Continuum GRC's integrated risk management solution provides a Roadmap to Risk Reduction by delivering comprehensive, customizable, and intuitive enterprise solutions.

Enterprise & Operational Risk

Enterprise & Operational Risk

Business operations are a complex mixture of people, processes and technology. Enterprise and Operational Risk Management is the singular, most important central point of aggregation for organizational risk. Continuum GRC provides a global solution to identify, assess and monitor risks consistently across the enterprise, auto-mapping between all the world's standards.

Audit & Regulatory Controls

Audit & Regulatory Controls

Continuum GRC provides a risk-based approach to Audit and Regulatory Controls Management and consolidates the entire process within a single source of truth. Supporting ALL the frameworks and standards the world has to offer such as StateRAMP, FedRAMP, CMMC, HIPAA, 800-53, CJIS, DFARS, SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27001, NERC CIP, SOX 404, PCI, EUCS, C5 and more.

Governance & Policy Controls

Governance & Policy Controls

Governance and Policy Controls Management serves as the foundation for a program by outlining the structure, authority, and processes required for the organization through the clearly defined governance structure, stratification of authority, defined and well-communicated policies, procedures and the supporting processes critical to empowering an effective program.

IT & Cybersecurity Risk

IT & Cybersecurity Risk

Technology drives the global economy. Unfortunately, risks such as cybersecurity threats and technology failures are nearly impossible to predict. Continuum GRC IT & Security Risk Management is foundational to organizational strategy to manage technology risk. Universally, IT and Cybersecurity Risk Management supports organizational business initiatives, or enabling IT Audit and Regulatory Control compliance.

Third-Party & Vendor Risk

Third-Party & Vendor Risk

The exponential increase in organizational dependencies on third-party providers means that organizations also inherit third-party risks. Third-Party and Vendor Risk Management enables you to automate oversight of third-party relationships, allowing organizations to prioritize governance necessary to manage risk across the entire third-party management lifecycle.

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

ESG Management provides assessment, auto-mapping, monitoring, reporting, and quantification of the organization's environmental, social, and governance programs. Leadership then has a complete and aggregated view of the organization's value chains, as well as its supply chain's ability to meet its social and sustainability responsibilities.

Internal Audit & Financial Controls

Internal Audit & Financial Controls

Internal Audit and Financial Controls Management reduces Audit and Regulatory Controls compliance burdens by assessing controls through a risk-based approach. Integrated standards and frameworks help simplify processes, productivity and collaboration. Streamline the process for end-to-end Internal Audit and Financial Controls Management.

Resiliency & Business Continuity

Resiliency & Business Continuity

The exponentially emerging and prolonged onslaught of pandemic, climate change, geopolitical forces, supply chain and technology disruptions can threaten organizations. Resilience and Business Continuity Management provides an interactive, automated approach to the prioritization, planning, coordination, engagement, and insights needed to strengthen resiliency.

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Recent Publications

NERC CIP featured
What Is NERC CIP Compliance?

The continual news of state-sponsored hackers attacking U.S. infrastructure has led the general public to better understand that digital security is a critical part of our overall national security. Digital systems aren’t isolated to high-tech companies–instead, cybersecurity touches on almost every aspect of our lives, particularly energy and utility management.

The U.S. government was already ahead of this curve and, starting in the 1990s, began implementing government regulations (in partnership with private companies) to protect the country’s electrical infrastructure. This led to the North America Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) requirements. 

 

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What Are ISO 22301 and Business Continuity?

Modern security and risk frameworks often focus on a limited set of concerns–security controls, external threats, insider threats, upgrading or updating systems, etc. But, as the relationships between security, business continuity, and system reliability become more complex in our data-saturated environment, organizations must have equally robust system support in place to ensure that information remains secure and available at all times. 

ISO 22301, “Security and resilience–Business continuity management systems–Requirements,” the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) defines a broad set of standards that organizations can implement to focus on business continuity and resilience. 

 

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What Is a Zero-Day Exploit?

If you’re plugged into the world of cybersecurity, then you’ve most likely come across breathless reports of new “zero-day” vulnerabilities hitting the wild. And, on the surface, these sound terrible… but do you understand what that means?

A zero-day exploit is a significant, but not world-ending, security flaw affecting systems without anyone having noticed them yet. Rather than a cause for worry, these issues call us to remain ever-vigilant against potential security issues and our responses to them. 

 

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HIPAA featured
Protected Health Information, File Sharing and Email

Protecting patient information is a crucial and necessary part of healthcare… but so is communicating effectively with patients. Considering that email continues to be the most common form of electronic communication, it stands to reason that providers meet patients where they are. 

However, HIPAA regulations have rather strict requirements for protecting PHI, and plain email just doesn’t cut it. Here, we’ll discuss how to effectively use email to engage with patients without breaking compliance.

 

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