Third-Party Risk to the Nth Degree

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For many, cost-effective scalability usually means outsourcing some or all of your business functions to a complex web of third-party vendors. The Third-Party Risk to the Nth Degree white paper provides quantitative and contextual measures by which your organisation can compare current practices and investment to help mitigate third-party risk.

Key Findings: 

  • 44 % of organisations revealed that they had experienced a third-party-related data breach in the last year.
  • 33 % of organisations cited lack of internal resources as a challenge in evaluating third-party vendors.
  • 48 % of organisations that experienced a third-party breach reported significant business consequences (reputational damage, discontinued business, financial loss).

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