Risk management is trending through the roof here at Gartner as we strive to help our clients emerge from the COVID-19 crisis. What’s also trending is the readership of my RiskTech blog posts. So, to give readers a peek into what is most popular, I’ve curated the following “20 for 20” top blog posts read in May 2020.
- What’s So Cool About Risk Management?
- 10 Critical Elements of a Successful Risk Management Program
- Gartner’s New IRM Magic Quadrant Signals End of GRC Era
- Why Leading Software Vendors Are Dumping GRC for IRM
- 4 IRM Market Trends Will Accelerate Demand in COVID-19 Recovery
- Top Ten Gartner Client Topics for Emerging Technologies – Q1 2020
- How to Understand the Hype Fueling RiskTech
- Here’s Why IRM Solutions Are Superior to Archaic GRC Technology
- IRM 2020: Market Momentum Continues
- IRM Solutions Market Will Grow to $7.3 Billion by 2020
- IRM Visionaries and Challengers Join Forces to Battle Leaders
- A “PRACtical” View of Emerging Risk Management Technologies
- GRC 2020: The Approaching Year of Final Demise
- Emerging Risks in Cybersecurity: Gartner’s Top Ten Predictions
- Design Thinking Lies at the Corner of Risk Management & Innovation
- 4 Reasons Why GRC Is a Useless Term
- What Ever Happened to GRC?
- GRC Redefined: Gartner Adopts an Integrated Risk Management View
- Top 10 Gartner Emerging Technologies Client Topics for 2019
- Digital Risk “Techquilibrium” Requires IRM
I’ll continue to provide updated “20 for 20” listings throughout the remainder of 2020 to give you a sense of what’s most important to our readers. As always, be safe and stay healthy!
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