Albuquerque Business First Recognizes Cyber Risk Management Vendor for Linking Company Goals with What Employees Care Most About
Sunnyvale, Calif. and Albuquerque, N.M. – June 22, 2017 – RiskSense®, Inc., the pioneer and market leader in pro-active cyber risk management, today announced that it was selected a “Best Places to Work” Finalist in New Mexico for a second consecutive year by Albuquerque Business First. The publication is a subsidiary of American City Business Journals (ACBJ), the largest publisher of metropolitan business news in the United States with over 3.6 million readers each week. The honor recognizes RiskSense for creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions, company culture, benefits, vacation, and perks.
RiskSense was selected from over one hundred companies to qualify for consideration based on a two-stage nomination process and the results of a third-party administered survey of its employees’ overall satisfaction.
“We are honored to be named one of the ‘Best Places to Work’ for the second year in a row,” said Dr. Srinivas Mukkamala, co-founder and chief executive officer of RiskSense. “The cyber security industry is experiencing unprecedented growth and the future for RiskSense is bright. Our employees are essential to our customers’ and our partners’ continued success, and we take great pride in cultivating an environment and culture for employees to thrive.”
RiskSense has pioneered the category of cyber risk management in response to the increasing challenges of extracting actionable intelligence from the massive volume of data generated by a patchwork of cyber security products, including vulnerability scanners, threat intelligence feeds, and other complex security systems. The RiskSense Platform is the first cyber risk management solution that allows enterprises and governments to quickly understand their particular cyber risk exposure across a growing attack surface, quickly orchestrate remediation, and monitor the results. RiskSense reduces detection to remediation to minutes, not months, by unifying and contextualizing internal security intelligence, external threat data, and business criticality. This intelligence-driven approach enables organizations to pro-actively discover and address security gaps that pose the most severe risks to their operations.
Just this year, the company has won over 25 industry accolades for its technology and business. RiskSense is a dynamic and fast growing company that encourages employees to develop their full potential by creating a positive culture that encourages collaboration, recognition, and fun. The company has a bright and open work environment with a top-notch gym. RiskSense has a multi-cultural, diverse work force, and offers some of the best benefits in the industry. The company is currently hiring in Engineering, Product Marketing, Product Management, Sales Development, and Operations in New Mexico and Silicon Valley. For more information about the company and careers at RiskSense, visit https://www.risksense.com/careers.
About the Best Places to Work Award Program
New Mexico’s Best Places to Work awards were created in 2005 to honor organizations that deliver an outstanding work experience. Albuquerque Business First is proud to present the New Mexico’s Best Places to Work awards. Research for this project is performed by Quantum Workplace. This initiative is designed with several goals in mind:
- To recognize and honor those companies that have created positive work environments.
- To recognize and share best practices.
- To promote New Mexico and its area employers.
- To provide valuable feedback and data to participating companies that will assist them in measuring levels of employee satisfaction and engagement.
Albuquerque Business First is a subsidiary of American City Business Journals (ACBJ), the largest publisher of metropolitan business newsweeklies in the United States, with 43 business publications across the country reaching more than 3.6 million readers each week.