Successful implementation of an enterprise risk management (ERM) strategy must include involving the correct people in your organization, developing and effectively communicating your ERM value proposition, and utilizing innovative risk management software to create sustainable, repeatable processes that in- corporate ERM as part of a business unit’s daily activities.
The practice of Enterprise Risk Management has been around as long as there have been enterprises, but now technology has caught up and organizations can take advantage of effective enterprise risk management processes to optimize the level of risk.
Seeing is believing. That’s why conveying risk data in visual formats can make such an impact: When data is visual, it’s easier for stakeholders to comprehend complex concepts and detect trends. This can lead to more informed and expedient decision making, and ultimately, more proactive risk management.
Integrated risk management brings together all areas of risk effectively and efficiently, reducing costs and enabling insights that have previously been unobtainable. With integrated risk management there is one source of the truth, consistent overview of risks, economies of scale, and efficiencies in treating risk.
RSA Archer provides business risk management solutions that allow you to start your risk and compliance program and chart the path that makes the most sense for your organization. View the infographic to understand how business-driven security solutions can enable you take command of risk.
SecurityScorecard allows Al to engage in third-party risk management in a way akin to a large firm. Now Liquidnet as a whole can take a proactive approach to information security and start a conversation with a third-party based on what SecurityScorecard has detected rather than having to wait for a critical vulnerability or security event to happen.
RSA Archer Maturity Models guide organizations through the journey from baseline risk management to optimized processes that balance opportunities and risks. View the Maturity Model Snapshot to discover the stages of maturing your assessment & authorization and continuous monitoring processes.
It’s plain and simple: A glut of regulations are forcing IT security professionals, vendor managers, and risk managers to work more directly with third parties to close the loop on security risks. At the same time, the methods for proving compliance are expensive, time consuming, and ineffective at remediating security issues. The irony speaks volumes about the gaps between the law, legal guidelines and standards, and reality of information security risk.