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GRC Assessment Software for Information Security Risk Management (ISRM)
Improve your security posture with a people-centered approach
Empower everyone in your organization to protect data with Isora. Develop a dynamic scalable process to address evolving threats and regulatory requirements.
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Streamline compliance processes and audits

Provide the most up-to-date information simply by inviting auditors to Isora

Work together to be more resilient and responsive

Engage people across your organization to keep data safe

Develop a risk management playbook

Make data-driven proactive decisions to protect sensitive information

Risk Management
Increase visibility to reduce risk
Quit gathering information in spreadsheets or across different apps.  Stay on top of all the details—people, assets, vendors and more—in Isora.
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  • SIG, CAIQ, HECVAT and more
  • Questionnaire builder
  • Audit history log
Improve communication for more accurate assessments
Identify information security gaps with people inside and outside your organization
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  • Gap analysis reports
  • Categorical heatmaps
  • CSV & PDF exports
Risk Register & Reports
Manage risks more methodically
Mitigate issues quickly and strategically—get everyone in sync from the register. Identify areas of concern by analyzing findings in Isora.
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  • Track metadata
  • Manage evidence
  • Inventory reports
Isora transforms our approach to information security risk management, enabling our team to have meaningful conversations with people across disciplines, driving security improvements and a culture of risk awareness. It's been a game-changer for us.

Cam Beasley, Chief Information Security Officer

The University of Texas at Austin
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What is Information Security Risk Management (ISRM)?

Information Security Risk Management (ISRM) is a crucial part of an organization’s risk management, focusing on protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets. It complies with key regulations and standards such as GLBA, HIPAA, ISO 27001, GDPR, PCI-DSS, NIST frameworks, FISMA, and SOX. ISRM entails identifying information assets, assessing and prioritizing risks, implementing appropriate controls, and monitoring their effectiveness. Through this structured approach, organizations can proactively manage security risks, ensure compliance with a broad range of regulatory requirements, and enhance their cybersecurity resilience.

How can a GRC Assessment Platform help with ISRM?

A GRC Assessment Platform like Isora enhances ISRM by streamlining collaboration, simplifying risk assessments, evidence gathering, and mitigation tracking. Its real-time collaboration and automation improve efficiency in identifying and prioritizing risks. Additionally, the platform’s analytical tools support data-driven decision-making with scorecards, reports, and dashboards.

Why is ISRM necessary?

ISRM is essential because it ensures an organization can identify, assess, and mitigate information security risks in a structured manner. This not only complies with various regulations, including HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and GDPR but also protects sensitive data and maintains business continuity against evolving cyber threats. ISRM empowers organizations to manage risks proactively, allocate resources effectively, and respond to incidents informedly.

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