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Interos and RiskRecon Gather Sen. Mark Warner, Dr. Richard Haass, and Other Industry Luminaries at Inaugural Summit on Third Party Risk
The summit will feature a series of discussions among widely recognized experts at the nexus of financial services, cybersecurity, and risk management – providing attendees with practical advice for implementing stronger third-party risk management strategy and a glimpse into the future of supply chain resilience post-COVID.
An interview with NASA’s Kanitra Tyler talks about how Interos has helped the agency redefine Supply Chain Risk Management. “Our success with this tool ultimately led to our program becoming a shared service across NASA,” said Tyler.
Interos CEO Jennifer Bisceglie was interviewed by PYMNTS on the complexities surrounding supply chain risk data – and why it’s more important than ever to secure it.
Sponsored by TMC, the awards recognize “hardware, software, devices/peripherals, applications and services that help society and business function effectively in the face of challenges caused by Pandemics.”
Partnership will enable companies to identify, continuously monitor, and respond to cyber, concentration, financial, and geographic risk hidden deep in digital supply chains
Interos Announces New Capabilities to Simplify Collection and Sharing of Advanced Supply Chain Risk Information Across Multiple Enterprise Functional Teams
Built on the new Interos Resilience Operations Center (IROC™) Framework for The Earliest Detection and Fastest Response to Vulnerability and Distress in Enterprise Supply Chains
COVID-19 Driving Urgency for Third-Party Risk Visibility, Market Leader Interos Growing Exponentially
As COVID-19 drives urgency for Third Party Risk Management, Interos continued its exponential growth, achieving 961% revenue growth since Jan. 2019, and expanding staff by 40% this year.
The Arlington risk management platform raised $17.5 million in March, aiming to expand its workforce and boost sales. It already tripled its headcount and increased annual recurring revenue by 700% in 2019, the company has said, aiming to double its more than 60-person headcount in 2020.
Companies don’t exist in a vacuum. Organizations of all sizes and across all industries rely on a complex web of connections and partnerships to get things done every day.
Washington Business Journal: Data Insecurity - a new DOD cyber mandate creates mounting challenges — and business opportunity — for contractors
Contractors must meet a brand-new security requirement to compete for DOD contracts. It’s raised a lot of questions — and birthed a niche industry.
Washington Business Journal: This risk management startup has raised $17.5M in new funding with another big-name backer
Arlington risk management platform Interos Inc. has raised $17.5 million in a new funding round as it seeks to expand its workforce and boost sales, the company said in an announcement Thursday.
Interos, the first and only multi-tier, multi-factor third-party risk management platform, today announced the general availability of Interos v2.0, a cloud-based solution for third-party risk management.
The Today Show mentions Interos recent report on Supply Chains and Election Security
Cynthia McFadden interviews and investigates America’s voting infrastructure – skip to 5:30 to hear about Interos’ research.
CheddarTV speaks with Interos’ CEO Jennifer Bisceglie on Interos’ report on voting machine supply chains
The report, released on Dec 16th, discusses the surprising connections beween a major voting machine and global suppliers – including companies in China and Russia.
Interos, the first and only multi-tier, multi-factor third-party risk management platform, today released a study that illustrates the ability to illuminate links between components used in a popular voting machine, and potential global risks in access from other countries.
Kleiner Perkins Veteran Ted Schlein talks about the necessity of 3rd Party Risk Management – And Interos
Ted Schlein, Kleiner Perkins “security guy” talks about the firm’s reboot – and about Interos. “I think as the world has become one big interconnected economy by using technology our supply chains have become completely intermixed with one another,” said Schlein. “Most companies might know their first line of business relationship, but how do they really know who they do business with? It’s been impossible before Interos.”