Over the last month, companies of all sizes have been in incident response mode due to the recent SolarWinds breach. This incident has been a front page headline driving management teams and Boards to initiate comprehensive reviews on the impact to their company but also to their third-party supply chains. Privva offered its platform at no cost to assist companies in quickly distributing assessments so they could review the implications of this breach on their supply chain.
2020 was the year of Murphy’s Law: if something could go wrong, it did. In the case of the SolarWinds Orion platform hack, things went spectacularly wrong on the scale of Fourth of July fireworks. The last two months have involved a lot of scrambling for companies impacted by the breach. Privva is here to help our clients understand their risk level and take action to safeguard their networks. So with that in mind, let’s answer the million-dollar question: did the SolarWinds
Most firms have extensive cybersecurity measures in place, but emerging or unclear regulatory requirements embroil them in a never-ending cycle of evaluation, best-practices review, and implementation. Firms don’t just need to have their own systems secured; a responsible firm must also reduce the risk of breach at their third-party vendors. This risk continues to grow as cloud service providers gain acceptance in law firms. As cloud service providers become commonplace, so t
Privva Assists NetApp to Complete Security Assessments of Their Law Firms Connie Brenton and the NetApp team set their sights on developing a vendor risk management program to evaluate their law firms. NetApp wanted to reduce the strain on their information security resources, as well as those of the law firms, so that they can focus on keeping data safe. Read the full article here to find out more about how NetApp was able to develop a clearer picture of their security risks
In December 2020 when SolarWinds, a company that makes network monitoring software, reported SolarWinds Orion products had been corrupted with malware, United States federal agencies and organizations scrambled to measure any potential exposure. Privva’s clients, however, were able to quickly distribute a breach impact survey to their third-party vendors to determine their potential exposure. The survey was sent out to 1,000+ vendors and immediate responses were received allo