With a temporary pause in the physical world, businesses around the world are now more eager to make their mark in the virtual realm. The digitalisation of their antiquated processes is, therefore, going to be crucial and an essential transformation for them. The migration of businesses to the digital world, however, creates new risks for these organisations. For many risk and security professionals, the emotion generated by the accelerated pace of digitalisation lies somewhere between fear and exasperation. The consequences of unmanaged risk for any organisation are extensive, and as risk continues to brew, C-suite executives and board members are more than willing to enhance their scrutiny and become more involved in digital risk management initiatives.
Nevertheless, in many instances, siloed and manual processes make it difficult to get complete information to stakeholders quickly even as they aggressively try to take advantage of technology mega-waves like cloud, mobile, analytics, and artificial intelligence. The increasing velocity and broader nature of risks from digital transformation, globalisation, and market competition can thus become futile due to inefficient internal processes. At this juncture, transformative evolutions in digital risk management are opening up the road to more manageable and secure digital operations. And, the company that has taken to the helm of such evolution is RSA Security.
RSA believes that there are as many paths to digital transformation as there are organisations pursuing the challenge, and every path poses different sets of risks.
RSA delivers a unified, business-driven approach to managing digital risk that hinges on integrated visibility, automated insights and coordinated actions and unites stakeholders for transforming risk into reward
Therefore, RSA helps businesses manage their digital risk with an extensive range of capabilities and expertise, including integrated risk management, threat detection and response, identity and access management, and fraud prevention. RSA delivers a unified, business-driven approach to managing digital risk that hinges on integrated visibility, automated insights, and coordinated actions, and unites stakeholders for transforming risk into reward.
The RSA Archer Suite is particularly famous among businesses sailing towards a digital tomorrow. Designed to help users evolve their risk management program as the needs change, the Archer Suite enables organisations to manage multiple dimensions of risk from one consolidated platform with on-premises and SaaS offerings and confidently pursue the digital opportunity. Additionally, the suite also includes multi-disciplinary risk management solutions and use cases that empower users to quickly implement industry-standard processes and best practices for advanced risk management maturity, informed decision-making, and enhanced business performance. What’s more? Businesses can also improve visibility and analytics, establish accountability, encourage collaboration, and bring efficiency to their organisational risk programs.
The RSA Archer Suite offerings can be built around the complete business assets catalogue of a client so that risk data can be managed across an organisation using the same taxonomies and measured using the same metrics. And, when all areas of business speak the same risk language and execute processes aligned to a comprehensive view of the overall risk posture, teams can more effectively collaborate across the organisation to create stronger, more complete lines of defense against risk. The suite also provides full visibility to answer executive-level questions and establish clarity around risk and compliance status and helps drive focus from compliance towards a balance between risk and growth. Further, as the risk landscape changes, users can add new tools, build new reports, and modify business processes while maintaining the same taxonomies that were set up from the start.
With such a robust solution, RSA protects millions of businesses around the world and helps more than 90 percent of the Fortune 500 companies build on the value of their internal program to guard against risk, no matter what form it might take, now or in the future. Moving forward, RSA is poised to expand its footprints in more countries, while enhancing its existing capabilities above and beyond the current threshold.