NAVEX Global Expands into Integrated Risk Management

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While we seldom use our Ethics & Compliance Matters blog to share news about NAVEX Global, we wanted you to hear about our recent acquisition from us first.

We are pleased to announce that NAVEX Global has acquired Lockpath, Inc., a recognized leader in integrated risk management (IRM) software.

Many of you reading this are already familiar with Lockpath. As a leader in integrated risk management, Lockpath has played an integral role in delivering holistic, effective GRC management solutions. Their flagship product, Keylight is an agile IRM solution that addresses strategic, operational, and IT risks for customers of varying complexity and sizes. Lockpath is also recognized in the Gartner® Integrated Risk Management Magic Quadrant as a Leader, and is also cited in several other Gartner reports. This acquisition significantly expands the range of NAVEX Global’s GRC solutions to include both E&C as well as IRM.   

These are exciting times for our company and the industry. Stay tuned for more information about Lockpath as our two organizations become one.

To learn more, click here to read our press release announcing this acquisition.   


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