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The Most Common Third-Party Cyber Gaps Revealed
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The Most Common Third-Party Cyber Gaps Revealed

By Aviva Spotts Feb 10, 20221 min read

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a sneak peek at all the upcoming 2022 cyberattacks? Yes, it would be. But, since that’s not going to happen, we’ve done the next best thing. 

Panorays used data from our cyber posture evaluations of tens of thousands of third parties from various industries over an extensive period of time to find the most common cyber gaps in 2021. Our focus was on cyber gaps that would likely have a significant impact on the resilience of your vendors, and by extension, on your organization.

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So what are some of the most common third-party security risks and how may they be jeopardizing your business?

  • Significant web assets not protected by Web Application Firewall pose grave concern as websites and apps are frequent attack targets.
  • Insufficient security team personnel add fuel to the flame in this climate of increased cyber incidents.

If you want to learn more about these cyber gaps, as well as the other top gaps that can be exploited by cyber criminals, download this report to reveal the most common ones and tips to address them.

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Aviva Spotts

Aviva Spotts is Content Writer at Panorays. She loves all things cyber–especially when she gets to write about it–and is famous for talking about herself in the third-person.

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