Your organization may be using a cybersecurity rating to assess your risk exposure, including that of your third parties. Much like a credit score, the rating represents a number that is easy to understand and communicate. Essentially, the score answers two key questions:
1. How well is your company doing from a cybersecurity perspective?
2. What is the likelihood of your company getting breached within the next twelve months?
But not all ratings are created equally, and you’re current cybersecurity rating might not be a good representation of your risk exposure.
Here are 4 reasons your current cybersecurity risk rating may not be accurate:
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