Identity Gap in Third-Party Risk Management

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Organizations have eagerly embraced growing and diverse populations of partners, vendors, and other contingent labor as well as non-human technologies like service accounts, bots and smart devices to boost competitiveness.

While these efforts are intended to fortify competitive strategies, many organizations are now realizing the extent to which by utilizing these third parties, they are creating new operational challenges and expanding their attack surface, dramatically increasing cyber-risk exposure.

Although third-party resources can provide organizations with many benefits, managing their identities and access needs is typically a very labor-intensive, manual process that is prone to error and comes with great risk to the organization. If done incorrectly, the result is not only operational inefficiency and high cost, but a fertile hunting ground for hackers.

Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • What is required to effectively manage third parties to increase efficiency, eliminate over-provisioning and reduce risk
  • How a focus on third party identity management can give organizations more transparency and control over their third-party population
  • How to lower labor-related costs and make well-informed, risk-based decisions about access, ultimately reducing the risk of a third-party breach

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