Risk management is a crucial component of creating a safe and prolific learning environment. Educational institutions, by law and by moral obligation, must assess and control risks to varying degrees. Across different areas such as general student safety, cyber protection, transportation, food service, etc., you will have unique risks that must be addressed. To say keeping track of it all can be a challenge, is putting it lightly.
Many educational institutions face similar challenges, but every school is diverse with pre-existing solutions in palce. That’s why our software is fully customizable to meet your needs. Use our platforms to assess against criteria specific to you. That includes any relevant standards, regulations, or custom content such as policies. Track compliance with FERPA, ESEA, IDEA, HIPAA, grant rules, and others, and prepare for audits. Custom reports and charts present all of your selected data.
SecureWatch integrates Enterprise Security, Risk and Compliance so we can assess and communicate as one.
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Effectively allocate resources by identifying the most critical risks and areas of noncompliance.
The software serves as a central repository, allowing easy access to all relevant assessment and policy information.
Automatically create a custom report using assessment data that illustrates risks, security gaps, remediation, and any supplemental data.
Use our software on any device with browser access. You can even work offline by using our app.
Track compliance to FERPA, ESEA, IDEA, DFSCA, grant rules, and others you may need or choose to use.
Reduce the time needed to complete assessments by an average of 74% so you can focus on reducing high risks and closing security gaps.
Bring together third-party data and internal incident management systems and inspections to create an accurate view of each location-specific risks.
Streamlines assessment process across enterprises with its powerful data gathering and analysis capabilities.
Create a repository of data for analysis and promote visibility of risk from many separate areas.
Data gathered can be re-purposed in workflows to calculate and display trends in data year over year.
In September of 2019, Michigan State University (MSU) was fined $4.5 million dollars in response to their noncompliance with the Clery Act. Reasons include failure to: properly classify reported incidents and disclose crime statistics, issue timely warnings in accordance with federal regulations, identify and notify campus security authorities and establish an adequate system for collecting crime statistics from all required sources.