- SecurityGate — a SaaS-based cybersecurity improvement platform purpose-built for critical infrastructure — has announced the availability of the integration of SecurityScorecard ratings in its assessment and remediation platform
SecurityGate — a SaaS-based cybersecurity improvement platform purpose-built for critical infrastructure — has announced the availability of the integration of SecurityScorecard ratings in its assessment and remediation platform. And this partnership enables SecurityGate customers to contextualize cybersecurity risk in their IT/OT risk management programs.
“We see the partnership with SecurityScorecard as a cornerstone of our mission to bridge the gap between OT & IT risk stakeholders. We’re excited to offer our clients SecurityScorecard’s external ratings as part of a holistic view of risk across people, process and technology,” said Ted Gutierrez, Co-Founder & CEO, SecurityGate.
SecurityGate is known for replacing the spreadsheet-based methods that prevent organizations from scaling risk controls assessment and remediation efforts. And with SecurityGate, organizations can automate sending questionnaires, collecting responses, mapping risk, and business criticality, and generating recommended remediation plans. As a result, each stakeholder has a real-time and historical understanding of controls-related risk in a dynamic risk environment.
“Strategic technology partners with domain expertise in market segments are essential to SecurityScorecard’s success and leadership in the security ratings market,” added Shaun Mahoney, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships & Alliances, SecurityScorecard. “As we continue to double down on driving innovation in the space, we are focused on finding the best partners to help operationalize our Security Ratings in the market.”
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