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Top 5 companies reducing the compliance
In India, the government is focusing on reducing the compliance burden on businesses and citizens has the potential to become the new driver of economic growth
Scrut Automation hires Todd Dekkinga as its Chief Information Security Officer
Scrut Automation, a leading automation platform for risk and information security (infosec), has appointed Todd Dekinga as its Chief Information Security Officer.
Scrut Automation launches Risk Management for
Scrut Automation, a leading compliance automation platform, unveiled Risk Management, a first-of-its-kind risk assessment tool, to further bolster its offerings in the compliance automation industry.
Scrut Automation launches ‘Risk Management’ for
streamlining risk assessments
Scrut Risk Management is designed to help customers manage their risks more effectively. The tool streamlines risk assessments by automating risk identification, evaluation, mitigation, and monitoring
Aayush Ghosh Choudhury at Scrut Automation on bringing SaaS innovation to governance, risk and compliance
Aayush talks about the innovations that are built into Scrut, and plans ahead, after a recent funding round that saw the young venture get the backing of Endiya Partners and Lightspeed
Scrut Automation launches Trust Vault to help customers demonstrate their security posture
Scrut Automation APAC’s leading information security (InfoSec) compliance automation platform, launched a new product called Trust Vault as an integrated offering to its smart GRC platform.
Scrut Automation Launches ‘Trust Vault’, an Integrated
Offering on its GRC Platform
30, Startups to watch
The startup that caught our
eye in February 2022.
In 2020, Inc42 launched the ‘30 Startups To Watch’ monthly series to showcase sector-agnostic early stage companies with disruptive concepts.
Scrut Automation raises $3 million from Lightspeed,
IT Firm Scrut Automation on Thursday said has raised USD 3 million in seed funding from Lightspeed and Endiya Partners. The company plans to use the fund to expend operations in US and EU.