iGRC regulatory content is the most advanced collection of harmonized laws and regulations (North America) for enterprises running software such as RSA Archer or manually managing risk programs
AUSTIN, Texas, June 30, 2017 — Edgile, the leading cyber risk and regulatory compliance consulting firm, today released its iGRC quarterly update, codenamed ‘Bricklin.’ Released alongside Edgile’s latest cyber insights bulletin for risk professionals, Bricklin adds over 100 new sources—across industries—to the iGRC content platform. With this update, Edgile’s leading source of industry-specific harmonized laws and regulations further optimizes coverage across PCI DSS, GLBA, HIPAA, privacy regulations, and more.
Based on the changing regulatory environment, significant additions to the iGRC Content Service for this quarter include the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) rules, FDA guidance for ‘Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices,’ and an increasing number of state statutory schemes pertaining to healthcare information and medical records. By shifting the burden of regulatory complexity to the iGRC Service, Edgile offers clients automatically harmonized regulatory content regarding the new laws and regulations affecting them, thereby enabling an up-to-date defensible risk and compliance readiness posture.
“In today’s shifting compliance environment, our clients rely on deep regulatory knowledge. Our iGRC Content Service provides the critical, up-to-date harmonization a modern compliance program demands,” said David Deckter, Partner, Edgile. “And for organizations that require immediate assessment capabilities, we offer Edgile’s Technology Diagnostics. Built on the iGRC content platform, our Diagnostics deliver regulatory snapshots that teams can use to better understand their organization’s security posture.”
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Edgile iGRC Content Service
The iGRC Service is maintained by Edgile compliance experts in PCI DSS, Sarbanes Oxley, FFIEC, GLBA, FRB Reg A-YY, HIPAA, Privacy, FDA, NERC CIP, and more. iGRC monitors federal regulatory amendments and state privacy laws, including new state sources for personal information protection, security breaches, data sharing, identity theft, and notification.
Annual subscriptions are available on a paid quarterly basis for the following industries: Financial Services, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Retail, Government, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, and Gaming (MICS).
How the iGRC Content Service works
- Clients subscribe to iGRC and shift the burden of staying on top of regulatory complexity over to Edgile.
- The iGRC library of industry-specific harmonized laws and regulations helps clients address their compliance and regulatory requirements, is easier to implement and maintain than other options, and integrates with existing client resources such as policies, standards, and SOX interpretation.
- iGRC updates existing client software systems, including RSA Archer.
Edgile’s Integrated Risk Management (IRM) Practice
Edgile’s IRM practice enables companies to modernize their Governance, Risk, and Compliance programs through industry-leading models and accelerators, significantly improving risk management throughout the entire technology estate, whether on-premises or in the cloud. Edgile’s integrated IRM and GRC capabilities take a business-aligned approach to position organizational transformation ahead of the cybersecurity curve.
Edgile provides GRC Technology Enablement to guide clients through a current-to-future state strategic roadmap, and into implementation of enterprise-wide GRC software solutions. By providing clients with streamlined access to the latest regulations and tools, iGRC efficiently enables organizations to effectively stay in compliance. The Edgile iGRC Content Service powers the regulatory programs of many leading institutions, including 8 of the top financial institutions and 5 top healthcare organizations.
Edgile is the trusted cyber security and regulatory compliance partner to the world’s leading organizations, providing consulting, managed services, and harmonized regulatory content. We secure the modern enterprise by developing programs that increase business agility and create a competitive advantage for our clients. Our strategy-first model optimizes on-premises and cloud security, IAM, GRC, and cybersecurity.