Lockpath, a leading provider of governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced significant enhancements to its Keylight Platform. Version 4.9 of Keylight includes functionality that increases the ease-of-use of the platform and further aids customers in creating efficient integrated risk management programs.
Keylight customers will have access to advanced functionality allowing for greater efficiency and visibility in this latest update. The new enhancements include the ability to pre-set fields for third-party assessment issuance, leading to a more efficient and consistent vendor assessment process. Customers will also benefit from API enhancements that provide robust user and group management and defined import templates. Updates to the patent-pending Keylight Formula Engine allow users to more easily build powerful aggregate formulas.
“Keylight 4.9 reinforces our priority of providing one of the most user-friendly and intuitive GRC platforms on the market,” said Lockpath Chief Technology Officer Chris Goodwin. “With these updates, our customers will find that they are even better equipped to deal with the challenges of modern-day business.”
A new feature in Keylight 4.9 is the Unified Compliance Framework (UCF) Common Controls Hub connector, which enables Keylight users to easily synchronize UCF content, including authority documents, controls, citations and audit items. Additional partner updates empower stronger integrations with SecurityScorecard, SailPoint IdentityIQ and IBM AppScan.
“With the backdrop of regulatory change and a complex risk landscape for our customers, we knew that continuing to strengthen Keylight’s existing features and partner content, while also adding new features, was a must for Keylight 4.9,” said Chris Caldwell, Lockpath CEO.
Keylight allows an organization to house its entire list of compliance and risk management activities, processes and information in one database. The platform consists of a fully integrated suite of management applications designed to manage all facets of compliance and risk programs, including IT risk management, operational risk management, vendor risk management, audit management, health and safety management, business continuity management, and compliance and policy management.