While there are many facets to a healthy cybersecurity program, such as identity management, strong access control points, and threat hunting, these external Internet-facing signals are critical to manage purposefully as they directly correlate to exploitability. There is absolute value in asking, "why do we look like this to the world?"
Here at Quickbase, our leadership began asking that question years ago, and it shows up in the daily work of our product, quality, reliability, security, and technology engineering teams in an exceptional and unique way, just as SecurityScorecard has observed.
As a market leader in the no-code space for over 20 years, we empower citizen development at thousands of organizations to reimagine how information is delivered and managed every day. The technology we provide carries with it a profound responsibility to protect our customer's data throughout its lifecycle, and that's only possible because every individual at Quickbase makes their personal commitment to embracing a culture of security.
As CISO, that's been heartening to witness and makes my role considerably more enjoyable. With Quickbase’s continued commitment to cybersecutity and the care of our customers’ data, we are thrilled to see this honor ensure that we are on the right track.
Who is SecurityScorecard?
SecurityScorecard, the largest firm in the cybersecurity risk rating industry, uses thousands of Internet-facing signals to rank the cyber-health of companies based on their velocity of correcting security issues and overall response to industry risks. SecurityScorecard then assembles this telemetry into a broadly consumable score (0-100) and associated letter grade (A, B, C, D, and F) to help organizations manage their risk and partner risk.