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Vendor Risk Assessment


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Identify Your Risk of a Third-Party Breach


of organizations revealed that they had experienced a Third-Party-related data breach in the last year1


of organizations cited lack of internal resources as a challenge in evaluating Third-Party vendors1


of organizations that experienced a third-party breach reported significant business consequences (reputational damage, discontinued business, financial loss)1

As ever-expanding digital networks necessitate expansion of third-party and vendor access to sensitive data, the old adage that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link has never been more relevant from a security perspective. In an unfortunate tradeoff, business enablement from third parties and vendors in turn present business risk. Lack of visibility and end-to-end control of vendor security practices increase the potential attack surface for which organizations must account. Unfortunately the scale and expertise required to assess potential third-party risk presents challenges for most organizations with resource constraints.

Based on the eSentire Security Framework that is built on the foundations of NIST, eSentire Vendor Risk Assessment is designed to help resource constrained organizations:

Factors Requiring a Vendor Risk Assessment:

What Does it Help You Answer?

How Does It Work?


Make The Case For An eSentire Vendor Risk Assessment:

  1. eSentire/Spiceworks Third-Party Third-PartyRisk Research, January 2019

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