Release Notes


June 5, 2019
by Ken Fraser

Rizikon Assurance has been updated to version 1.10 as of 4th June 2019.

Version 1.10 contains the following changes;

Scorecard (Beta)

Rizikon Assurance Scorecard shows you every assessed risk as well as key information for each of your Suppliers or Third parties in a single glance.  The scorecard can show scores and data extracted from all of your Rizikon Assurance Assessments, and/or Creditsafe company information and credit ratings.  Customisable scoring generates an overall risk score and, along with the organisation impact score, provide a Third Party Criticality value, allowing you to view, organise and prioritise your third parties.

Please contact us to request a trial -- Commercially available in v2.0 later in the Summer. Find out more at

Creditsafe Integration (Beta)

Rizikon Assurance 1.10 also incorporates integration with Creditsafe’s 320-million record company information and credit risk database. Subject to additional costs for credit reports.

Please contact us to request a trial -- Commercially available in v2.0 later in the Summer.

New Financial Input Question type

Users will now be able to input numerical answers according to Comma Style Format separators.

Organisation "Impact" and automatic tag generation

To accompany the Rizikon Assurance Scorecard functionality, managers can now add an “Organisation Impact” value to an organisation, visible as a tag after being set on creation. Setting an impact value will be a mandatory process of adding an Organisation to the system, and will automatically generate the appropriate system tag for the chosen level.  Levels range from 1 (Very Low) to 5 (Very High).

Various user experience fixes and improvements to accessability

Improvements have been made to the Completer and Assessor Assessments View, displaying content in two separate grids. Assessments now display Sections and Questions on the same page, improving organisation and workflow for Completers and Assessors.  The application has also received improvements for accessability on smaller screens, among other minor bugfixes and improvements.

If you have any questions or issues, please let us know via

Ken Fraser

Senior Product Specialist

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September 1, 2017
by Tom Hoskin

Rizikon has been updated to version 1.9 as of 1st September 2017.

Version 1.9 contains the following changes;

Updated Cyber Essentials

The Cyber Essentials questionnaire and scoring mechanism used in Rizikon have been updated. This will allow users to become certified using the latest version of Cyber Essentials certification. The review process for Cyber Essentials certification has also been updated to provide better review functionality.

Updated Question Set

The Rizikon question set has been updated. The update includes new questions from Cyber Essentials as well as modifications to the existing question set.

Updated Report

The Rizikon report has been updated. This update includes recommendations for the new questions, and updated scoring mechanisms for Cyber Risk and Cyber Essentials.


If you have any questions or issues, please let us know via


Tom Hoskin

Rizikon Product Manager

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October 31, 2018
by Tom Hoskin

Rizikon Assurance has been updated to version 1.8 as of 30th October 2018.

Version 1.8 contains the following changes;

Improved Assessment Renewal

Assessment renewal dates can now be set upon Approval/Rejection of an assessment. Renewal dates now appear in the Assessment List view, and there is now a filter option to display all renewal dates that are up for renewal.

Supplier Tagging

Suppliers can now be “tagged” and organised into groups. This allows managers to sort suppliers into categories such as “Risk level”, “Location”, “Certifications held”, and any other grouping that can be defined by managers. Tags can then be used to filter the Supplier List, and can be used to target specific suppliers for review or assessment.

Anti-Bribery & Corruption assessment

We have added an Anti-Bribery and Corruption assessment to our standard library of assessments. This can now be used along with our existing standard assessments and assesses the risk of bribery or corruption within an organisation.

Improved setup for new customers

We have improved our new customer setup process to allow new customers to start using Rizikon Assurance as quickly as possible.

Improved Email Notifications

Email notifications now reference the assessments that generated them, so completers and assessors are aware of the specific assessment that requires attention.

If you have any questions or issues, please let us know via

Tom Hoskin

Rizikon Product Manager

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