What We Do
SecZetta provides third-party identity risk solutions that are easy to use, and purpose built to help organizations execute risk-based identity access and lifecycle strategies for non-employee populations.
How We Do It
With our solution, organizations are uniquely able to collect third-party, non-employee data in a collaborative and continuous manner, from both internal and external resources, throughout the lifecycle of the third party. This creates an authoritative source for third-party data that organizations can use to improve operational efficiency and accuracy in provisioning access, streamline compliance audits, assess risk, provide identity verification, and deprovision access at termination.Learn More
A no-code, purpose built, authoritative source of third-party data.
Internal/External Collaboration Hub
Easy-to-use portals for collaborative data collection from both internal & external resources.
Hybrid Identity / Risk Solution
A hybrid solution for identity & third-party risk management.
Identity consolidation that creates and maintains a global user identifier.
Third-Party Identity Risk Explained
Solutions by Role
CISOs and CIOs have a tough job. With technology solutions embedded in nearly all business processes and third-party users, non-employee outsiders who are given insider access to systems, data, and facilities, sometimes outnumbering full-time employees, securing the enterprise has never been a more daunting task.
Identity governance for employees is much more manageable than governance of third-party users. Managed fully by a single department (Human Resources or People Operations), the identity lifecycle of an employee is typically an orderly progression of managed activity, from the opening of a position, to the selection of candidates, the offer, screening and onboarding activities, managing access, job transfers, and termination.
The digitalization of the workforce and the rise of the gig economy has dramatically changed the structure of many organizations, which in turn has posed new challenges for HR teams. In addition to traditional full-time employees (FTEs), many HR teams and their peers in IT and cybersecurity are now faced with growing numbers of contractors, vendors, partners, affiliates, and freelancers – commonly grouped together as “non-employees.”
An ever-growing area of concentration in risk management is identifying and mitigating the risks that third parties introduce to an organization – and perhaps equally important, ensuring that third parties don’t introduce unmeasured risk.
Organizations in every almost every industry are utilizing more third-party, non-employees such as contractors, vendors, partners, supply chains, and non-humans like bots and service accounts to cost-effectively meet competitive pressures. While the business benefits are clear, the hidden costs and increased exposure to risk are often not.
Date: October 29, 2020 When Airbus decided to replace its aging IGA solution because the system could no longer scale to support it’s more than 200,000 non-employee users, Head of …
Date: Thursday, July 23, 2020 Efficiently and cost-effectively managing third-party, non-employee identities continues to be a struggle for most organizations. While some have tried unsuccessfully to solve the problem by …
Why We Do It
Organizations increasingly rely on third party, non-employee populations to support core business operations and competitive strategies. However, most organizations have no way to centrally track and manage their non-employee relationships and the access to enterprise assets their roles require.
According to a 2018 Ponemon Institute supply chain study, only a third of organizations had a list of all third parties they are sharing sensitive information with.
The Verizon Insider Threat Report identifies third-parties as one of the top 5 insider threats.
According to a Opus Ponemon study, more than half of all data breaches can be traced to third parties and only 16% of organizations say they can effectively mitigate third-party risks.
With SecZetta, organizations have better transparency into the dynamic relationships they have with each individual third-party identity. We reduce risk, increase operational efficiency and cut costs.
December 9, 2020 at 3:00pm EST
More so than ever before, organizations in almost every vertical industry are relying on growing and increasingly diverse numbers of third parties (contractors, vendors, partners, affiliates, volunteers, students, and freelancers) to provide the elasticity they need to quickly and cost-effectively expand and contract based on current operational needs.