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Armed with subsequent agreements with Richmond, Virginia-based Risk Based Security Inc. and its database of 16,000 cyber incidents and Cambridge, Massachusetts-based BitSight Technologies and its...

Businesses have learned to embrace economic globalisation and have expanded operations around the world. A new report from BitSight studied how entering new countries can bring on financial,...

A new report from BitSight shows security performance in Brazil is among the worst in the developed nations. BigSight researchers analyzed the security performance of a random sample of 250 companies...

A report released on Thursday (May 26) stated that Brazilian businesses scored “significantly poorer” across a range of cybersecurity metrics when compared to other global markets, Reuters...
“Brazil has significantly poorer performance than the other countries included in the study,” the study from security ratings company BitSight explained.
U.S. businesses are some of the most secure in the world, but they still struggle to combat botnets and they leave networks open to common security vulnerabilities, according to security firm...
The U.S. has one of the highest IT security ratings, with the notable exception of preventing botnet infections, according to a new six-nation survey from BitSight Insights.
Companies based in Brazil have the lowest aggregate Security Rating, while companies in the UK, Germany and the United States have the highest, according to a new report that ranks the riskiest...
BitSight Technologies, the standard in Security Ratings, today released a new BitSight Insights report titled, “BitSight Insights Global View: Revealing Security Performance Metrics Across Major...
With the 2016 Summer Olympics just months away, Brazil’s IT readiness to host the Rio event is still up in the air. According to a recent BitSight Technologies report, the South American country...

A new report from BitSight Technologies highlights cyber security concerns too with security performance of companies in Brazil among the worst in the developed nations, meaning business dealings in...

The UK is among the countries with the highest business cyber-security rating among several other high-profile players, according to a new report by BitSight Technologies.

Companies based in Brazil perform poorly on email security, file-sharing practices and other metrics according to a study by BitSight, a security ratings company. “Nearly half of Brazil’s companies...

"Brazil has significantly poorer performance than the other countries included in the study," the study said.

The study, from Massachusetts-based security ratings company BitSight, found that Brazilian companies underperformed on metrics such as machine compromise rates, email security and file-sharing...

The study, from Massachusetts-based security ratings company BitSight, found that Brazilian companies underperformed on metrics such as machine compromise rates, email security and file-sharing...

The study, from Massachusetts-based security ratings company BitSight, found that Brazilian companies underperformed on metrics such as machine compromise rates, email security and file-sharing...
CRN profiles Carla Morss, Director of Worldwide Channel & Partner Alliances at BitSight.
Prediction #1: Enterprise CISOs realize that strong cybersecurity extends beyond the corporate LAN and that cyber-attacks and data breaches could easily start with third parties with access to the...

Jay Jacobs, Senior Data Scientist at BitSight writes why an informed approach to consuming popular infosec research is needed.

What do Target, T-Mobile and Home Depot have in common? Besides the fact that they have all had data breaches within the last three years. It’s the source of those breaches: third-party vendors.