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BitSight vs SecurityScorecard Comparison

BitSight vs SecurityScorecard Comparison

There are a lot of security ratings platforms out there, and choosing the right one can be overwhelming. We've written the post to make it as easy as possible for you to compare BitSight and SecurityScorecard.
There are a lot of security ratings platforms out there, and choosing the right one can be overwhelming. We've written the post to make it as easy as possible for you to compare BitSight and UpGuard.
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BitSight vs SecurityScorecard

See how they compare side-by-side.
Capabilities
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
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170,000 supported organizations
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1,000,000+ companies rated.
Usability and the learning curve
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
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Simple interface for quick grade reports and charts.
Community support
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
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Company and product blog.
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Company and product blog.
Release rate
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
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Pricing and support
5 stars
UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company. View our transparent pricing here.
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Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
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Public pricing information is not available. Reports say pricing starts at $16,500 for self-assessment plus five vendors, and additional vendors cost $1,500-$2,000 per vendor per year.
API and extensibility
4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
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Third-party integrations
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
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Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
Star rating
Offers integrations with GRC platforms such as RSA Archer.
Customers
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
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Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
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Customers include Symantec, Pepsico, Two Sigma, and Stony Brook University.
Predictive capabilities
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.
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The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that's only one possible way a data breach can occur. Yes, they use additional data but lack the transparency to prove the efficacy of their scores

BitSight vs UpGuard

See how they compare side-by-side.
Capabilities
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
Star rating
170,000 supported organizations
Usability and the learning curve
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
Community support
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
Star rating
Company and product blog.
Release rate
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
Star rating
Pricing and support
5 stars
UpGuard has a transparent pricing model which you can view here. UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company.
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
API and extensibility
4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
Star rating
Third-party integrations
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
Star rating
Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
Customers
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
Star rating
Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
Predictive capabilities
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.

BitSight vs SecurityScorecard

See how they compare side-by-side.
Capabilities
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
Usability and the learning curve
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
Community support
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
Release rate
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
Pricing and support
5 stars
UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company. View our transparent pricing here.
API and extensibility
4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
Third-party integrations
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
Customers
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
Predictive capabilities
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
Capabilities
Star rating
170,000 supported organizations
Usability and the learning curve
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
Community support
Star rating
Company and product blog.
Pricing and support
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
Third-party integrations
Star rating
Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
Customers
Star rating
Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
Predictive capabilities
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.
Capabilities
Star rating
1,000,000+ companies rated.
Usability and the learning curve
Star rating
Simple interface for quick grade reports and charts.
Community support
Star rating
Company and product blog.
Pricing and support
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Reports say pricing starts at $16,500 for self-assessment plus five vendors, and additional vendors cost $1,500-$2,000 per vendor per year.
Third-party integrations
Star rating
Offers integrations with GRC platforms such as RSA Archer.
Customers
Star rating
Customers include Symantec, Pepsico, Two Sigma, and Stony Brook University.
Predictive capabilities
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that's only one possible way a data breach can occur. Yes, they use additional data but lack the transparency to prove the efficacy of their scores
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BitSight vs SecurityScorecard product overview

BitSight vs UpGuard product overview

Learn more about the products and how they compare.

Whether you're a CISO or Vice President, you understand that information technology has changed the way people do business. For better, it has brought speed, scale, and functionality to all aspects of commerce and communication. For worse, it has brought the risks of data exposure, data breaches, and outage. The damage that can be done to a business through its technology is known as cybersecurity risk (or cyber risk), and with the increasing consequences of such incidents, managing cyber risk, especially third-party risk management and vendor risk management, is fast becoming a critical aspect of any organization. The specialized nature of cyber risk requires the translation of technical details into business terms. Security ratings and cyber risk assessments serve this purpose, much like a credit score does for assessing the risk of a loan. But the methodologies employed by solutions in this space vary greatly, as do their results.

BitSight and SecurityScorecard focus on external cyber risk management.

UpGuard handles internal risk with our behind-the-firewall Core product, and external risks with the cloud-hosted VendorRisk for third-party risk management and BreachSight.

In this comparison, we’ll look at what matters in a solution and see how BitSight, SecurityScorecard and UpGuard stack up for managing internet-facing primary risk and third party vendors.

BitSight Technologies

Cambridge-based BitSight offers a platform for quantifying the external cybersecurity posture of organizations using publicly accessible data. The resulting FICO-like BitSight security ratings can then be used in various use cases: shaping/pricing cyber risk insurance policies, due diligence research for private equity and M&A activities, and more.

BitSight Interface
The BitSight UI. Source: bitsighttech.com


Additionally, the BitSight Discover solution identifies and monitors third/fourth parties to highlight security risks and single points of failure in an organization’s supply chain.

SecurityScorecard

Like BitSight, NYC-based SecurityScorecard uses data gleaned from traffic to/from an organization as well as other publicly accessible data to build security ratings for evaluating vendors and partners, pricing cyber risk insurance policies, among other use cases. The platform also monitors so-called "hacker chatter", social networks, and public data breach feeds for indicators of compromise. Additionally, the company offers its ThreatMarket database on a standalone basis and its Malware Grader tool for free.

SecurityScorecard Interface
The SecurityScorecard UI. Source: securityscorecard.com

UpGuard overview

UpGuard was founded in 2012 by technologists from some of Australia’s largest banks. Using their first-hand experience, they built a platform to fill an important need in the nascent DevOps market: reducing the risk of incidents through proactive documentation and testing of desired system state.  With proprietary, patented data visualization and risk analysis algorithms, UpGuard gave Operations and Security departments the ability to discover and understand their digital surfaces within the data center and the cloud to reduce their cybersecurity risk.

Now, those capabilities have been turned outward to the public internet to capture the digital surfaces beyond the boundaries of the enterprise. UpGuard is headquartered in Mountain View, California with offices in Sydney, Australia. UpGuard also works with insurance companies and underwriters as part of their cyber insurance process.

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Always improving

UpGuard is an always-improving platform that gains new features every month. Our world-class engineering team constantly iterates upon every facet of UpGuard’s stack. From our proprietary data leak detection engine to discovering new threat vectors, you’ll always have access to the latest security technology.
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Security expertise you can rely on

You can rely on us to keep your organization secure. But don’t just take our word for it, our security research has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, TechCrunch, Bloomberg, Gizmodo, Engadget, Forbes, ZDNet, and The Guardian.
UpGuard’s data breach research team is directly responsible for securing hundreds of millions of records.

Capabilities

The following is a breakdown comparing the options across ratings, methodology and scope.

Rating

All three solutions provide security ratings, aggregated summaries of risk for immediate understanding and comparison. Each scoring methodology provides a standardized way to look at organizations in the context of cyber risk.

  • BitSight - a credit score-like rating between 250-900.
  • SecurityScorecard - a rating from A to F, like a report card.
  • UpGuard - a rating called CSTAR, that scores companies from 0-950, with individual ratings for every site under a company’s umbrella.

Methodology

The way these security ratings are derived differ among the solutions to some degree. IP reputation relies on attributing malware traffic to an organization based on IP address. Scanning for misconfigurations means looking at an organization’s actual internet footprint and determining how it compares to best practices and what vulnerabilities that lead to data breaches are exposed.

  • BitSight - Primarily IP reputation.
  • SecurityScorecard - Primarily IP reputation.
  • UpGuard - Misconfiguration focused assessment.

Scope

Not every solution supports every vendor. Many organizations employ small specialists vendors that are not covered by solutions with a narrow scope of focus. Every vendor that handles data is a potential point of breach and should be covered for the risk they bring to the company.

  • BitSight - ~100,000 supported organizations
  • SecurityScorecard - ~120,000 supported organizations
  • UpGuard - ~2,000,000 organizations scanned every day

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Capabilities
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
Star rating
170,000 supported organizations
Star rating
1,000,000+ companies rated.

BitSight

Capabilities
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
Star rating
170,000 supported organizations
5 stars
2,000,000+ organizations scanned daily.
BitSight
Star rating
170,000 supported organizations
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
1,000,000+ companies rated.

Usability and learning curve

Minimizing the amount of overhead in acquiring and using a new solution is key to making that solution deliver on its capabilities. All three solutions are cloud-based services with minimal installation criteria. Similarly, all three use web interfaces to navigate graphical representations of cyber risk.

  • BitSight - Provides high level summation of vendor risk, can easily compare vendors.
  • SecurityScorecard - Simple interface for quick grade reports and charts.
  • UpGuard - High level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical detail. Provides remediation and protection suggestions for all risks. Comes with built in questionnaires that can be sent and managed from within the console. Read our full guide on the top security questionnaires here.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Usability and the learning curve
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
Star rating
Simple interface for quick grade reports and charts.

BitSight

Usability and the learning curve
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
5 stars
High-level summation of risk with the ability to drill down into precise technical details.
BitSight
Star rating
Provides high-level summation of vendor risk allowing easy comparison of vendors.
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
Simple interface for quick grade reports and charts.

Community support

Making information publicly available to help customers and prospects reduces administrative overhead and provides users with resources for troubleshooting and decision making. How each company ties into the community speaks to its mission and focus.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Community support
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
Star rating
Company and product blog.
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Company and product blog.

BitSight

Community support
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
Star rating
Company and product blog.
5 stars
The UpGuard cybersecurity and risk management blog is updated four times a week and our breach research blog has uncovered and secured some of the largest data breaches.
BitSight
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Company and product blog.
SecurityScorecard
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Company and product blog.

Release rate

Technology is always changing. The rate at which a company updates their software determines how agile it is in response to customer requests and new features, as well as how consistently it is being patched and hardened. The full release histories for these products are not publicly available. However, like most new software, the releases are relatively fast and regular.

UpGuard has always adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software, ensuring fast and consistent releases that have been tested for quality.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Release rate
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
Star rating
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BitSight

Release rate
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
Star rating
4 stars
UpGuard has adopted DevOps principles internally to develop, test, and release software continuously, ensuring fast, consistent, and safe releases.
BitSight
Star rating
SecurityScorecard
Star rating

Pricing and support

Vendor risk solutions are typically priced per vendor per year, except in some cases where one-off reports are generated for a set price. Some of the more expensive solutions price out small and medium businesses, while relegating even large companies to managing only their top few vendors. All three provide professional services to assist with setup and maintenance.

  • BitSight - Public pricing information is not directly available, but prices are reported to be around $2000-$2500 per vendor per year.
  • SecurityScorecard - Public pricing is not directly available. Prices reported to be between $1500-$2000 per vendor per year.
  • UpGuard: UpGuard has a transparent pricing model which you can view here. UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company. If you have any questions, please let us know via sales@upguard.com and we will follow up.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Pricing and support
5 stars
UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company. View our transparent pricing here.
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Reports say pricing starts at $16,500 for self-assessment plus five vendors, and additional vendors cost $1,500-$2,000 per vendor per year.

BitSight

Pricing and support
5 stars
UpGuard has a transparent pricing model which you can view here. UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company.
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
5 stars
UpGuard pricing starts at $5k/year and scales with your company. View our transparent pricing here.
BitSight
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Pricing is reported to start at $20,000 plus $2,000-$2,500 per vendor per year.
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
Public pricing information is not available. Reports say pricing starts at $16,500 for self-assessment plus five vendors, and additional vendors cost $1,500-$2,000 per vendor per year.

API and extensibility

Accessing the information in a cyber risk product outside of its graphical interface is important for integrated business strategies and consolidating data to a preferred system. All three solutions offer standard APIs to pull data into other enterprise applications.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

API and extensibility
4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
Star rating
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BitSight

API and extensibility
4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
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4 stars
UpGuard offers a standard API to pull data into other enterprise applications.
BitSight
Star rating
SecurityScorecard
Star rating

Third-party integrations

While the API is useful for building custom integrations, standard integrations can cut the overhead of tying the vendor risk product to the rest of the data center.

  • Bitsight -Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
  • SecurityScorecard - Offers integrations with GRC platforms such as Archer.
  • UpGuard - Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Third-party integrations
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
Star rating
Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
Star rating
Offers integrations with GRC platforms such as RSA Archer.

BitSight

Third-party integrations
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
Star rating
Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
4 stars
Integrates with GRC platforms, ticketing systems like ServiceNow, and more.
BitSight
Star rating
Offers integrations with RSA Archer GRC, CyberGRX, OneTrust Vendorpedia, ProcessUnity, MetricStream, and more.
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
Offers integrations with GRC platforms such as RSA Archer.

Customers

Sometimes the proof is in the pudding, but all three companies have impressive client lists, with none more distinguished than the other.

  • BitSight - Customers include Lowe's, Target, Ferrari, and The Hartford, and T-Mobile
  • SecurityScorecard - Customers include Netflix, McDonald's, Allstate, Symantec, and Pepsi
  • UpGuard - Customers include ADP, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), and NASA

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Customers
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
Star rating
Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
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Customers include Symantec, Pepsico, Two Sigma, and Stony Brook University.

BitSight

Customers
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
Star rating
Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
5 stars
NASA, the New York Stock Exchange (ICE), Morningstar, Akamai, Bill.com, IAG, and ADP. Read our customer stories.
BitSight
Star rating
Customers include The University of North Florida, Snam, EPAM, and PROSA.
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
Customers include Symantec, Pepsico, Two Sigma, and Stony Brook University.

Predictive capabilities

The whole point of managing vendor risk is to head off incidents down the road. This makes the ability of the solution to predict data breaches and other incidents a key consideration. What differentiates predictive capability is how well the methodology that determines the security ratings applies to actual breach vectors.

  • BitSight/SecurityScorecard - The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur. Both companies include additional data, but lack the transparency to prove the efficacy of their scores.
  • UpGuard - Because UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across the internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking and DNS issues. The UpGuard methodology has been refined based on the actual data breaches we have discovered and reported to the world.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

Predictive capabilities
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that's only one possible way a data breach can occur. Yes, they use additional data but lack the transparency to prove the efficacy of their scores

BitSight

Predictive capabilities
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.
5 stars
As UpGuard checks for misconfigurations across your Internet footprint, many important breach vectors are covered, including phishing, ransomware susceptibility (like WannaCry), man-in-the-middle attacks, DNSSEC, vulnerabilities, email spoofing, domain hijacking, and DNS issues.
BitSight
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that’s only one possible way a data breach can occur.
SecurityScorecard
Star rating
The IP reputation methodology helps catch active malware installations, but that's only one possible way a data breach can occur. Yes, they use additional data but lack the transparency to prove the efficacy of their scores

Security rating

For an example of vendor risk scoring, let’s take a look at all three companies through UpGuard’s Cyber Security Ratings and see how they compare as of January 2nd, 2018. Although all risk ratings are good, UpGuard leads the pack, with nearly 200 points on BitSight.

BitSight

SecurityScorecard

UpGuard Security Rating
BitSight
UpGuard Security Rating
SecurityScorecard
UpGuard Security Rating

Conclusion

Deciding which solution best suits your needs depends on the objectives of your cyber risk initiative. IP reputation can sometimes detect malware signals that are attributed to the address space owned by a company, but UpGuard’s cyber resilience strategy looks at each company’s internet footprint and examines all of the vectors by which data exposure and service outage occur, including misconfigurations, a leading cause of successful attacks, and one undetected by IP reputation tactics. With vendor questionnaire integration, only UpGuard manages the entire third party cyber risk process, end-to-end. UpGuard is also the only company to offer an internal cyber risk management solution, Core, allowing organizations to completely manage primary risk as well.

UpGuard's easy to use platform is a complete cyber security ratings platform that gives you great insight into your security posture and your vendors and how your organization's security posture is perceived from the outside. Giving you and your business partners a clear understanding of how and where to improve your cybersecurity, information security to prevent cyber attacks and reduce cyber security threats.

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