#CyberHygiene – Cyber Security Score for Data Supply Chains, as part of Vendor Risk Management program delivers a compelling extension to your capability to monitor measure and manage your data supply chain’s Cyber Security or #CyberHygiene score, by exception. By mapping public facing domain information a #CyberHygiene application can help you decide whether you want to do business with a supplier or not. Further, for example, you can measure exposure to cloud service providers based on the infrastructure and services that they use. With the power of Qlik the solution can be enriched to offer a complete domain scoring solution. Covering the digital footprints of products, brands and supply chains covering all your vendors. Creating insight that can be acted upon. Financial services lead the way, but there is more to be done. Further we can see below that in the UK only 50% of Companies have as score that is satisfactory at best. Reliance on the Human Firewall is not how we should be tackling this problem. We urge you to speak to your Risk and Compliance teams to ask if they have a solution for #CyberHygiene.#CyberHygiene – UK FTSE 500 Companies score badly.
As of April 2020 The FTSE 500 has a big challenge ahead if companies are to meet the requirements for GDPR and improve corporate governance to provide shareholders confidence that their investment is not at risk to large fines from the ICO and as well as other regulatory/compliance bodies. Insurers will also charge inflated premiums where risk is clearly not being managed.