How to Conduct a Vendor Security Review
In business, a vendor is a person or company that sells goods or services to another company or individual. The term commonly refers to suppliers or providers of products or services and can be applied to a wide range of industries and businesses. Businesses often call them suppliers, especially in the UK and Europe. A vendor security review is an essential process that helps organizations evaluate their vendors’ security posture and determine if they meet the necessary security and compliance requirements. Find out more about how to conduct a vendor security review from Iain Robertson on Wrangle’s blog.
What Is Access Request and How Do You Manage It?
Organizations must be thoughtful when providing access to internal systems. Security breaches can have a disastrous impact on an organization’s brand, not to mention the damage exposed customer data can have on an individual’s financial and personal life. There are best practices that should be followed that will help you ensure the security of your company data. An access request management policy can help. In this article on Wrangle’s blog, Bertram Nnalue can teach you what access request is all about.
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