The survey conducted by Loudhouse Research of 1,010 executives with responsibility for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) in their organizations found increasing risk and regulation complexity is now the biggest pressure on organizations’ GRC functions.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: Feb 24, 2016
Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) organizations are always concerned with violations of Acceptable Use Policies, the scenario of the workforce using a network, website, or system to perform inappropriate actions. But insider threats can also result from legitimate work activities that are being done for illegitimate purposes. Read how a leading insurance company leveraged an End User Experience Monitoring solution to identify employees harvesting customer data before leaving the company.
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.
Published By: MarkLogic
Published Date: Jun 21, 2017
Global financial organizations are facing increasing demands from the business for more granularity, transparency, reporting and security. If you’re on the IT side, you know this adds a different set of ‘mores’ to the equation: More duplication, delays, and people. What’s the net-net? More cost and more risk.
You can balance the scales to satisfy those demands. And it starts with thinking differently about data management.
Our financial services technology experts will explore the implications of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) imperatives. You’ll learn:
• Why data is at the heart of an effective and dynamic GRC strategy
• Why technological capabilities used to enable standard GRC programs can reduce transparency and prevent you from gaining a holistic view of your data
• A new approach to data can provide the business with complete transparency
• Review a sample regulatory reporting architecture
Stop burning time on tooling — and start building a dynamic GRC strategy that can
Uncertain times and a volatile economic climate have contributed to an expanding focus on corporate governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) across all industries. As global mandates and compliance directives continue to snowball, organizations are faced with an imminent need to adopt a programmatic approach and tightly integrate risk management initiatives with ongoing business processes. Business intelligence and reporting also provide a powerful mechanism for gaining a deep understanding of key factors that impact corporate performance.
This paper explains SAP’s vision for a cross-enterprise governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solution and the benefits it can provide, defines key terms, and discusses what to look for when evaluating GRC software options.
Increased regulatory requirements, the need for transparency, and the desire to better manage and mitigate risks have combined to make Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) top of mind for both business and Information Technology (IT) executives. Business managers and IT security managers must work collaboratively and continuously to control access and authorization, guarding against fraud and mistakes, while providing the clear visibility that is prerequisite for sound corporate oversight to ensure profitability and compliance.
Learn the reasons why a holistic view of risk in your company is essential in times of financial turbulence - and how many companies are adding value through governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) initiatives. (Economist Intelligence Unit, 2009)
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.
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
Many internal control programs are still undergoing major modifications due to increased PCAOB requirements, adoption of the 2013 COSO Framework, and board focus on risk and compliance processes. Organizations are using several technology approaches to manage the process—some with more success than others.
Read this white paper to learn why organizations need to utilize the tools that optimize collaboration and focus on productivity, the pros and cons of desktop-based spreadsheets and GRC platforms, and the merits of taking a fresh approach to technology to manage internal control processes.