NEW YORK, Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Kroll (“the Company”), a global leader in risk mitigation, investigations, compliance and due diligence, cyber resilience, security, and incident response solutions, today announced that CIOReview has named Kroll one of the “20 Most Promising Compliance Technology Solution Providers–2017,” an annual listing of 20 companies that are at the forefront of providing compliance solutions and impacting the marketplace.
CIOReview’s selection panel evaluated hundreds of compliance technology solutions providers in order “to help CCOs, CIOs, and CEOs find the right compliance technology provider for their enterprises.” The publication explained how today’s increasingly complex compliance landscape has organizations in quest of integrated platforms that can deliver on a host of regulatory and operational objectives. Also in demand are innovative analytical solutions with customizable built-in flexibility to monitor compliance risks in real-time.
Building on its unrivaled history of delivering compliance solutions to its clients, the Company’s multidisciplinary team has developed the web-based Kroll Compliance Portal, which leverages best-in-class technology. The Kroll Compliance Portal features automation and customization that promote efficiency and transparency in the compliance workflow, while allowing for client-specific processes to be accommodated. The Portal also highlights how Kroll’s compliance solutions incorporate four major elements – advice, technology, data, and diligence – which work together to support internal compliance teams facing the myriad challenges that come with managing enterprise-wide diligence activities and adherence to global anti-corruption laws.
“Obtaining this impressive industry recognition stands as a testament to the expertise, innovative thinking, and relentless drive that our professionals bring to our clients’ management of their most challenging enterprise risks,” said Steven Bock, Managing Director and Head of Operations and Research with Kroll’s Compliance practice. “As due diligence and compliance-related risks grow in number and complexity, it is imperative to look beyond surface-level information. Kroll’s combination of sophisticated technology, global resources, language skills, and highly experienced professionals helps clients achieve a deeper, more refined perspective that results in more informed decision-making.”
Kroll is the leading global provider of risk solutions. For more than 40 years, Kroll has helped clients make confident risk management decisions about people, assets, operations and security through a wide range of investigations, cyber security, due diligence and compliance, physical and operational security, and data and information management services. Headquartered in New York with more than 35 offices in 20 countries, Kroll has a multidisciplinary team of nearly 1,000 employees and serves a global clientele of law firms, financial institutions, corporations, non-profit institutions, government agencies, and individuals. For more information visit www.kroll.com.
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