures IT professionals ’ assessments of their cyberattack readiness . The report reveals organisations face a significant gap between what they are able to protect and what they need to protect – coined the attack resistance gap .
SecurityScorecard partners with TriTech to expand cybersecurity footprint in Hong Kong and Macau
S announced a partnership with
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Nearly half of organisations lack confidence to close security gaps

ackerOne , one of the world ’ s

H most trusted provider of ethical hacking solutions , has released The 2022 Attack Resistance Report that captures IT professionals ’ assessments of their cyberattack readiness . The report reveals organisations face a significant gap between what they are able to protect and what they need to protect – coined the attack resistance gap .

The report , compiled from survey responses from enterprise organisations
in North America and Europe , investigated four areas critical for organisations to increase their resistance to attack : an understanding of their attack surface ; the cadence of application testing compared to release cycles ; the depth and style of security testing and the availability of technical talent capable of carrying out these tasks . Overall , organisations had a confidence score of 63 % across a composite of these four areas .
“ Awareness reduces risk . Only organisations who know their attack resistance gap are equipped to reduce it ,” said Marten Mickos , CEO of HackerOne . “ We conducted this research to illustrate the problem and show the way toward improvement . Organisations that broaden their scope of testing , and do it continuously , are seeing their attack resistance gap shrink .”

SecurityScorecard partners with TriTech to expand cybersecurity footprint in Hong Kong and Macau

ecurityScorecard has

S announced a partnership with

TriTech , a leading Hong Kong and Macau-based value-added distributor ( VAD ), to help enterprises in the region gain greater visibility into security vulnerabilities across their organisations .
The partnership will also help third-party partners comply with new government regulations , prioritise remediation for the most significant threats and protect critical assets .
“ The global threat landscape has evolved in a way that commands organisations to do more to protect their businesses and their entire supply chain while meeting more rigourous government regulations ,” said Albert
Kuo , Vice President of APAC Sales at SecurityScorecard . “ Partnering with Tritech allows us to reach businesses that need to improve their security posture while expanding our reach and intelligence in the APAC region .”
Dr Charlie Ip , Managing Director of TriTech Distribution , said : “ We have seen a steep incline in demand for more comprehensive cybersecurity solutions to manage third-party risk .
“ Our commitment to delivering the best cybersecurity options to our customers means partnering with leaders like SecurityScorecard to provide comprehensive , yet easy to understand solutions that improve threat detection and speed-critical risk communications across the supply chain . We are pleased to offer this solution as a new layer of protection to our customers .” www . intelligentciso . com
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