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Technical Cyber Security Rating

The Most Comprehensive and Accurate Technical Intelligence.

The Black Kite Technical Rating provides easy-to-understand letter grades and defensible data details behind 20 risk categories. The non-intrusive report passively evaluates third parties, and does not touch an organization’s systems or network assets.

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Easy-to-Understand Letter GradesCalculated by Defensible Data

Black Kite follows and applies commonly-used frameworks developed by the MITRE Corporation for scoring software weaknesses in a consistent, flexible, and transparent manner, converting highly technical terms into simple letter grades.

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1X A
3X B
5X C
7X D
8X F
8X more likely to be breached
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Black Kite provides a graphical distribution in the form of a heat map to determine the status and severity of each finding. Our platform leverages MITRE and NIST to further confirm the criticality of each threat.

Powerful Performance behind 20 Categories

The total score is a weighted average of 20 category components, providing unmatched breadth and insight into detected vulnerabilities.

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