Continuum GRC has again been named to the Cybersecurity 500 and is also the exclusive sponsor of Cybersecurity Ventures' new GRC Diary, a news source for cyber security governance, risk, and compliance professionals.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 19, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Continuum GRC, a leading cyber security governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) firm and developer of the groundbreaking IT Audit Machine (ITAM) GRC software, has been named to the 11th edition of the Cybersecurity 500.
The firm is one of only five Arizona-based companies to have made the list.
"We are honored and thrilled to be included, once again, on the Cybersecurity 500," said Michael Peters, CEO of Continuum GRC. "It is an acknowledgment of the hard work we have done, and continue to do, securing our clients in Arizona and around the world."We are honored and thrilled to be included, once again, on the Cybersecurity 500. It is an acknowledgement of the hard work we have done, and continue to do, securing our clients in Arizona and around the world.
The Cybersecurity 500, a definitive list of the world's hottest and most innovative cyber security companies, is published by Cybersecurity Ventures, the world's leading researcher and publisher of reports covering global cybersecurity. Companies are not ranked by size, nor are they permitted to "buy" their way onto the list. Instead, Cybersecurity Ventures ranks companies and selects new entrants by soliciting feedback from industry leaders and by aggregating data from hundreds of cybersecurity events and news sources.
In addition to ranking on the Cybersecurity 500 for the sixth straight quarter in a row, Continuum GRC is proud to be the exclusive sponsor of Cybersecurity Ventures' new GRC Diary, which provides a quarterly roundup of the top headlines in cyber security governance, risk, and compliance.
"One of the biggest challenges information security professionals face is oversaturation; none of us has time to read every newsletter or 'breaking alert' that lands in our inboxes, yet we absolutely must stay current because of how quickly the threat landscape shifts," said Peters. "The GRC Diary helps solve this problem by providing GRC professionals with only the most important, relevant GRC news each quarter. Sponsoring it is Continuum GRC's way of 'giving back' to our industry."
"Continuum GRC is a GRC thought leader and contributor to the GRC Diary," says Steve Morgan, founder and Editor-In-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures. "They have excellent GRC resources and staff to help organizations of all sizes and types with their governance, risk, and compliance needs."
The inaugural version of the GRC Diary, covering Q2 of 2017, can be found at GRCDiary.com. The Q3 edition is scheduled for publication on September 30.
Source: Continuum GRC