Understanding the difference between risk assessment and risk analysis can help you prioritize your risk mitigation strategies to maintain a security-first approach to information security.
Risk prioritization in project management requires internal stakeholder communication to define, analyze, and organize risks.
Understanding the variety of compliance technology solutions available can help you find the right one to enable your organization.
Continuous auditing tools enable you to prove that your security-first compliance program not only protects your environment but also aligns to standards and regulations.
Compliance officers in the insurance industry need resources that streamline their risk management processes to ensure a robust cybersecurity compliance posture.
Audit logs track access to your data environment that allow you to track and assess control effectiveness. These five best practices can help you get started with an audit log management program.
Using automation enables continuous monitoring so that you can establish a security first real-time compliance program that protects your information effectively.
The road to continuous compliance may be paved with good intentions, but you need documentation of effective controls. These six steps to continous compliance can help you get started.
Big data, predictive analytics, and prescriptive analytics help lock down your IT environment to protect your information from external threats.
A risk management information system (RMIS) allows you to automate many of the difficult to organize tasks involved in compiling, storing, and communicating risk information.