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Episode 1  |  15:47 min

Exploring Risk Cloud Exchange

Episode 1  |  15:47 min  |  04.07.2021

Exploring Risk Cloud Exchange

This is a podcast episode titled, Exploring Risk Cloud Exchange. The summary for this episode is: <p><span style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">Just what is Risk Cloud Exchange (RCX) and what benefits could it offer your organization?&nbsp;These questions are explored on this episode of GRC &amp; Me with LogicGate’s Amrutha Sivakumar and Emily Affinito.&nbsp;</span></p>
Takeaway 1 | 00:47 MIN
What is Risk Cloud Exchange?
Takeaway 2 | 00:44 MIN
How content is added to Risk Cloud Exchange
Takeaway 3 | 00:39 MIN
What is an "application" in Risk Cloud?
Takeaway 4 | 01:01 MIN
Upcoming functionality for Risk Cloud users
Takeaway 5 | 01:06 MIN
New content coming soon
Takeaway 6 | 01:07 MIN
How you can help shape Risk Cloud Exchange
Takeaway 7 | 00:59 MIN
The ultimate vision

Risk Cloud Exchange offers a central space with an expanding library of pre-built applications, regulations and integrations. Amrutha outlines how RCX can be used, as well as what led LogicGate to develop it.

“What we wanted to create with the Risk Cloud Exchange was a central space where you could actually dive into the realm of what's possible using our technology,” she explains.

On the content side, Emily describes how LogicGate incorporates stakeholder feedback to determine RCX content library priorities. One main goal is to offer resources and best practices that help customers stay ahead of industry trends.

They discuss how customers can share feedback and make requests to help shape RCX content and technical functionality. Also covered: planned changes for RCX that will help customers visualize how a solution will work for them — before going live with it.

GRC Highlights 

💻 Risk Cloud Exchange is a place where customers can independently discover and explore the content available to help and bolster GRC programs — regardless of maturity and knowledge level. 

💻 Keeping up with the ever-changing needs of partners, customers and stakeholders is essential for a GRC program. RCX is constantly evolving based on stakeholder feedback. LogicGate analyzes feedback and feature requests to determine customer needs and the RCX content roadmap

💻 Usability is key. It is critical that the RCX interface enables customers to actually find what they are looking for when they need it. Several things are already built into RCX to help customers find the most relevant solution for their use case, and there’s more on the horizon. 

💻 “LogicGate is choosing to challenge the traditional GRC technology market by offering innovation and purpose-driven content, to allow its users to achieve positive business outcomes in regards to risk and governance, security, and compliance,” Megan notes. 

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Emily Affinito
GRC Technical Content Manager at LogicGate
As a LogicGate GRC Technical Content Manager, Emily oversees the application library as well as standards and regulations library. She’s always looking for ways to advance the library and support LogicGate’s customers. KEY QUOTE: “I think at the end of the day, we just want to understand how we can best support you, also how we can save your team's resources, and how we can make sure you have a good understanding of your GRC programs.”
Connect with Emily on LinkedIn
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Amrutha Sivakumar
Senior Product Manager at LogicGate
As a Senior Product Manager at LogicGate, Amrutha helps determine which feature sets should be added to the risk cloud to better operationalize GRC programs. KEY QUOTE: “What we wanted to create with the risk cloud exchange was a central space where you could actually dive into the realm of what's possible using our technology.”
Connect with Amrutha on LinkedIn

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