Sisense chooses Panorays to improve its third-party security risk process

The Israeli unicorn, which developed an AI-driven cloud platform, is stepping up its security assessment game, which was previously done manually

Sisense chooses Panorays to improve its third-party security risk process

Panorays founders Meir Antar, Matan Or-El, and Demi Ben Ari. Photo credit: Credit: Nicky Trok

Israeli unicorn Sisense, which develops an AI-driven cloud platform for has selected fellow Israeli company Panorays as its third-party security risk management solution.

According to Sisense’s Senior Risk and Compliance Manager, Ra’Monne Hayes, the company chose Panorays for its automated questionnaires, external digital footprint assessments, and risk ratings that include the context of the business relationship with the vendor. Prior to switching to the new plaform, Sisense assessed its vendors’ security using a lengthy manual process.

“The Panorays platform gives me a holistic view of vendor security and removes the manual effort so we don’t have to plug away for hours to get that information,” said Hayes. “It also allows me to have a conversation with the vendor about remediating issues and has been really useful for contract talks.”

Panorays CEO and Co-Founder Matan Or-El noted, “It’s important for us to work together with our customers so that they can easily, rapidly and securely do business with their vendors, suppliers and partners. We are very pleased to have delivered a solution that truly fits Sisense’s needs.”

Sisense provides organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer and employee applications and workflows. For six years in a row, Sisense has also been named one of Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, and serves over 2,000 clients worldwide.

Panorays is a rapidly growing provider of third-party security risk management software, offered as a SaaS-based platform. The company serves enterprise and mid-market customers primarily in North America, the UK and the EU, and has been adopted by banking, insurance, financial services and healthcare organizations, among others. It is headquartered in New York and Israel. 

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