TruSight, the financial industry’s leading provider of validated third-party risk data, today announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment. TruSight’s extensive experience in assessing cloud service providers and helping financial services organizations meet complex regulatory and industry requirements will bring a valuable perspective to the CSA and its members.
Iron Mountain works with many of the world’s largest financial services institutions and is subject to a rapidly expanding number of annual customer risk assessments. The company needed to find a way to streamline the process and manage the number of resources dedicated to completing these assessments.
Company Has Completed a Comprehensive TruSight Assessment, the Industry Standard Established by Leading Financial Services Companies
Risk assessment ensures that the industry-leading messaging and collaboration platform meets global regulatory compliance standards
Computer software giant Adobe tapped TruSight to complete a comprehensive risk assessment of its cloud services to ensure they meet the rigorous requirements of the financial services industry.
FinExtra explains a new centralized risk assessment service that makes it easier for banks to onboard customers to data aggregation services. TruSight performs the pilot assessments and provides information over a secure platform to each of the pilot financial institutions.
The Industry-Leading TPRM Utility Also Achieved 100% Year-Over-Year Growth of Assessment Deliveries to an Expanding Customer Base
For Compliance Week, TruSight's CEO Jonathan Pressman spoke with Aaron Nicodemus about the company's third-party risk management model and the importance for companies to stay on top of risk management.
FinTech Zoom covers TruSight’s news that Jonathan Pressman has been named CEO. Taryn Thompson, chief procurement officer of Bank of America explains, “The business is embracing the TruSight customary, the evaluation portfolio is rising, and suppliers and monetary establishments are realizing the numerous advantages that accrue from adopting the TruSight methodology. Jonathan has performed a key half in TruSight’s success, and we’re assured that beneath his management, the corporate will proceed its fast development trajectory.”
Global FinTech Series features TruSight’s announcement detailing Jonathan Pressman’s appointment as CEO. Pressman’s leadership comes as the financial services industry accelerates adoption of TruSight.
Bank Business News highlights TruSight’s appointment of Jonathan Pressman as its CEO. Pressman’s appointment comes at a pivotal moment for the company, which has been rapidly expanding in the third-party risk space as key suppliers to the financial services industry have embraced TruSight’s methodology and participated in its risk assessment process.
For UK Finance, TruSight's Jonathan Pressman and Microsoft's Dave Dadoun collaborate for a blog series. This is part two.
For UK Finance, TruSight's Jonathan Pressman and Microsoft's Dave Dadoun collaborate for a blog series.
Vendors to financial institutions must complete extensive risk assessments at the onset of each new client engagement, resulting in substantial resources spent on completing questionnaires and providing materials.
TruSight, a leading third-party assessment utility, today announced that it finished 2019 with record revenues and assessment delivery, driven by the rapid adoption of its best-practices standard for third-party risk management in the financial services industry.
Industry-Standard Assessment Designed to Meet the Rigorous Third-Party Risk Management Requirements of Financial Institutions is Now Available On-Demand.