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RSA upgrades its Archer eGRC Platform

The Security Division of EMC, RSA has introduced its new Archer eGRC Platform and Solution which the company said will expand statistical functions, improves data handling and delivers new solutions for audit, compliance and change management.

The company has also launched an updated RSA Archer Community and Exchange platform providing members with expanded tools and resources to offer collaboration and enhance RSA Archer GRC Platform.

The Community and Exchange platform integrates into the 200,000 member EMC Community Network (ECN). The integration offers RSA Archer customers extended access to EMC’s technical community network as well as several tools that enable collaboration and idea exchanges between GRC community members, RSA and EMC.

RSA Archer Platform is designed to help enterprises manage risks, ensure compliance, automate business processes and gain visibility into corporate risk and security controls across IT, finance, operations and legal domains.

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The new enhancements of the platform include flexible packaging capabilities that allow users to bundle, move and deploy applications faster and improved index and tagging capabilities to accelerate search on native information as well as data feeds.

It also includes advanced reporting with introduction of additional statistical functions, enhanced usability and user interface to improve user productivity, and to streamline administration and expanded international capabilities to enable bi-directional languages, including Arabic and Hebrew.

The new eGRC product developments includes collaboration with RiskBusiness, a risk advisory firm, that enables RSA Archer customers to identify pertinent risk taxonomy and key risk indicators (KRIs) that can be integrated into their RSA Archer eGRC framework.

RSA Archer now includes efficient and transparent internal audit process, a common platform to help manage audit planning, prioritisation, staffing, procedures and reporting and the linking of audit planning and results to enterprise risks and controls.


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