Security Intelligence in ServiceNow: How to Evaluate Third-Party Risk and Keep Business in Business

Security Intelligence in ServiceNow: How to Evaluate Third-Party Risk and Keep Business in Business

March 25, 2020 • The Recorded Future Team

Recent high-profile breaches — such as the 2019 data breach that left 540 million Facebook records exposed — highlight the struggles that organizations of all sizes face in managing third-party risk. Any one supplier, partner, contractor, agent, or temporary worker has the ability to introduce tremendous risk to business operations, data security, and even the technical integrity of products and services.

In fact, recent research from analyst group ESG reveals that 73% of IT professionals believe that cyber risk management is more difficult today than it was two years ago. As companies undergo digital transformation, the lines are blurring between them and their partners, suppliers, and other third parties.

Organizations need a way to understand and continuously monitor for risk across every third-party organization in their ecosystems so they can make fast, informed decisions. In the following video, our partners from ServiceNow explain how Recorded Future’s third-party risk management integration with ServiceNow provides powerful automation to help organizations to do just that.

With security intelligence from Recorded Future, risk management teams gain real-time insights into important sources of information — including corporate emails, credentials, and company mentions found on the dark web — directly from a dashboard within ServiceNow.

With Recorded Future’s integration for third-party risk management, you gain a threat-centric view of third-party risk so you can complete risk assessments 50% faster, resolve third-party threats 63% quicker, and realize a 10x gain in risk analyst productivity.

Learn more about this integration and check out Recorded Future in the ServiceNow App Store.

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