Risk Management


What Is the Risk Management Framework? RMF Controls Overview

Risk management framework helps you to set up a structured process for information security and risk management activities. Here, we explain what is the risk management framework (RMF), what are RMF controls, and how you can comply with RMF controls. Read along or jump ahead to the section that interests you the most.


What is inherent risk? Your sensitive data could be In danger

Inherent risks are the cyber risks and vulnerabilities within an organization before security measures are implemented. In contrast, residual risk is calculated after cybersecurity protections have been put in place to protect against all of these inherent risks; its calculation includes every possible attack vector that could affect a system or data.


Why SOX Compliance is Required

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is a federal law that applies to all publicly traded businesses in the United States. It imposes sweeping corporate governance standards on those businesses, to improve accountability in the boardroom and senior management ranks and to make corporate financial statements more reliable.


Reciprocity Experiences Record-Breaking Results in First Quarter 2021

SAN FRANCISCO – May 4, 2021 First Quarter 2021 Highlights Reciprocity, a leader in information security risk and compliance with its ZenGRC platform, today announced the company saw outstanding results in the first quarter of 2021, achieving new records across its go-to-market initiatives, coming off an unprecedented 2020. Last year the management of risk and compliance became a strategic imperative and top board-level concern.


The Ultimate Guide to Security Awareness Training

The definition of security awareness is likely broader and deeper than your organization may realize. Security awareness aims to address one of the trickiest weak points in your organization: its people. Security awareness is intended to change behavior and reinforce good security practices among your employees and other third parties. In short, it should be a cultural change.


What are Cybersecurity Threats?

A cybersecurity threat is the threat of malicious attack by an individual or organization attempting to gain access to a network, to corrupt data or steal confidential information. No company is immune from cyber attacks and the data breaches that can result. Some cyberattacks can even destroy computer systems. As cyber threats become increasingly sophisticated, your business must implement the security needed to safeguard its data and networks.

Enterprise Cyber Risk Management for Financial Services Organizations

As the frequency and sophistication of cyber incidents targeting financial services companies increases, it is critical for your organization to thoroughly understand the components of a solid cyber security program, the current regulatory framework, the complex and evolving threat landscape, and the actions needed to mitigate your potential risk when responding to a cyber incident.

Full Cybersecurity Regulations Overview for DoD Prime and Subcontractors

This webinar was recorded and co-hosted with MAGNET: The Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network. As the NIST and Ohio MEP program advocates, MAGNET has invited a leader of their technological and educational cybersecurity partners, Ignyte Assurance Platform and Ignyte Institute, for a conversation on how to get on board with the emerging Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).