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My Top 8 Popular Gartner Blog Posts for February 2018

by John A. Wheeler  |  March 2, 2018  |  Submit a Comment

Not to be outdone by my esteemed colleague Dr. Anton Chuvakin, here are my top 8 blog posts read in February 2018:

  1. Gartner’s New IRM Magic Quadrant Signals End of GRC Era 
  2. GRC vs. IRM Solutions – What’s the Difference? 
  3. IRM Solutions Market Will Grow to $7.3 Billion by 2020
  4. Gartner’s Hype Cycle Focuses on Integrated Risk Management
  5. GRC Redefined: Gartner Adopts an Integrated Risk Management View
  6. Emerging Risks in Cybersecurity: Gartner’s Top Ten Predictions 
  7. 10 Critical Elements of a Successful Risk Management Program
  8. 3 Resolutions to Turn GRC Failure Into IRM Success

As you will notice, the most popular posts relate to a similar topic – Integrated Risk Management (IRM).  It demonstrates the strong interest and increasing demand for software solutions in the IRM market.

In the words of Dr. Chuvakin, наслаждаться!

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John A. Wheeler
Senior Director, Advisory - Integrated Risk Management
8 years at Gartner
29 years IT Industry

John A. Wheeler leads analyst coverage of integrated risk management (IRM) technology solutions and professional services. His areas of specialty include risk management, executive leadership and corporate governance. Follow him on Twitter @JohnAWheeler Read Full Bio




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