RiskOptics

San Francisco, CA, USA
2009
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Vulnerability scans are essential to an effective cyber defense strategy, offering a proactive approach to uncover and mitigate potential threats before they can exploit your systems. At the forefront of this crucial practice are Tenable and RiskOptics, each offering comprehensive solutions designed to conduct thorough vulnerability assessments. These tools identify weaknesses and help prioritize and address them, significantly strengthening your overall security posture.
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If your business takes debit or credit card payments online or in person, you’ve most likely heard of “PCI DSS” or “PCI SSC.” These words relate to sensitive data security procedures, namely the controls that a retailer or payment processor should have to protect payment card data from cyber attacks. Being PCI compliant does not ensure a company’s systems are safe; nonetheless, it is a significant step in that direction.
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In today’s highly complex business landscape, enterprises are ever more aware of the need for robust governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) capabilities. Hence the demand for effective GRC platforms has never been higher. These platforms not only assure that organizations stay on the right side of regulations. They also secure your business against a plethora of cyber threats and streamline governance processes.
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The European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act emerged at the end of 2023 as a landmark law for the digital age and for the regulation of artificial intelligence. It is the world’s first comprehensive AI legislation to govern the ethical development and safe use of AI technologies. The “EU AI Act,” as it’s known, strives to impose a balanced framework as businesses automate manual tasks and deploy AI algorithms to drive efficiency and innovation.
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Implementing an effective governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) framework has become essential for businesses seeking to manage risk and assure regulatory compliance. That’s easier said than done, unfortunately. Given today’s challenging regulatory and security environments, organizations need robust GRC capabilities to align governance, risk, and compliance activities. The key is finding the right GRC platform to meet your specific GRC needs.
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In the digital age, assuring the security and integrity of IT infrastructure is paramount for businesses of all sizes. Vulnerability scanning plays a crucial role in identifying weaknesses in systems and networks, and forms the backbone of any robust cybersecurity strategy. What happens, however, when this critical step fails or encounters issues?
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In today’s digital age, protecting your organization’s information assets is paramount. An information security management system (ISMS) plays a crucial role in this endeavor, providing a structured approach to managing and protecting company information. This article explores how an ISMS supports risk management, its key elements, the main security objectives, and how to define and make your organization’s information security objectives both measurable and actionable.
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In the evolving landscape of governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) management, organizations increasingly rely on sophisticated software to navigate regulatory environments and mitigate risks. Among these solutions ZenGRC has emerged as a prominent player, but it does operate in a competitive market with capable alternatives.
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In the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence (AI), governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) professionals somehow need to navigate the increasingly complex challenges of trustworthy development, deployment, and monitoring of AI systems.
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The U.S. federal government has many laws and regulations intended to assure strong cybersecurity for government agencies. Two of the most important are the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). Both FISMA and FedRAMP have the same fundamental goal: to assure that federal agencies and their vendors protect government data. That said, they also differ in many ways.
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Watch how ZenGRC makes compliance easier for your compliance manager.
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Watch how ZenGRC makes compliance easier for your compliance manager.
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While Microsoft Excel is flexible and powerful, it’s not designed to track compliance initiatives. Some companies can get away with using an Excel spreadsheet for simple compliance requirements. However as your organization matures the need for compliance software will quickly grow.
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In an increasingly litigious society, you need technology that allows you to create business strategies based on these risks so that you protect your organization from the mistakes others make.
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Get best practices for purchasing and implementing a GRC software tool and get tips on how to leverage your tool for ongoing success.
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Learn how to scope PCI-DSS requirements for your business.
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This paper explores several dimensions of Vendor Risk Management. First, why are vendor risks proliferating-why now, and where do they come from? Second, what steps are necessary to manage vendor risks? And third, how can CISOs and compliance officers implement those steps in a practical way, so you don't spend all your time chasing vendors with risk management protocols?
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Compliance is a process and you need to understand the right steps to take at the right time. This eBook provides a roadmap for understanding where you fit on the compliance spectrum, how to measure trade offs between growth and compliance, and practical tips for dealing with auditors as you move through the compliance process.
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When companies first determine they need a formal compliance program, many are unclear if they need a compliance tool to manage it. Many companies turn to Microsoft Excel as the compliance tool of choice when first undertaking a GRC program. This eBook covers where Excel makes sense and how to know when your program has outgrown Excel.
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Find out how to simplify your compliance program and maximize your return on investment with this eBook.
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Struggling with GRC? It's Time to Take Charge. Learn how ZenGRC can help you solve your biggest compliance headaches.

ZenGRC -- the first, easy-to-use, enterprise-grade information security solution for compliance and risk management -- offers businesses efficient control tracking, testing, and enforcement.

ZenGRC is the SaaS remedy for legacy GRC heartburn. ZenGRC streamlines control management to provide tangible value because it speeds up audit and vendor management tracking and consolidates risk mitigation tasks. Since ZenGRC only takes 6-8 weeks to implement, you can speed compliance allowing your teams to focus on security work while saving time on mundane tasks keeping you safer.

Power Up Your Team and Accelerate Time to Value with ZenGRC:

  • Simple Deployment: Rapidly deploy a risk management and compliance program so you can focus on the security in information security compliance.
  • Unified Control Management: Map controls across multiple frameworks for visibility into defense mechanism strengths and weaknesses.
  • Centralized Dashboard: Access key metrics to build a compliance program that responds to the protection your information security program provides.

Compliance and Risk Management Made Simple.