Lockpath receives US patent
Published on November 6, 2014
OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS — Lockpath, a leader in innovative governance, risk management, regulatory compliance (GRC) and information security (InfoSec) solutions, announced today its receipt of a newly issued patent relating to its Keylight™ platform. On October 28, 2014, the United States Patent and Trademark Office issued Lockpath U.S. Patent number 8,874,621 entitled Dynamic Content Systems and Methods.
The patent covers Lockpath’s Dynamic Content Framework (DCF), the foundation of the company’s GRC platform. The DCF is a highly scalable and flexible content engine that gives users the ability to create custom tables and fields. With DCF’s drag-and-drop functionality, users can efficiently import and modify large sets of records. It gives users the ability to generate their own reports without requiring the assistance of developers and report writers, options that are not found on other GRC platforms.
“There is a significant need for efficiency and ease-of-use in today’s technology,” said Chris Goodwin, Chief Technology Officer at Lockpath. “This patent further highlights our commitment to providing our customers with the latest in GRC technology offerings and to maintaining our position as an industry innovator.”
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 automate business processes, reduce enterprise risk and demonstrate regulatory compliance 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.