RSA Addresses Risks Associated with Digital Transformation

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A new press release reports, “RSA, a global cybersecurity leader delivering Business-Driven Security™ solutions to help organizations manage digital risk, announced new enhancements to its award-winning Integrated Risk Management platform, RSA Archer®, to help customers fundamentally transform their risk management function. As organizations rapidly evolve and embrace digital technologies to provide their organizations a competitive advantage, new forms of risk are created. Due to the connected nature of the modern enterprise, these digital risks challenge the status quo for risk and cybersecurity teams, third-party engagements, business continuity, data privacy, and others.”

The release continues, “The prevalence of technology across modern organizations is dramatically increasing the speed, scale and scope of cyber threats, which represents the biggest facet of digital risk. While the traditional, siloed areas of risk such as security, compliance, and resiliency remain important, businesses need to rethink and operationalize the necessary integration between the risk and IT security teams to keep pace with their growing digital footprints and exposure to digital risk.

Rohit Ghai, President of RSA, noted, “Every day, organizations take on new and ambitious Digital Transformation initiatives in order to improve customer experiences, create competitive advantage and drive profitable growth… Digital transformation fundamentally changes the risk equation; more data means a heightened exposure to cyber threats and ever changing regulatory requirements. Today’s announcement is another step towards helping our customers holistically manage digital risk.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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