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Published By: RSA Security     Published Date: Nov 06, 2013
See a visual representation of the GRC framework needed within an organization to meet today's governance, risk and compliance needs, as well as how an organization should view GRC, its guiding principles and final objectives.
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Published By: ForeScout     Published Date: Feb 18, 2014
Find out how companies with hundreds to thousands of devices and distributed networks are managing security risks, enabling BYOD adoption, and supporting IT-GRC framework specifications. Download the Frost & Sullivan: Continuous Compliance and Next Generation NAC report. Click to download the report.
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Published By: Skillsoft     Published Date: Mar 06, 2014
Establishing an integrated GRC framework gives a company visibility and insight, plus the ability to reduce cost and exposure to violations, and increased control over remote operations and employees.
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Published By: Skillsoft     Published Date: Sep 30, 2013
This ExecBlueprint describes an integrated approach for managing performance, risk, and compliance through centralized governance processes. It is called “GRC” (governance, risk management, and compliance), and it provides a framework for sharing policies, processes, and documents at the enterprise level to improve communication, create organizational efficiencies, and reduce unnecessary risk.
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Published By: Skillsoft     Published Date: May 30, 2017
In the world of business (and innovation), “risk management” does not necessarily mean risk prevention. Often, there will be core areas where your company is willing to take risks in order to generate returns, such as entering a new market or developing a new product. Rather than avoid all risk, leaders of successful organizations assess the risks inherent in any situation and use them to drive company vision, strategies, plans, and processes. This ExecBlueprint describes an integrated approach for managing performance, risk, and compliance through centralized governance processes. It is called “GRC” (governance, risk management, and compliance), and it provides a framework for sharing policies, processes, and documents at the enterprise level to improve communication, create organizational efficiencies, and reduce unnecessary risk. How can GRC benefit an organization? When leaders are able to define their “risk appetite” and quantify all the risks facing them, they can make more appro
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