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20 for 20: Top RiskTech Blog Posts for May 2020

By John A. Wheeler | June 04, 2020 | 2 Comments

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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.

  1. What’s So Cool About Risk Management?
  2. 10 Critical Elements of a Successful Risk Management Program
  3. Gartner’s New IRM Magic Quadrant Signals End of GRC Era
  4. Why Leading Software Vendors Are Dumping GRC for IRM
  5. 4 IRM Market Trends Will Accelerate Demand in COVID-19 Recovery
  6. Top Ten Gartner Client Topics for Emerging Technologies – Q1 2020
  7. How to Understand the Hype Fueling RiskTech
  8. Here’s Why IRM Solutions Are Superior to Archaic GRC Technology
  9. IRM 2020: Market Momentum Continues
  10. IRM Solutions Market Will Grow to $7.3 Billion by 2020
  11. IRM Visionaries and Challengers Join Forces to Battle Leaders
  12. A “PRACtical” View of Emerging Risk Management Technologies
  13. GRC 2020: The Approaching Year of Final Demise
  14. Emerging Risks in Cybersecurity: Gartner’s Top Ten Predictions
  15. Design Thinking Lies at the Corner of Risk Management & Innovation
  16. 4 Reasons Why GRC Is a Useless Term
  17. What Ever Happened to GRC?
  18. GRC Redefined: Gartner Adopts an Integrated Risk Management View
  19. Top 10 Gartner Emerging Technologies Client Topics for 2019
  20. 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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  • ashish says:

    Risk mitigation will be the key agenda for upcoming months during this pandemic. It’s interesting too how CIO will be embracing it.

  • Thank you a lot for sharing this with all of us