Governance Risk & Compliance (GRC)

Every organizational business function and process is governed in some way to meet objectives. Each of these objectives has risks, as well as controls that increase the likelihood of success (or minimize the impact of failure). These are the fundamental concepts of GRC. To maximize business performance, GRC programs are designed to help companies avoid major disasters and minimize the impact when avoidance is unlikely.

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    Report: GDPR And Privacy Best Practices Of Financial Services Firms

    It's the job of security and privacy professionals in financial services (FS) firms to strike the right balance between more stringent data privacy rules and pressing demand for more innovative ...

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    Report: Mature Cybersecurity Incident Response Requires Legal Advice

    Business and technology leaders often dismiss lawyers as pedantic and obstacles to productivity. This is certainly something security and risk pros can relate to. However, it's important to get ...

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    Report: Combat GRC Skeptics With A Dynamic Road Map

    Lofty GRC visions and strategies falter without prescriptive plans that illustrate how you will reach higher GRC maturity and why such efforts are important for your organization. To help foster...

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    Report: The Open Banking Revolution Is Imminent

    Open banking is the next logical evolution of digital banking, furthering the ability of a bank to enable customer outcomes through participation in collaborative ecosystems and partnerships. Di...

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    Report: Build The Business Case For GRC

    Before you can build a GRC program capable of addressing today's top business threats, you first need to obtain the necessary budget and leadership support to turn your GRC vision into reality. ...

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