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ProcessUnity's cloud-based solutions help organizations of all sizes automate their risk and compliance programs. Our technology delivers faster, better results, and the ability to scale governance, risk, and compliance programs over time. ProcessUnity products include the Vendor Risk Management and Cybersecurity Performance Management platforms.

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E-Book: 5 Essential Steps to Better Control Management for Cybersecurity Programs

by ProcessUnityAug 22, 2022

Optimizing key control activities allows your program to address security gaps while protecting your crown jewels. Download ProcessUnity's eBook 5 Essential Steps to Better Control Management for Cybersecurity Programs to learn how your organization can streamline control management for proven cybersecurity results. The E-Book features:

  • An introduction to cybersecurity control frameworks, including NIST, ISO and the Secure Controls Framework
  • Guidance to establish appropriate control ownership for enterprise-wide accountability
  • Best practices for assessing control performance internally and externally
  • Strategies for prioritizing remediation projects and control improvements to reduce security gaps
  • Tips for documenting and reporting on control performance to track issues over time
Improve your cybersecurity program today with efficient control management processes. Download ProcessUnity's eBook here.

Whitepaper: Aligning Internal Cybersecurity Practices with External Third-Party Risk Management

by ProcessUnityAug 22, 2022

What does it mean to prioritize cybersecurity throughout the extended enterprise in the modern threat landscape? Today's organizations are protecting their high-value assets and sensitive data from increased cyber attacks by addressing cybersecurity internally and externally. By aligning cybersecurity and third-party risk management, organizations identify the vulnerabilities present throughout the extended enterprise. This insight is crucial for organizations to develop a robust cybersecurity strategy that helps bolster their weakest links. ProcessUnity's best practice guide offers advice from cybersecurity and third-party risk management experts to help your organization:

  • Understand Internal and External Cybersecurity Risks: Review compliance risks, operational risks and information security risks within your organization and vendor population.
  • Manage Third-Party Cyber Risk: Develop a defined process for prioritizing, mapping and evaluating third-party cyber risk.
  • Evaluate Control Effectiveness: Gain a clear sense of control performance internally and externally to prioritize remediation projects.
  • Report on the State of Cybersecurity Throughout the Extended Enterprise: Create dynamic reports on control effectiveness internally and externally to track issues over time and stay ahead of future incidents.
Get started with a cross-functional cybersecurity strategy and improve your program results today. Download ProcessUnity's white paper now.

Whitepaper: Best Practices for Ongoing Vendor Monitoring

by ProcessUnityAug 22, 2022

Ongoing Vendor Monitoring is a foundational piece to an effective vendor risk management program. It ensures that risk mitigation strategies that were put in place at the beginning of a contract remain in place throughout the entire vendor relationship. But how do you keep pace?

This white paper will provide practical tips for ongoing vendor monitoring and strategies for resolving third-party risk proactively.

Download this whitepaper to learn:

  • Properly scope due diligence based on vendor criticality
  • Design review cadences using inherent risk calculations
  • Incorporate expert ratings into review processes
  • Improve vendor response rates, times and quality
  • Integrate vendor service reviews with assessment processes
  • Prepare contingency plans for unforeseen situations

Whitepaper: Create A Sustainable Cybersecurity Program with Security Control Frameworks

by ProcessUnityAug 22, 2022

Too often cybersecurity programs rely on a patchworked process for managing risk and regulatory requirements. Fortunately, today's organizations can maximize the success of their cybersecurity programs by taking advantage of control frameworks. A standard framework or a metaframework offers industry-recognized cybersecurity standards to streamline compliance and control efficacy. Download ProcessUnity's newest guide for practical advice on selecting a cybersecurity framework and mapping your controls across various standards and regulations. Download the guide to explore:

  • Strategies for identifying your organizational data (risks, assets and third parties), grouping it within criticality tiers, and assigning ownership
  • Practical advice for selecting a standard cybersecurity framework to support your program
  • The advantages of leveraging pre-mapped controls with an industry-standard metaframework like the Secure Controls Framework (SCF)
  • How to map your organizational components - controls, assets and risks - to your framework(s)
  • Best practices for assessing cybersecurity controls with a questionnaire-based approach
  • Ways to leverage program data and metrics for board-level reporting, program maturity and certification

Whitepaper: How to Defend Against Third-Party Ransomware Attacks

by ProcessUnityAug 22, 2022

Every 11 seconds, a business falls victim to a ransomware attack. A growing number of these attacks originate with third-party vendors, which means that shoring up your internal security is not enough. Even if you put strong security measures in place, your vendors and other partners may not (putting you at risk). ProcessUnity's new white paper offers best practices that will help you mitigate risk, avoid data breaches, and keep your organization secure from third-party ransomware attacks. In this guide, you will discover:

  • A proven, 7-step process to avoid ransomware attacks when working with vendors, suppliers, and other partners
  • How to build a repeatable and scalable process for onboarding new vendors and assessing their risk
  • Where to find the weak links in your supply chain
  • How to prepare for a breach (taking these steps in advance will save you endless loss and frustrations when you or a vendor experiences an attack)
Learn how to identify the weak links in your supply chain. Download the FREE white paper—How to Defend Against Third-Party Ransomware Attacks—now.