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Brinqa Offers Industry-First Risk Analytics as a Service

Brinqa, a provider of an integrated risk analytics platform that helps enterprises extract knowledge from their big data for better decision-making, today announced the industry’s first Risk Analytics as a Service offering. The Cloud service solution is a powerful, cost-effective solution, addressing a need in the market for an easy-to-use risk analytics solution that does not require an expensive deployment process. Brinqa’s Risk Analytics as a Service will be generally available beginning February 28, 2014.

“Risk Analytics as a Service is aimed at companies that are struggling to find a cost-effective and efficient way to extract knowledge from their security and operations data that will help them identity their true risks and make better-informed business decisions,” said Amad Fida, CEO, Brinqa. "Our Cloud solution allows these companies to forego spending on a six-figure GRC system and instead pay for what they use by focusing on a specific set of features that are essential to their needs.”

Key product features in Brinqa’s Risk Analytics as a Service include:

  • Data aggregation from sources behind the firewall using a secure cloud connector gateway server
  • Pre-built and ready to use applications such as Application Security Risk, Service Provider Risk and Technology Risk Analytics; No customizations or coding required
  • Complete data encryption; data at rest as well as data in motion
  • Advance analytics using Machine Learning algorithms
  • Pay per use pricing;

Brinqa is the first to offer an affordable Cloud-based risk analytics solution that includes complete automation and continual tracking and reporting of risk that can be used by non-Fortune 1000 companies. By moving to the Cloud, Risk Analytics as a Service users benefit from Brinqa’s years of experience working with large enterprises by getting proven processes and workflows out-of-box with no additional cost or expensive consulting.

“Risk data is often siloed in various documents and spreadsheets across the enterprise and must be manually processed for risk analysis,” adds Fida. “Brinqa’s Cloud service automates the aggregation and analysis of this data for a clearer picture of risk posture.”

Brinqa’s Risk Analytics as a Service offering is built upon the foundation of the Brinqa Enterprise Platform. The platform provides organizations visibility into all essential data and the metrics needed to proactively offset potential threats. Through complete automation of risk data aggregation and analysis, Brinqa shortens response time to emerging threats and reduces effort and cost to organizations by utilizing a common platform across the enterprise. The Brinqa Risk Analytics platform is the most affordable and easy to use platform in the industry, offering more data aggregation, correlation and analysis covering more business functions than any other single solution available today.

For more information on Brinqa, visit www.brinqa.com.

To learn what Brinqa can bring to your company, visit [email protected].

About Brinqa:

Brinqa is the leading independent software vendor in developing risk analytics solutions that enables enterprise customers to minimize risk, meet stringent regulatory mandates and increase the operational efficiency of their IT infrastructures. Brinqa’s flagship product is a one-stop platform for comprehensive risk aggregation, analysis and reporting, providing companies with an easy-to-understand view of their risk posture. This gives executives the knowledge needed to make much more informed business decisions for a competitive advantage.

For more information, please visit www.brinqa.com.

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