RSA Archer IT Risk Management enables you to catalog the organizational elements and IT assets for IT risk management purposes. The use case also includes a risk register to catalog IT risks, pre-built risk assessments for IT, a pre-built threat assessment methodology and a catalog to document IT controls.
Provides a means for creating a centralized catalog of organizational business and IT assets.
Offers a repository and standard taxonomy for IT risks and internal controls.
Includes pre-built IT risk assessments and a cyber threat assessment methodology, as well as an IT control library to enable documentation and assessment of IT controls.
Facilitates exception management and governance through appropriate risk acceptance and sign-off.
Provides a consolidated issue management process.
Enables centralized tracking of gaps and remediation activities for compliance issues.
Improve your organization’s overall risk posture with a clear view of your IT risk profile and structured processes for continuously monitoring emerging IT risks.
Accelerate processes for researching and understanding key risk and control requirements. Clearly articulate the organization’s IT risk posture to management and regulators.
Reduce the risk of business disruption due to outages, cyber attacks, improperly configured software, and other IT-related events and issues, whether cloud-based or on-premises.
Improve communication and understanding of IT control requirements to reduce compliance gaps and improve risk mitigation strategies.
Streamlined IT risk assessments accelerate identification of IT risks and linkages to internal controls.
Keep pace with the rapidly changing risk landscape and shifting business requirements using an agile risk management framework.
Saint Luke's Health System on Mission-Critical Data with RSA Archer
Saint Luke's unites mission critical data and boosts organizational efficiency with RSA Archer
One of the challenges we had before implementing Archer was that we had a difficult time finding a single, factual source of information. With the implementation of Archer, we can pull one piece of information together to share with the business, or to use for strategies and planning.
Chief Information Security Officer SAIC
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