Governance, Risk and Compliance
Mature GRC programs deliver agility so that the organization can effectively navigate risks and opportunities and build resiliency to recover from risk events quickly. To achieve these outcomes, GRC programs must be able to provide a holistic picture of the operational, strategic, compliance, financial, and social risks facing the organization.
To accomplish this, the GRC management strategy, processes, and technology architecture must align with the risks and objectives of the organization.
Watch this webinar to learn how to define, build, and enable an agile GRC program which will allow your organization to effectively navigate risks and opportunities and build resiliency to recover from risk events quickly.
What we’ll cover:
14:44 – OCEG’s official definition of GRC
18:07 – Critical questions organizations need to ask
19:43 – GRC Agility vs. Resiliency
27:12 – GRC Management: A Top-Down Approach
31:33 – GRC Management Strategy Drivers
33:29 – Critical Roles in GRC
34:53 – Rasmussen’s 5-step Plan for Building a GRC Strategy
39:46 – Creative GRC Thinking
41:50 – GRC Capability Model version 3.0
47:34 – GRC 20/20’s GRC Maturity Model
50:34 – How technology can deliver GRC Agility
Michael is an internationally recognized pundit on governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC). With 27+ years of experience, Michael helps organizations improve GRC processes, design and implement GRC architecture, and select effective, efficient, and agile technologies.
Ryan is a product manager and subject matter expert in governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) software. Leveraging his experience in risk advisory at Deloitte and implementations and product management at Resolver, Ryan delivers solutions and guidance to help organizations transform risk management into risk intelligence.