Rsam Offers Managed Services to Help Organizations Overcome Resource Gaps

 

September 28, 2017 | Secaucus, NJ: Rsam, a leading provider of integrated risk management software, today announced the availability of Managed Services for its solutions. The service is designed to help organizations fill resource gaps when it comes to managing their technology platform. Experts remotely manage the Rsam platform and modules, helping organizations who struggle with filling key risk management roles.

A recent study from Intel and the Center for Strategic and International Studies underscores the cybersecurity skills shortage. IT decision makers from eight countries were surveyed: 82 percent reported a skills shortage and 71 percent said the shortage does “direct and measurable damage” to their programs.

“A successful GRC program depends on the quality and availability of the team responsible for managing the technology platform and processes, said Vivek Shivananda, CEO of Rsam. “Organizations often have limited staff and time to allocate to these activities. If a GRC technology platform administrator leaves, it significantly – and sometimes permanently – impacts the program. It takes significant time and effort to recruit and train a replacement; and all that while, the company’s risk grows.”

Rsam’s Managed Services includes:

  • Administration of Rsam instances
  • Rsam configuration optimization
  • Enhancements to business processes and use cases
  • Support for new use cases or those already in production

About Rsam

Rsam is the fastest time-to-value and most flexible GRC, Vendor Risk Management and Security Operations, Analytics & Reporting (SOAR) platform provider. Our enterprise software platform uses a relational architecture and captures data in a single, centralized repository. Unlike other systems, we don’t hard-wire dependencies based on requirements that may be outdated before implementation even begins. Instead, the Rsam platform is built to adapt and put the user in control. Gone are the days of endlessly retrofitting a solution or failing to get it off the ground. With Rsam, you can have a baseline up and running in 30 days and iterate from there. Learn more at www.Rsam.com.

Rsam Media Contact:

Julie Preiss

jpreiss@rsam.com

201-875-3456 x 148

 

Julie Preiss| September 28, 2017