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Top Answer: The most valuable part of the product is the ease-of-use and the opportunity to create custom security applications easily.
Top Answer: I am currently using an older version of the product so my installation is not current. There have already been two new versions of Archer released after the version I have. I use 6.5 and 6.6 and 6.7… more »
Top Answer: I am developing applications in Archer from RSA (Rivest, Shamir, and Adelman). It is quite easy to implement the application. You just configure the workflow, define the forms and how the data is… more »
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out of 52 in GRC
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Overview
Archer adapt enterprise governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) products to your requirements, build applications, and integrate with other systems, control the audit lifecycle to enable improved governance of audit-related activities, data, and processes, reduce the risk of IT and business disruption, harmful operational events, and significant business crises and build an efficient, collaborative governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) program across IT, finance, operations, and legal.

Active Risk Manager (ARM) solution can collect all risk data from anywhere in an organization, compiling it into one centralized system. ARM is the system of record for all risk-related information within an organization, putting high quality, real-time governance and compliance data at the fingertips of executives and risk managers - without reliance on a patchwork of systems or spreadsheets. If a risk is identified, response plans and fallbacks can be instantly accessible to all through ARM, the enterprise-wide, web-based system.

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T-Systems, Bridge Point, Equifax, First Data, Global Imaging Company, Manulife FinancialEADS, Eurocopter, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon
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RSA Archer is ranked 2nd in GRC with 3 reviews while STG Active Risk Manager is ranked 33rd in GRC. RSA Archer is rated 9.0, while STG Active Risk Manager is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of RSA Archer writes "A rich feature set helps save time and effort, making us more efficient and saving us money". On the other hand, RSA Archer is most compared with IBM OpenPages, Telos Xacta IA Manager, MetricStream, OneTrust GRC and SAP BusinessObjects GRC, whereas STG Active Risk Manager is most compared with .

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