Analysis is performed through a big data layer.
Ratings that reﬂect the unique business and technology relationship between the company and the third party.
Panorays pinpoints the affected asset and provides a detailed description of the cyber gap and easy to follow “how-to-ﬁx” instructions.
Ratings are context-based, depending on the unique relationship between the third party and the company.
Ratings are aggregates of further detailed ratings ultimately based on thousands of tests and inquiry results.
It is possible to view a third party’s rating in the following structured manner:
Every once in a while, a third party – or even the company – may want to dispute the rating. For example, it may happen that the unveiled asset is not under the possession of the third party. Or, it may be that a company’s risk appetite is larger, allowing a third party to knowingly inject web code as part of its marketing platform.
Whatever the case, deﬁning what is disputable is part of the third party-company relationship. We understand that. For that reason, the Panorays platform provides the option to dispute a test within the platform. Both the third party and the company are required to validate the disputed ﬁnding and agree to reject it. There is no need for emails, phone calls or any other out-of-band methods – all communication is performed within the platform and each side is notiﬁed in real time.
Once both parties agree, the Panorays platform will automatically reevaluate the company, removing the disputed ﬁnding from the third party’s security rating calculation.