CyDesk is the first non-intrusive, automated integrated risk assessment platform in the world. It provides organisations with real-time visibility of risk exposure from their supply chain and third parties.
Cyber threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and frequent. It is essential to understand not only your own cyber risks, but also your exposure to risks within your supply chain and third-party ecosystem. We have the tools to assess your cyber resilience and provide insights to help lower your risk.
All industries are facing continuing regulatory change and increased regulatory scrutiny. Compliance assessments are manual and only provide point-in-time data. Our automated assessments help assure compliance within your third-party ecosystem and avoid fines.
As companies become more connected with their partners, understanding the digital risks within its third-party ecosystem is increasingly important. From large fines and financial loss, operational disruption, to reputation, cyber incidents and non-compliance are extremely costly. Our products provide the visibility you need to manage your third-party risks.
CyDesk gives organisations ongoing, real-time visibility of risk-exposure from their supply-chain or third-party eco-systems. CyDesk enables actionable intelligence by auto-integrating cyber-security, compliance and other business risks to which organisations are exposed.
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