Continuous IT Risk Management
Your systems & cyber risks change every month. Help your risk program keep up.
It's About the Crown Jewels
Are your risk controls really being applied to the data and systems that need them most?
Helping CEOs Sleep At Night
Being breached does not equal liability, but failing to prepare does.
The easiest, fastest and most cost-effective way to implement continuous IT risk management.
Focus your risk management program on your most critical assets and resources - your information crown jewels.
Ensure that your best practices are actually being applied to the information assets that need them most.
Then make it continuous, so that changes that increase risk can be handled properly before they become real problems.
Executives and the Board
A breach does not necessarily mean liability, but failing to prepare does. As an officer or director in today’s cyber-world, being prepared means ensuring that your company’s risk program is continuous and is focused on your crown jewel data and software systems.
Why Continuous Matters
Auditing your controls every 12-18 months just doesn’t cut it in a world where software systems and cyber threats change weekly. Risk scoring must be performed continuously as changes occur, with easy and effective prompts, automatic alerts, and regular executive updates.
Why Crown Jewels Matter
Most serious breaches can be traced back to control gaps in the applications that use your crown jewel data. Having policies and best practices won’t help you if they aren’t actually being applied to the data and software systems that need them the most.
Manage Supplier Risk
You can outsource operations, but you still own the risk. Your risk program needs to ensure that your suppliers are applying the same standards to your crown jewel data and applications that you do, and that third party connections are being properly managed.