“One of our vendors actually gave us access to their Whistic profile when we were doing a review with them. Once we saw the intuitiveness of the platform we realized that we didn’t have any follow-up questions for the vendor since it was all in Whistic. Simply put, we were hooked from the beginning.” Data Privacy and Compliance Officer, Formstack
The Whistic platform helps both buyers who need to assess vendors and sellers who need to establish trust.
Vendors create their profile in Whistic, based on industry standard frameworks, and include supporting documentation, audits and certifications.
These profiles are then published in the Whistic Trust Catalog or shared directly with individual customers.
Whistic profiles show information proactively published by vendors, and can also include additional intelligence through integration with some of the world’s most respected sources of security and privacy information.
Information from these respected intelligence sources is visible alongside data published by the vendor, providing a more complete and validated picture of overall security posture.
Enterprises now have access to security information from their current and potential vendors, and can utilize that information to perform full vendor assessments.
Both publishing your security profile and being able to access that published information on-demand are key components of proactive vendor security.
You don’t need to request a spreadsheet and wait weeks for a response. Simply access the information when you need it.
The information aggregated in the Whistic Trust Catalog can be shared directly with customers, requested from your website or published to other partner organizations.
Director of Information Security, Leading Marketing Automation Provider
VP of Engineering & Security Officer, Radar, Inc.
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