As more and more of the procurement and sourcing lifecycle moves online, the opportunities for hackers to infiltrate an organisation has grown exponentially.
In the current climate of record fines for data breaches and customer privacy violations, ignorance is no longer sustainable.
Darkbeam is helping teams to embed digital risk insights into existing procurement processes. Our solutions provide the intelligence you need to identify high-risk suppliers and productively engage with vendors to help them understand which issues need to be remediated.
Make sourcing decisions with confidence
Improve due diligence during the sourcing process
Use digital risk to shortlist suppliers and help make final award decisions
Embed digital risk into your supplier performance criteria
Continuous threat monitoring during the contract lifecycle
Audit a supplier's digital risk as part of the renewals process
Meet your compliance and regulatory requirements
Ensure connectivity to suppliers complies with security best practice
Build security standards requirements into contracts
CYBER AWARENESS TRAINING
When it comes to protecting sensitive company information and maintaining business as usual, the supply chain presents a significant risk for organisations. Regardless of investment in infrastructure, people both internally and across your supply base should act as the first line of defence against cyber threats.
Cybercriminals rely on human error to compromise interconnected software and systems across the supply chain. Anyone using a laptop or mobile device at work, on the move or at home is potentially a risk.
To help our clients combat this challenge, we offer cyber awareness training designed for procurement and supply chain professionals. Our interactive Cyber Stars sessions help users to understand business email compromise attacks and other cybercrime methods they're likely to encounter.
To date we've helped organisations including HSBC, AON and Barclays to improve their cyber security processes and establish lasting behavioural change.
A data-led approach is the best way to guarantee a healthy supply chain, mitigate risk and ensure companies are fully prepared for change.
- Brian Alster, Global Head of Supply & Compliance, Dun & Bradstreet