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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.

EMC Outlines GRC Strategy with Release of Archer eGRC Platform

emc_logo_2009.gif Last January, EMC (news, site) bought GRC vendor Archer. This January, EMC outlined how it viewed GRC in the coming years and how Archer would fit into that. The result is the RSA Archer eGRC Management Platform, which provides a basis of EMC’s newly formulated GRC strategy.

Are We More Concerned With Addressing Obvious IT Risks Than Having Effective IT Risk Management?

I ask this question after reading Ernst & Young’s 2010 Global Information Security Survey. The survey has some interesting comments on the top IT security risks from new information technology -- including the obvious ones around data leakage, mobile devices, cloud computing and social media. E&Y report good news, while risks are perceived as increasing, nearly half see their IT security budget increasing as well.

GRC Roll-up: HP Offers GRC for Hybrid Clouds, Guidance Takes e-Discovery to iPad

This week HP has launched a suite of new products that aims to offer enterprises developing hybrid clouds GRC across applications and infrastructure, Guidance extends e-Discovery software to iPad, Digital Reef and Relativity team-up for e-Discovery, and Protiviti adds Arabic to its governance portal.

GRC Roll-up: AT&T and McAfee Team for Mobile Security, SAP Offers New One Login Tech

This week, once again, security is a top priority. AT&T teams up with McAfee to offer more security for mobile data access, SAP buys single log-in technology, OpenText and SharePoint get DoD 5015.02 certification, while Digital Reef and Exeterro team up for legal hold and information management.

10 e-Discovery Trends in the Cloud

Cloud computing is rapidly changing the way enterprises go about their business. Over the past 18 months we have noted a trend amongst enterprises to take their e-Discovery in-house. According to email and archiving security vendor Proofpoint, the economy available through the cloud is going to speed up the process and by the end of this year in-house e-Discovery could well be the norm.

GRC Roll-up: Trend Micro Protects Android Platform, e-Discovery Moves to Cloud

This week in GRC news, Trend Micro offers Android data protection, Proofpoint research indicates that e-Discovery is moving to the cloud -- with a new release from Applied Discovery offering hosted e-Discovery that backs that research up -- and Laserfiche releases v8.2 focusing on GRC.

Laserfiche Breaks Records, Affirms Commitment to GRC #LF11

Laserfiche (news, site) kicked off its annual Empower Conference this week with several announcements, including the release of Laserfiche 8.2. The newest iteration of the company's document management tool pays special attention to governance, risk and compliance. 

A Look Back at GRC in 2010

When we look back at GRC, there are some stories that stand out more than others. In 2010, the enterprise embraced social media and with that came questions and challenges about how to effectively manage it. In addition, the rise of cloud computing posed storage problems for companies’ unstructured data. Let’s take a look at the year’s top stories.

GRC Roll-up: Oracle Database 11g Secured by Agiliance, Google Tracks Hacked Websites

It’s the last GRC Roll-up of the year and it's full of news. Agiliance has just announced the interoperability between its GRC platform and Oracle’s Database 11g, Google tracks websites that have been hacked, we look at e-Discovery predictions for 2011 and a release from BWise. Finally, Intel and McAfee get thumbs up from the US but there could be problems with the EU.

More e-Discovery Trends for 2011

Since we published our e-Discovery predictions for 2011, one more industry vendor has added their predictions to the mix. With only a few days left until 2011, there isn’t much longer until the future is now. Yet, from early case assessment to GRC, it’s apparent that the future of e-Discovery holds many opportunities.

Experts Dish on 2010 Trends, Predict the Path for 2011

Our contributing experts continued to hammer our their predictions for 2011 this week, covering our most favorite acronyms -- ECM and WCM -- as well as intranet trends and our future ability to predict the future (spoiler: outlook not good). 

GRC Roll-up: Clearwell’s e-Discovery in BPOS, How Safe Are Your Smartphones?

This week in the GRC space, we look at e-Discovery in BPOS (and Office365), LiveOffice archives Salesforce Chatter, OpenLogic offers open source governance for agile developers and new research reveals how safe our smartphones really are. 

Experts Dish on 2010 Trends, Predict the Path for 2011

Well kids, another year is almost behind us. To celebrate, our gracious contributing experts have been focusing on the highlights of 2010, as well as what they predict awaits in 2011. Read on if you're feeling sentimental and/or ready to start preparing your business for the future.

GRC Roll-up: IBM Secures Applications, Google Adds New Security to Chrome 8

In the GRC space this week, IBM secures development of applications in the enterprise from the start of the build process, Google adds a number of security patches and PDF viewer to Chrome 8, Forrester predicts growth in the GRC market over the coming 12 months and Kalido and SutiSoft both announce new releases.

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