on 2019-05-1406:55 PM - edited on 2022-08-0306:00 PM by ChristineTran
Recorded Future arms security teams with the only complete threat intelligence solution powered by patented machine learning to lower risk. Our technology automatically collects and analyzes information from an unrivaled breadth of sources and provides invaluable context in real time and packaged for human analysis or integration with security technologies.
Recorded Future’s Third Party Risk data is integrated with the Archer Third Party Risk Management use case. Via one simple PowerShell API script and one Archer File Transporter Data Feed, information from Recorded Future is ingested into Third Party Profile records. This information includes a risk score, a link to a vendor card on Recorded Future’s website for more information, and cross-references to several Risk Rule questionnaire records that provide information about specific risks facing the vendor. Additionally, the Risk Rating section of the Third Party Profile application is enhanced to provide an “Adjusted Risk” rating based on related Risk Rule records, as well as a “Final Risk” rating that allows users to document remediation from the risks identified by Recorded Future. This integration provides an enhanced, continually updated risk profile for each of your third party vendors that can be used as a high-level overview with the option to drill down into individual risk rules and web links for granular details about each vendor.
Recorded Future Third Party Risk Integration enables organizations to:
Track corporate emails and credentials found on the dark web
Review recent or frequent company mentions on the dark web
Evaluate domain abuse for domains registered to impersonate an organization's domains
Review vulnerable website technologies used by third parties which can be exploited and increase risk
Solution and Platform Information
Solution Area: Third Party Governance
Prerequisite Use Cases: Archer Third Party Catalog
The Recorded Future Third Party Risk Integration is an offering provided through the Archer Exchange to enhance your existing Archer implementation. To learn more about the Archer Exchange, please visit the Archer Exchange on the Archer Community.