Configure and manage different risk frameworks

Create and manage different risk models and risk processes for use in risk assessments in different areas of the business and for different types of assessment objects, such as departments, agreements, processes, systems, information, and more.

Create and manage central directories with risks, vulnerabilities, predefined action suggestions, and more.

Update and supplement your risk framework as needed - with retained risk data.

Perform risk assessments

Easily perform different risk assessments per department, production facility, system, process, information term, and more. It is very easy for end users to conduct risk assessments on their own based on risk administrators' settings.

EIT supports linking to risk mitigating controls and activities, and displaying events (such as IT incidents) linked to different assessment objects.

Manage members and permissions for different risk assessments.


When risks are analyzed and measures are planned, someone needs to approve this. EIT supports attest management so you have full traceability over all your decisions about risks and actions.

Follow-up and reports

Search, sort, filter and group risk data in different ways. Make selections to show all risk assessments and action plans, in different categories, countries, departments, positions, persons, products, services, processes, systems, information, or other selections.

View different charts, statistics, and details of risk assessments and action plans. Easily save and update your favorite report settings.

Enable support for managers to easily do follow-up of their part of the organization.


Easily manage who can create, update and monitor risk frameworks and risk assessments. For example, administrators in different departments or areas of responsibility may only manage and monitor risks within their department or area of responsibility.

Client support

All users can work via web browsers from computers, tablets and mobile phones.

There are no requirements for plug-ins or other client installations.

Web browsers that can be used are for example Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Firefox.