RSA Archer® GRC Upgrade Services

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Ease your upgrade experience, accelerate your time-to-value, and ensure your environment is ready for a successful deployment with RSA Archer GRC Upgrade Services. Readiness assessment, basic upgrade(s), custom rollout strategy and upgrade, advanced workflow conversion and task-driven landing page adoption

Features

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade Readiness Assessment: Single Environment

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade Readiness Assessment: Single Environment

This assessment determines if your infrastructure environment meets minimum hardware and software requirements and is “ready” for a successful upgrade.

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Single Environment

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Single Environment

This service provides a software upgrade of your licensed, on-premise RSA Archer solution for a single environment.

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Three Environments

RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Three Environments

This service provides a software upgrade of your licensed, on-premise RSA Archer solution for up to three environments (e.g., development, QA and production).

Custom Upgrade Services

Custom Upgrade Services

We offer a range of custom upgrade services that include custom upgrade strategy and planning, business preparation, solution testing, production deployment, post-deployment support, and more.

Benefits

Ensure your environment is optimized for the latest RSA Archer releases.

​Successfully deploy RSA Archer software upgrades into production, even when working under tight deadlines, using recommended best practices.

​Stay up-to-date on independently top-rated GRC tools from RSA Archer.

Resources

White Papers

  • The 6 Dimensions (& Obstacles) of Risk Management Overcoming the barriers to an integrated risk management program requires a strategy that is built around key principles of risk management, coupled with an understanding of the nuances of your business. The end goal of risk management is to help the business achieve objectives and improve decision-making. However, the implementation of a risk management program is not a simple “step 1, step 2, step 3” type of process. View the white paper to learn more about the six fundamental dimensions of risk management that should be examined to assess overall effectiveness when establishing your risk management program. Each of these dimensions is associated with a barrier to success – and when building your strategy, it is beneficial to understand and plan for these obstacles.
  • The 4 Phases of Your Risk Management Journey No organization can achieve complete visibility into risk. There is no crystal ball that will magically outline opportunity, map risks and provide a distinct, unobstructed path to success. However, there are specific stages organizations can move through in building an integrated risk management program. View the white paper to discover how the RSA Archer® maturity-driven approach enables organizations to create a road map for the course of their GRC program, allowing them to track the progress of their journey toward risk management maturity.
  • The 10+1 Guiding Principles of Business Risk Management Your business risk management program should add strategic value to the organization—enabling the business to focus on strategic objectives and optimize performance, not just simply meet compliance requirements. Ultimately, business risk management is about making decisions— decisions to manage, accept, transfer or avoid risk. Download the white paper for an overview of the 10+1 guiding principles that should be the foundation for a risk management strategy that can evolve and adapt with your organization.
  • How GRC Can Help You Stay a Step Ahead of Ransomware With ransomware growing at 350% annually,* many federal, state and local governments, and private-sector businesses, are focused on the question of how to better prepare for the next attack. View the white paper to discover the important role that governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions can play in helping organizations prepare for and respond to the next ransomware assault on IT systems. *Cisco 2017 Annual Cybersecurity Report (2017)
  • Governance, Risk & Compliance: From Naysayers to Believers One of the biggest challenges for risk and compliance teams today is a lack of engagement with the overall business strategy and objectives. Risk and compliance leaders should help bridge the gap and show the value of strategic GRC. Download the whitepaper to learn more about the six key steps to selling the value that GRC programs can provide your organization.
  • How to Prevent a Compliance Disaster An agile approach to compliance management is an achievable reality for any organization. It just takes a shift in perspective and a commitment to adopt industry best practices. To help you get started, we’ve put together some quick tips that will allow you to not only better manage and mitigate risk, but help you leverage compliance as a strategic advantage.
  • Leadership: The Missing Ingredient in Effective Risk Management As risk and compliance teams step up to the challenge of being more involved in business activities, they’re discovering they have an important part to play in upholding the values, purpose and trust of the organization. View the whitepaper to discover why if the collective goal is to inspire everyone in an organization to “own” risk, then it’s time for risk and compliance teams to leverage the latest insights about leadership to improve organizational culture.

Videos

  • Is Your Organization Affected by the EU GDPR? Learn about the RSA Archer® new data privacy-focused use cases.
  • Business Risk Management Part 1: Communicating the Business Impact of Risk Business Risk Management solutions are about more than security. They provide an accurate, aggregated and timely view of all enterprise risk—whether that risk is associated with people, processes, technologies, third parties or regulations —and provide a unified response to any security incident. View part one of this two-part webcast series to understand how organizations can make better risk management decisions by understanding and communicating information security in terms of overall business impact.
  • Business Risk Management Part 2: 7 Steps to Build a GRC Framework Look at information security through the lens of business risk, and you’ll begin to make decisions about security in light of their impact on the business. A GRC framework for business risk management can help you identify key business priorities and align them with security information and decisions. View part two of this on-demand webcast series. This session details a seven-step methodology for a GRC-based business risk management framework, including tips for: Defining what information needs to be protected and identifying the location and amount of important information Documenting processes and enterprise risk controls—documenting the activities as business processes and documenting the risks associated with the processes Determining levels of inherent and residual risk and answering the question of what to do with a residual risk level that exceeds risk tolerance and appetite

E-Books

Infographics

  • The Proven Path to Take Command of Risk RSA Archer® provides business risk management solutions that allow you to start your risk and compliance program where it hurts and chart the path that makes the most sense for your organization. Wherever you begin, RSA Archer gives you the confidence to deliver strategic value to your organization with a proven path—and the right solutions—to take control of risk.
"One of the most positive outcomes of using RSA Archer is that it's helped us to evolve from an organization where we're constantly trying to chase data and information and the resulting frustration and inefficiency that stems from that. Now we have a source of record where employees can go to access data and more quickly consume it and make decisions based on it. So it's not only improved efficiency, but it's also really helped to improve morale. It’s eliminated a lot of frustration and finger pointing that had occurred in the past when you had single points of failure with a custodian who owned a single piece of data that wasn't widely available to the entire organization."
​Reid Stephan
Director of IT Security

St. Luke's Health System

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