LogicGate Named as top performer in the GRC Platforms Software category on the G2 Winter 2020 Grid Report, a peer-to-peer business solutions review website.
WHAT WE DO.
We partner with LogicGate, assisting clients with the GRC platform that leverages cutting-edge technology to help organizations transform mission critical governance, risk, and compliance processes by enhancing controls, increasing flexibility, and reducing risk.
We can help you:
Create a repeatable process for Risk and Compliance
- Eliminate your reliance on spreadsheets and emails
- Collaborate on a central source of truth
- Automate sending of assessments to business owners
- Modify your process with ease as your program evolves
- Analyze and remediate risks with intelligent reporting
- Hold people accountable with automated follow-ups
- Customize LogicGate to your methodology – or use the proven process templates
THE VALUE OF GOVERNANCE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE.
In the past decade, IT Risk has gone from niche topic in data security circles to critical issue in the larger world of business and beyond. Recently it even spilled over into the realm of popular culture, such as when Mark Zuckerberg went before Congress in April 2018 to defend Facebook’s data privacy practices. The event was picked up by every major news outlet and became something of a cultural moment in its own right.
Other events routinely make headlines for their sheer magnitude. In September of 2017, Equifax revealed that a data breach exposed the sensitive personal information of 143 million Americans. Not to be outdone, in November 2018 hospitality giant Marriott revealed that a massive hack led to the theft of personal data belonging to an incredible 383 million customers — the largest breach on record. Google, Quora, PG&E, and, yes, even the beleaguered Facebook have each posted staggering data breach numbers of their own in recent years.
These situations may be outliers costing billions of dollars of damage, but the consequences are very real for companies of every size. In 2018, the global average cost of a data breach rose to $3.86 million. This number will continue to rise as long as Information Security officers fail to keep pace with and defend against the strategies hackers employ — many of which are highly preventable.
LogicGate raises $24.75 million to help automate corporate governance, risk, and compliance processes
Risk management is table stakes for enterprises of a certain size, yet only a few feel they’re adequately prepared to weather a true disaster.
LogicGate Named Top GRC Software on G2’s Spring 2019 Grid Report
CHICAGO – April 17, 2019 – LogicGate, an agile process automation platform for governance, risk, and compliance, today announces its designation as the top performer in the GRC Platforms Software category on the G2 Spring 2019 Grid Report, a peer-to-peer business solutions review website.
Privacy Management Software market to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% and hit US$ 1,585.9 Million by 2027
The global privacy management software market is accounted to US$ 521.3 Mn in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% during the forecast period 2019 – 2027, to account to US$ 1,585.9 Mn by 2027. Key industry firms include AvePoint,BigID,IBM, Nymity, OneTrust, Protiviti, RSA Security, LogicGate, SureCloud TrustArc.
LogicGate’s Agile GRC Platform Enables Dashboard Reports for Visual Analysis of Risk and Compliance
LogicGate, an agile process automation platform for governance, risk, and compliance, announced attendance at the 2019 RSA Conference. At the show, LogicGate will show how businesses in regulated industries like healthcare and financial services can operationalize risk management practices. The company also plans to unveil its new Dashboard Reports product for current customers.
LogicGate closes $7.5M Series A to triple team size next year
LogicGate is opening the floodgates to a new wave of growth.
The company announced on Tuesday that it has raised a $7.5 million Series A. Jump Capital led the round, which also featured participation from Indianapolis-based venture capital firm High Alpha, along with a number of existing investors.
Why this Chicago startup makes software to make software
When companies grow out of their early startup phase, makeshift tools for tracking internal processes — shared spreadsheets, whiteboards, notebooks, Post-it notes — no longer suffice. Larger teams and multiple departments mean processes need to be more clearly defined and the business may even need custom tools.