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GRC Roll-up: SAS Upgrades GRC Suite, SocialLogix Offers Social Media GRC

There have been a number of new releases recently in the GRC space, with SAS upgrading its GRC suite, QUMAS offering document and records compliance in SharePoint, GRC monitoring for social media from SocialLogix, while Symantec adds to its SaaS offering. New research for Bloomberg also shows that enterprises are moving to hosted email for compliance reasons.

GRC Roll-up: McAfee Releases Facebook Security Upgrade, SharePoint Gets Enhanced Logs

This week, McAfee upgrades Facebook protection to block all kinds of nasty bugs from getting in, GFI offers SharePoint log management for site governance, Coverity releases its upgraded code governance offering, while Zylab offers e-Discovery software that includes audio content identification.

GRC Roll-up: GRC is Good for Application Upgrades, is Iron Mountain Selling Off Its Digital Business?

While there hasn’t been a lot in terms of new releases this week, the ongoing problems in Iron Mountain are again in the spotlight, while research from both the not-for-profit ISACA, as well as SaaS GRC vendor Compliance 360, shows that compliance will be the major concern for enterprises in the coming 12 months. GRC was also mentioned at last week’s Oracle Collaborate conference.

Oracle Collaborate Day 2: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Support Timelines Clarified

The second day of Oracle’s Collaborate conference was, again, a fruitful one, with clarification on the support timelines for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Update 2 and World A9.2 Update 1 ERP systems, a new integration between PeopleSoft and Primavera P6 and a new survey from the Oracle Applications Users Group that assesses difficulties involved in application upgrades.

GRC Roll-up: SharePoint Governance from Axceler, Farmville for Clearwell’s e-Discovery World?

This week there is upgraded SharePoint governance from Axceler, Xerox looks at the value of technology in law firms, Clearwell offers an e-Discovery game on Facebook to match Farmville, Bridgeway upgrades its enterprise management suite and Epiq buys Encore.

Making Mistakes and Poor Decisions Because of Old Risk Information

The other day, I was working on an article about assessing risk management and looked to the COSO ERM Framework for quotes. Specifically, I looked at the Executive Summary for language concerning the need for decisions to be based on timely, current and reliable information about risks. I found some excellent observations.

SAP Adds GRC Software to BusinessObjects 4.0 Portfolio

SAP_logo_2010.jpg It took SAP (news, site) nearly three years to update BusinessObjects 4.0, which it did earlier this month with the release of the business intelligence and enterprise information management solutions. This week, it continues the momentum with the release of its GRC software called GRC 10, which pulls together its previous GRC offerings into something that has the look and feel of a new platform.

GRC Roll-up: OpenText's Application Governance, StoredIQ Offers SharePoint Risk Assessment

It’s been a busy week in GRC. OpenText has released new application governance and archiving software, StoredIQ offers risk assessments of SharePoint environments, EMC and eMag partner to offer e-Discovery, and there’s research from Varonis on metadata and GFI on email archiving.

GRC Roll-up: Malicious Android Update Identified, McAfee Continues to Build Data Security

This week in GRC, the issue of security features prominently with security issues around Android identified by Symantec, McAfee opens a new data center in the UK as part of its ongoing drive to provide content backup and security, Clearwell adds a legal hold module and ProofPoint releases a cloud-based email security and compliance package.

GRC Roll-up: Intel, McAfee Deal Finally Closed, Google Buys Security with Zynamics

This week’s news is dominated by the announcement that the Intel deal to buy McAfee has finally closed, while Google has also bought into security with the acquisition of Zynamics. We look at the governance part of GRC, while Reuters and Bluestar have announced new releases.

A Fascinating Discussion of Governance and Risk Issues

In a report (Risk Management Survivors Offer Cautionary Tales) by a professor who attended the World Economic Forum in Davos there is some excellent information on a variety of risk and governance issues. What caught my eye was the section under the heading -- “Redesigning the Board.”

GRC Roll-up: Autonomy’s Social Media e-Discovery, Modulo Brings Risk Manager to Cloud

This week has seen a considerable amount of cloud action among vendors including Modulo, which has taken its risk manager into the cloud; Iron Mountain, which offers medical records access in the cloud; and Compliance 360 has added flexible reporting to its platform. Autonomy, meanwhile, offers e-Discovery across social media.

GRC Roll-up: Industry-Wide Cooperation Needed, RSA Conference Told

This week was always going to be about the San Francisco RSA conference. This year, the big theme has been cloud security and how security, cloud computing and deployments are intrinsically linked. RSA’s Chairman Art Coveillo had some interesting things to say, as well as news of integrations between McAfee and RSA. But there are others there, too, such as Symantec, Modulo and Qualys.

GRC Roll-up: StoredIQ Adds e-Discovery for SharePoint, Clearwell Extends Search Capabilities

In GRC this week there have been a number of releases in the e-Discovery space, including a StoredIQ solution for SharePoint  and enhanced search across Clearwell's e-Discovery platform. There are also indications that we may be heading toward an e-Discovery standard. Meanwhile, both Viewpointe and Agiliance have issued new releases.

GRC Roll-up: EMC and IBM’s Significant Releases, Open Source Concerns Drive OpenLogic Sales

This week in the GRC space, there were significant releases from both EMC and IBM’s new acquisition OpenPages. Compliance vendor Compliance 360 looks ahead in 2011 to how the directors of major corporations will react to GRC over the year, and open source OpenLogic reports record sales driven by its new open source compliance offering.

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