How GRC solutions help companies meet GDPR requirements

In May of 2018, companies raced to the finish line to accomplish GDPR compliance. Given that it was the first year of GDPR, many industry experts expected to not see any companies fined. That is all going to change in the year ahead. In January 2019, Google was hit with the first major GDPR fine of $57 million, putting an end to the unspoken grace period. Companies should recognize this…

Enterprise Risk Management

  Risk Management (VRM) allows organizations to proactively manage IT security risks by combining asset business context, actionable threat intelligence, vulnerability assessment results, and comprehensive workflows – More secure organization with proactive management of IT security risks – Accurate identification and prioritization of vulnerability issues – Link audit procedures and results to enterprise risks and controls. – Assign, measure, and report on vulnerability program KPIs

What makes a great risk management team?

Keeping steady hands on the corporate tiller, risk managers have very specific traits that can flourish in contrasting yet complementary ways Keith Ricketts –  vice president of Sword Active Risk. Much like risks themselves, risk managers come in all shapes and sizes. However, in terms of character inflections and outlook, there is, in fact, a stereotypical risk-manager mentality – and our research shows that about 60% fall broadly into this…

Rivo Positions in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Operational Risk Management

Rivo today announced it has been named in its second Gartner Magic Quadrant report of 2014, recognized as a global player in Operational Risk Management (ORM). Rivo, the leader in enterprise software-as-a-service based safety, security, sustainability, supply chain and analytics solutions, today announced it has been named in its second Gartner Magic Quadrant report of 2014, recognised as a global player in Operational Risk Management* (ORM). On May 6th of…

4 Key Points: Internal Audit Versus Risk Management

There are gaps and different viewpoints on internal audit versus risk management. It begins by recognizing that there should be a relationship between the two areas. In theory, everyone in the company should be concerned with risk management, but not all support or plan risk management, unlike in internal auditing, says Jo Willaert, Corporate Risk Manager at Belgium’s Agfa-Gevaert Group. source : cfoinnovation.com