A third-party data breach occurs when a trusted external organization, such as a vendor, supplier, or service provider, experiences a security incident or unauthorized access that leads to the exposure, theft, or compromise of sensitive data belonging to their clients or partners.
To mitigate these risks effectively, organizations need to establish robust access control mechanisms that go beyond the traditional boundaries of their own infrastructure.
Security gaps created by third-party relationships in the B2B space
Proven strategies and solutions to effectively close these critical security gaps
How applying policy-based access control can help solve Zero Trust
Read the whitepaper now and learn the modern approach to managing B2B access control and third-party risk.