Cybertrust has unveiled a new version of its Risk Commander compliance management system, which enables users to manage separate compliance controls as well as organisation-specific information security controls.
Risk Commander is one of a growing number of products to help under-pressure organisations demonstrate they are achieving compliance. What users don’t need, however, is to spend resources implementing a series of ‘end-point technologies’ to meet each individual compliance mandate.
Cybertrust claims Risk Commander will alleviate the burden of managing disparate compliance controls, making compliance reporting easier and more cost-efficient so organisations can focus on running their business.
Compliance has become a dirty word in the minds of many corporate executives, who are chasing their tails in meeting the demands of legislation such as Sarbanes-Oxley. The legislation – burden might be a better word – may in a roundabout way prevent another Enron saga. However, it has served to create a gravy train of risk and compliance that offers a bonanza for both solution-sellers and consultants.