RiskRecon is a company providing security assessment services for enterprises from the financial, insurance, healthcare, and energy industries. It develops a SaaS platform that manages the risk reality of interconnected IT ecosystems by delivering security performance measurements. RiskRecon also provides solutions for third-party and enterprise risk management as well as mergers and acquisitions.

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Parent CompanyMastercard
HQSalt Lake City, UT, US
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RiskRecon was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, US

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Key People/Management at RiskRecon

Michael Fowkes

Michael Fowkes

Chief Technology Officer
Peter Kobs

Peter Kobs

Executive Vice President, Sales
Jesse Card

Jesse Card

Vice President, Software Development
Chris Charles

Chris Charles

Vice President, Operations
Jon Ehret

Jon Ehret

Vice President, Strategy & Risk
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RiskRecon Office Locations

RiskRecon has offices in Salt Lake City and Boston
Salt Lake City, UT, US (HQ)
5241 S State St Unit 3
Boston, MA, US
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RiskRecon Financials and Metrics

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$40 m


In total, RiskRecon had raised $40 m. RiskRecon is a subsidiary of Mastercard

RiskRecon Operating Metrics

Mar, 2021

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RiskRecon News and Updates

RiskRecon expands cybersecurity risk monitoring to 3.9 million

RiskRecon marked the expansion of its cybersecurity risk monitoring to 3.9 million companies globally. The essential insights into the health of digital ecosystems delivered by RiskRecon enables its clients to easily understand and act on their cybersecurity risks.

RiskRecon Grows Third-Party Cybersecurity Risk Monitoring to 4 Million

RiskRecon, a leading provider of cybersecurity risk ratings, today marked the expansion of its cybersecurity risk monitoring to 4.1 million companies globally. The essential insights into the health of digital ecosystems delivered by RiskRecon, enables its clients to easily understand and act on the…

LevelUP, SecZetta, and RiskRecon Announce New Total TPRM Offering in Third-Party Risk Management

LevelUP Consulting Group, a leading provider of professional services for managing risk, today announced a new Total Third-Party Risk Management (Total TPRMTM) solution offering in partnership with SecZetta, the leading provider of third-party identity risk solutions, and RiskRecon, a leading cybers…

Internet-exposed Orion servers drop 25% since SolarWinds breaches announced

One in four SolarWinds Orion servers exposed to the internet at the time of an era-defining espionage campaign have been taken off the internet, RiskRecon reports. Orion is one of several platforms used in a broad espionage campaign widely believed to be orchestrated by Russian intelligence disco…

Many SolarWinds Customers Failed to Secure Systems Following Hack

According to RiskRecon, a risk assessment firm, many companies that were exposed to the SolarWinds Orion espionage campaign have not followed protocol and taken necessary measures to disclose the incident. Several companies are still exposing malicious software to the internet, according to the firm…

RiskRecon and CyberGRX provide orgs with a contextual view of their third-party cyber risk

RiskRecon and CyberGRX announced a strategic partnership to provide organizations with a complete, contextual view of their third-party cyber risk posture. CyberGRX customers can now view RiskRecon ratings for every vendor in the CyberGRX Exchange based on continuously updated data.
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RiskRecon Blogs

Who’s making waves with multi-party data breaches?

This article is dedicated to the "who" in “who is creating multi-party data breaches?” You could argue that we should have started here since every one of these incidents began with someone who precipitated everything we’ve discussed so far. But that’s exactly why we saved this for last;…

How do ripple multi-party breaches propagate?

Where do ripple events stem from? This question may well be top of mind now more than ever, as these types of events become commonplace. That is why we made it a point to learn as much as we could about how these incidents, or their impacts, spread from the initial victim organization to…

Log4j: The Latest and How To Stay Protected

What We Know On December 10, 2021, Apache released an advisory for a critical vulnerability in the Log4j version 2.x application. Log4j is a Java-based logging system commonly used in commercial and proprietary Java and other web and server applications. The Log4j vulnerability was assi…

Ransomware is Being Detonated Seven Days a Week

Based on analysis of over 600 publicly reported ransomware events, RiskRecon has discovered that criminals are detonating ransomware at targeted organizations seven days a week, leaving no time for enterprises to shore up their security operations.

GoDaddy Announces Security Incident: How to Know if You Are Impacted

On November 22, 2021, the popular web hosting provider GoDaddy announced that an unauthorized third party accessed their Managed WordPress hosting environment. Beginning on September 6, 2021, the unauthorized third party accessed the email address and customer number of 1.2 million activ…

What caused the surge in ripple events?

Having taken a few different readings about the size and scope of these digital tsunamis, our next question is what causes them. There are several ways we can examine that. We’ll start by dividing up events into high-level categories, then grouping them according to common incident patte…
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RiskRecon Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was RiskRecon founded?

    RiskRecon was founded in 2015.

  • Who are RiskRecon key executives?

    RiskRecon's key executives are Michael Fowkes, Peter Kobs and Jesse Card.

  • How many employees does RiskRecon have?

    RiskRecon has 92 employees.

  • Who are RiskRecon competitors?

    Competitors of RiskRecon include UpGuard, BitSight and SecurityScorecard.

  • Where is RiskRecon headquarters?

    RiskRecon headquarters is located at 5241 S State St Unit 3, Salt Lake City.

  • Where are RiskRecon offices?

    RiskRecon has offices in Salt Lake City and Boston.

  • How many offices does RiskRecon have?

    RiskRecon has 2 offices.