Castlepoint Systems wins ISACA Innovation Solutions Award
Castlepoint Systems, a disruptive governance, risk and compliance platform, has won the ISACA Innovation Solutions Award as the world’s first technology to help manage, protect, and de-risk all information everywhere in a single interface within an enterprise.
Trusted by some of the largest government departments and enterprises in Australia and New Zealand, and now launching globally, Castlepoint helps organisations meet their data security obligations to their stakeholders through complete visibility and control. The platform addresses the entire information governance lifecycle through a single pane of glass while remaining invisible and non-disruptive to users, existing systems, and source data.
The win reinforces how, in the current climate of high profile data breaches and rise of ransomware attacks, citizens globally expect their data to be protected, and how this platform allows the custodians of data to minimise the risk through better information controls. ISACA awards recognise outstanding and impactful contributions that advance the professional community and for Castlepoint, it noted the win “for innovating in the area of information risk and security management with artificial intelligence.”
Rachel Greaves, Castlepoint CEO, said: “We’re incredibly proud to be recognised for our technology that makes information protection and compliance stronger, for both the organisations holding the records, and the individuals whose data they hold. We founded the company in the belief that there had to be an easier, more streamlined and manageable way to de-risk our networks and protect our stakeholders. With Castlepoint, we have proven that this is not only possible, it is simple, and has enormous and rapid returns when it comes to efficiency, risk, and compliance. ISACA’s recognition of Castlepoint reinforces thatt cyber security strategies cannot be focused only on reducing the likelihood of breaches – good cyber management is just as critical to reduce the impact of any data spill.This is only possible by knowing ahead of time what data you have, where it is, who is doing what to it, and what inherent risk or value it has (as well as what regulatory rules apply to it).”
As threats continue to grow and breaches are accelerating in a climate of new tech and greater data sharing, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for organisations to properly manage their sensitive data and high-value information. In addition, data regulations are becoming more onerous, resulting in hard-earned good will being easily lost when mismanagement or data breaches occur. Being faster, more responsive, and smarter with data is key to tackling these significant challenges and this is exactly how Castlepoint is enabling and supporting its customers
Earlier this year Castlepoint Systems was listed in the fourth annual CyberTech100 list. Rachael Greaves was also recently included in the Innovate Finance ‘Women in FinTech Powerlist 2022’ in the category Senior Leaders (CEOs, CFOs, Founders, Executive Team Members) as a result of her outstanding hard work and achievements over the previous 12 months. In 2022, Rachael was announced Australia’s most outstanding woman in IT security, and also won the RegTech female entrepreneur of the year category, with her business also taking home the RegTech Association’s Australian business award.
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