RSA Archer: A Leader in Inaugural 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Integrated Risk Management (IRM)
- July 31, 2018
Gartner has named Dell / RSA Archer a Leader in its inaugural Integrated Risk Management Magic Quadrant published on July 16, 2018. This is just the latest in RSA Archer’s long history of a Leaders quadrant designation in Gartner Magic Quadrant reports, most recently including:
In recent years, particularly among more mature GRC implementations, we believe Gartner had seen organizations were increasingly implementing multiple use cases to establish enterprise-wide risk management programs. In 2017, we observed that Gartner began reframing their assessment of the GRC market and risk and compliance management-related solutions in the context of Integrated Risk Management.
Gartner believes that “integrated risk management enables simplification, automation and integration of strategic, operational and IT risk management processes and data.” We feel Gartner’s depiction of integrated risk management brings together Digital Risk Management (DRM), Vendor Risk Management (VRM), Business Continuity Management (BCM), Audit Management (AM), Corporate Compliance Oversight (CCO), Enterprise Legal Management (ELM), IT Risk Management, and Strategic Risk Management, all around the hub of Operational Risk Management.
One of the greatest strengths of the RSA Archer Suite is enabling a customer to bring together and effectively integrate multiple use cases. So to us it is no surprise that, among 16 vendors evaluated, Dell Technologies (RSA) was placed in the Leaders quadrant by Gartner. RSA is pleased to be positioned – yet again — as a Leader in — yet another – Gartner Magic Quadrant. We believe this Integrated Risk Management MQ report shows a very positive evaluation of the RSA Archer Suite.
We know that this Leader position could not have been achieved without the help and support of our customers, acting as critical references in Gartner’s evaluation of the RSA Archer suite. Our sincerest thanks to all of you that have acted as a reference on our behalf!
The term ”governance, risk, and compliance” has been fading in relevance over the past several years as organizations have matured their risk management programs. Many of our customers have already implemented integrated risk management or enterprise risk management programs. RSA, too, has embraced integrated risk management as a representation of how organizations should mature their risk management programs. We have long acknowledged that information security professionals cannot be truly effective in their roles without embracing business risk management – and integrated risk management is a further evolution ofthis idea. In the end, GRC is not dying – rather, it is evolving into IRM, a more meaningful approach to bring the whole organization together to consistently and effectively identify, assess, evaluate, treat, and monitor risk.
Magic Quadrant for Integrated Risk Management; Published: 16 July 2018; Analyst(s): John Wheeler, Jie Zhang, Earl Perkins
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