Lockpath Delivers Unprecedented Flexibility, Ease-of-Use in Keylight 4.2

Published on August 25, 2015

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS — The regulatory compliance and information security landscape is rapidly evolving. Therefore, the software solutions organizations use to ensure compliance and security must constantly expand their capacity to manage data. Today, Lockpath, a leader in innovative governance, risk management, compliance (GRC) and information security solutions, released the latest version of its award-winning platform — Keylight 4.2 — giving users even greater access to critical data that helps them stay compliant and secure.

“The latest enhancements to Keylight improve the usability, functionality and performance of the platform, all as a result of customer feedback and the evolving marketplace,” Chris Goodwin, Lockpath’s Chief Technology Officer and co-founder, said. “End users will find the Keylight platform more powerful, making it easier to manage their GRC processes.”

In Keylight 4.2, users gain access to Conditional Rules, a major addition to the patented Dynamic Content Framework (DCF), which is the highly scalable and flexible foundation of the Keylight platform. With Conditional Rules, an administrator can define one or many actions to occur when a specific condition is achieved. This allows dynamic logic to be built directly into the record, in order to efficiently capture or require only the appropriate data.

Other Keylight 4.2 updates include a redesigned navigation menu and two new integration methods. Reporting, workflow and application enhancements make it simpler for customers to use risk and compliance data to the fullest extent, within role-based security parameters.

“This is one of our largest Keylight releases to date,” Goodwin said. “In Keylight 4.2, Conditional Rules and a new navigation menu bring further configurability and an updated look and feel to the most flexible GRC platform on the market.”

Some of the new features and enhancements in Keylight 4.2 include:

  • Conditional Rules for DCF tables allow users to build smart, dynamic forms, and to selectively hide or require fields and data.
  • The email connector feature allows emails to be monitored and mapped into tables. For example, organizations using a compliance@examplecompany.com email for compliance or whistleblowing incident tips could automatically map emails into records within Keylight for investigation and remediation.
  • The RSS feed connector automatically creates DCF records based on a RSS feed URL.
  • New drop-down navigation menus provide separate drop-down menus for each of the individual applications, user preferences, administration, and online help.
  • Additional enhancements related to system-wide notifications, reporting, workflows and additional fields provide increased flexibility and security.

Visit lockpath.com for more information on Keylight. Follow Lockpath on LinkedIn and on Twitter at @Lockpath for the latest in industry, company and product news.


About Lockpath

Lockpath is a market leader in corporate governance, risk management, regulatory compliance (GRC) and information security (InfoSec) software. The company’s flexible, scalable and fully integrated suite of applications is used by organizations to manage risk, demonstrate regulatory compliance, and automate business processes — all in order to achieve audit-ready status. Lockpath serves a client base of global organizations ranging from small and midsize companies to Fortune 10 enterprises in more than 15 industries. The company is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. For more information on Lockpath and the Keylight Platform, visit lockpath.com. Follow Lockpath on LinkedIn and on Twitter at @Lockpath and @KeylightGRC for the latest in industry, company and product news.


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