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LockPath Included as a Visionary in Gartners 2016 Magic Quadrant for IT Risk Management Solutions

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 1, 2016 — LockPath®, a leader in governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced that the company has been recognized in Gartner, Inc.’s Magic Quadrant for IT Risk Management (ITRM) Solutions.

LockPath was one of eleven vendors evaluated in Gartner Inc.’s report, published May 19, by Gartner analysts Khushbu Pratap and Jeffrey Wheatman. The report, which aims to help organizations evaluate ITRM software solutions, recognized LockPath as a visionary in the space for its Keylight Platform solution.

“IT threats are growing every day, which leaves companies exposed to more IT risk as they expand their infrastructure,” said Chris Caldwell, Chief Executive Officer at LockPath. “There are ever-evolving regulatory standards governing IT security. That’s why we emphasize IT risk management as a core function of Keylight. We value the recognition of having Keylight evaluated in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for IT Risk Management Solutions.”

Keylight’s user-friendly approach to IT risk management includes a suite of integrated applications designed to manage all facets of an organization’s risk program. Keylight also includes a series of connectors to third-party intelligence, scanners, analytics and content feeds that provide valuable data for IT risk management. The platform further simplifies the tasks of IT risk management through its patented Dynamic Content Framework™, giving users the ability to quickly create custom tables and fields, efficiently modify large sets of records and generate custom reports without development assistance.

In 2016, Keylight has been included in Gartner’s published Magic Quadrant for IT Vendor Risk Management (28 April 2016) and Market Guide for Corporate Compliance and Oversight Solutions (06 April 2016). To purchase the Magic Quadrant for ITRM, please visit Gartner’s website.

To learn more about LockPath’s Keylight Platform, visit lockpath.com.

 

About Gartner’s Magic Quadrant

Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of the fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

 

About LockPath

LockPath is a market leader in corporate governance, risk management, regulatory compliance (GRC) and information security (InfoSec) software. The company’s flexible, scalable and fully integrated suite of applications is used by organizations to automate business processes, reduce enterprise risk and demonstrate regulatory compliance to achieve audit-ready status. LockPath serves a client base of global organizations ranging from small and midsize companies to Fortune 10 enterprises in more than 15 industries. The company is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. For more information on LockPath and the Keylight platform, visit lockpath.com. Follow LockPath on LinkedIn and on Twitter at @LockPath and @KeylightGRC for the latest in industry, company and product news.

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