When security practitioners research products as part of their purchasing due diligence, they look for independent and objective reviews that inform their decision. This is exactly what Cyber Ratings does for security products and services.
In this article we explore:
It can be a struggle to find independent or objective evaluation of technology. Good vendors will provide case studies, use cases, testimonials, and ratings, but what prospects really want is independent and objective analysis and product ratings.
A Product Rating is a forecast, an expert opinion about a product’s capacity to meet its obligations to consumers over time. Product ratings inform consumers — enhancing transparency and enabling them to focus on considerations that are most critical to their organizations
CyberRatings.org helps organizations navigate the cybersecurity landscape, providing them with reliable information to make informed decisions about the cybersecurity products and services they use.
There are six things that Cyber Ratings assess:
We all read vendor marketing to learn about a topic. But, it’s like learning cards in a casino. The big benefit of Cyber Ratings is that they will teach you how to play cards, but they aren’t a casino:
Cyber Ratings makes more sense when more people have cyber security training. Check out our deep dive on that here.