Supply Chain and Third Party Risk Management

You know that your business partners will be compromised. But you can’t see how that places your business at risk!

Attackers are working outside an organization’s own defenses and using weaknesses in the systems of their supply chain partners to get a foothold into their network and move towards the critical assets. The problem extends beyond their organization to the full ecosystem – suppliers, consumers, and partners.

With XM Cyber move beyond compliance and ad-hoc penetration testing to have a continuous view of risk in the likely event that a connected third party you use is compromised and reduce your attack surface.

Solution Benefits

Identify exposure before its exploited
See your true security posture aligned to third party risk
Automate third party risk reporting for the board
Focus resources on the most efficient actions to mitigate risk

Key Product Features

Continuous attack simulation from third party connections

Since you can’t see what you can’t control, assume breach to assess 3rd party supplier risk beyond compliance and see what the impact would be if your suppliers were to be compromised in your network.
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Safer integrated business relationships

By continuously mapping your unique critical assets and visually identifying attack paths, you can demonstrate compliance with requirements across many regulatory mandates.
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Discover and remediate all high impact risks

Attack telemetry of all 3rd party co-libraries, apps and networks give security operations and CERT a comprehensive view of your ecosystem.
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