SOURCE: Evantix


April 09, 2014 04:00 ET

Evantix Publishes 2013 Vendor Risk Management Year-in-Review Infographic

New Infographic Takes an Illustrative View of the Biggest Risk Management Events of Last Year

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 9, 2014) -  Evantix, a leading web-based vendor risk management platform, today announced it has published an infographic that highlights the significant cyber risk and security changes and events of last year. The infographic, Vendor Risk Management: A 2013 Year-in-Review, is available as a free, printable download at

Undoubtedly, 2013 was a busy year in the vendor risk management world. Third-party data breaches affected tens of millions of people as well as the National Security Agency. Key regulatory standards such as ISO/ISE 27001 and PCI DSS underwent major updates. The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) craze continued to grow, as did cloud computing. Vendor Risk Management: A 2013 Year-in-Review informatively highlights the events and trends that made last year so noteworthy.

"Keeping up with new risks and security concerns can be difficult for any company juggling vendors on a global scale," says Jason James, vice president of risk advisory services at Evantix. "This infographic looks back at what shaped vendor risk management in 2013 and offers a glimpse of what the future holds."

For additional information about this infographic or Evantix's products, please visit the company's website at

About Evantix
Evantix provides on-demand risk intelligence solutions that automate the process of risk analysis for enterprises that outsource to their suppliers. Evantix uses a unique and comprehensive process to deliver risk assessments based on a scoring method that allows all stakeholders to easily evaluate risk, readily share this information, and drastically reduce the cost of risk and compliance management. Evantix's leadership in information security, enterprise risk management, and compliance management combines to create a valuable solution for such global companies as eBay, Adobe, McGraw Hill, and PayPal. More information is available at