Burgeoning Demand for Third-Party Risk Management: Ripe Business Opportunity for Security Services Providers

Burgeoning Demand for Third-Party Risk Management: Ripe Business Opportunity for Security Services Providers

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31-Aug-2018
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Research Code: 9B0F-00-60-00-00
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For organizations, large and small, the use of third-party vendors in a variety of functions is a recurring part of their operations. And like malicious insiders, cyber criminals, hactivists, and nation-states, the cyber risks associated with third-party vendors should receive similar attention across all stages of cyber risk management: identification, assessment, prevention, and response. However, as we show in this insight, most organizations admit they are not managing third-party risk adequately, and project that this situation will worsen.

Building from our research on the managed and professional security services market, we contend that TPRM is a business opportunity with strong upside for security services providers. However, in our opinion, for these providers to gain that upside, their proficiency in TPRM must be melded with their existing assets and attributes, and packaged for organizations of all sizes. Before describing how our bullish view on the business opportunity in TPRM can materialize, we review available research on organizations’ viewpoints on third-party risk.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Organizations’ Viewpoints on Third-Party Risk

Seizing Upon the TPRM Business Opportunity

What Security Service Providers Must Do to Succeed and Profit in TPRM

Optiv Grabbing the Bull by the Horns

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

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For organizations, large and small, the use of third-party vendors in a variety of functions is a recurring part of their operations. And like malicious insiders, cyber criminals, hactivists, and nation-states, the cyber risks associated with third-party vendors should receive similar attention across all stages of cyber risk management: identification, assessment, prevention, and response. However, as we show in this insight, most organizations admit they are not managing third-party risk adequately, and project that this situation will worsen. Building from our research on the managed and professional security services market, we contend that TPRM is a business opportunity with strong upside for security services providers. However, in our opinion, for these providers to gain that upside, their proficiency in TPRM must be melded with their existing assets and attributes, and packaged for organizations of all sizes. Before describing how our bullish view on the business opportunity in TPRM can materialize, we review available research on organizations’ viewpoints on third-party risk.
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Author Michael Suby
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 9B0F-00-60-00-00
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GPS Codes 3031,9455,9477,D562