Watch this webinar for a video demonstration of the seamless integration of RiskLens Platform with a GRC, MRI or other recording system through the RiskLens APIwith the aim of increasing efficiency, reducing redundancy and increasing the strategic value of risk management platforms through Cyber Risk Quantification (CRQ).
As you will see in a live demo, RiskLens customers can
- Create a risk element in their risk register
- With one click, push the item via the RiskLens API to the RiskLens platform
- Perform quantitative risk analyzes on all loss event scenarios necessary to model this element of risk. (RiskLens provides industry standard data which can be enhanced by customer data based on their history of loss events. The platform also stores scenarios for plug and play.)
- Aggregate the scenarios into an overall risk assessment of probable loss for the registry item.
- Retrieve risk assessment results from the risk register for display in the item record.
On a set schedule, RiskLens will automatically update the record with a new analysis based on the latest data. With the Risk Register/RiskLens integration in place, clients can stack their risk register items based on the business‘ likely exposure to loss on an ongoing basis, greatly enhancing business utility. from the RCMP or the IRM.
Screenshot of RiskLens risk assessment results on the ServiceNow platform. Click for a larger image.
ServiceNow and RSA Archer have pre-built integrations leveraging the RiskLens APIs, but don’t worry if you’re not a customer of either platform – the integration possibilities are endless with the large variety of APIs offered by RiskLens.
Watch the webinarr to learn more about all the workflows enabled by RiskLens APIs that can centralize and automate the recording of data that feeds into your quantitative risk management program.
*** This is a syndicated blog from the Security Bloggers Network of RiskLens Resources written by Jeff B. Copeland. Read the original post at: https://www.risklens.com/resource-center/blog/video-demo-add-quantitative-cyber-risk-analysis-to-a-grc-or-irm