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Vendor Security Alliance To Improve Cybersecurity Of Third-Party Providers
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10/24/2016 | 10:39:51 AM
Vendor Security Alliance...
Great idea and makes a lot of sense. I think much like the utility model of cloud based IT Infrastructure services, Cyber Security Assurance services can mature and benefit from a standards based utility model that allows technology vendors a reasonable and predictable path to gain reasonable security assurance standard (and attestation) that a lot of consumer companies can subscribe to, without having to hire their own staff of cyber security assurance experts.

 


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