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TraceSecurity Releases New Version Of TraceCSO

New Release Focuses on Risk and Efficiency Enhancements to Improve IT GRC Management for enterprises of all sizes.

Baton Rouge, La. – June 30, 2014 –TraceSecurity, the pioneer in cloud-based governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions, expands its efforts to simplify IT GRC for organizations managing security threats. TraceCSO customers will automatically receive these updates, with the ability capitalize on these enhancements immediately.

TraceSecurity development engineers focused on the following key areas for this update:

·         Slim Risk Workflow Infrastructure – Reduce the time required to identify risk, enabling users to focus on a single-asset risk assessments, while maintaining the ability to run a full assessment for a more comprehensive and detailed outcome.

·         Testing Functional Area – Ensure that employee’s understand training courses and policy documentation with user completed tests that are directly related to the company’s educational materials and policies.

·         Multi-Scanner Harmony – Simultaneously identify threats from multiple vulnerability scanners creating a multi-layered vulnerability management tool. 

·         Risk Object Attachments – Centralized risk object documentation enabling users to attach supporting information to risk objects such as threats, assets and controls.  Putting necessary information in the hands of the user to reduce the time an effort involved in performing risk assessments.

 

“We continuously enhance TraceCSO based on our customer’s requests, such as these new feature enhancements that further exemplify our objective of simplifying IT GRC management for organizations of all sizes and skill sets,” stated Peter Stewart, President and CEO of TraceSecurity. “Customers searching for ways to minimize the time it takes to perform focused risk assessments and address risks due to lack of security awareness in their personnel will see immediate benefits from these enhancements.”

 

TraceCSO allows organizations of any size, industry or security skill set to evaluate, create, implement and manage a comprehensive cloud-based, risk-based information security program, to protect their organizations from today’s top information security risks.  TraceCSO identifies and prioritizes risk to an organization’s information – including network vulnerabilities – and identifies, implements and audits security controls.  To help organizations stay current with the latest regulatory mandates specific to their industry, TraceCSO leverages a global database of hundreds of authorities and more than 75,000 regulations and citations.

 

About TraceSecurity

TraceSecurity, a leading pioneer in cloud-based security solutions, provides IT governance, risk and compliance (GRC) management solutions. The company's cloud-based products and services help organizations achieve, maintain and demonstrate security compliance while significantly improving their security posture. With more than 1,700 customers, TraceSecurity supports the security and risk management efforts of all types of organizations of any size, industry or security skill set. Founded in 2004, the company has executive offices in Silicon Valley and offices in Baton Rouge, La. For more information, call (225) 612-2121 or visit www.tracesecurity.com.

 

 

 

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