Applying Technology to GRC – The Big Picture

Applying Technology to GRC – The Big Picture
Collection filed under Information Technology , Integrated GRC

Governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) technology can provide big benefits to your organization. What can you expect and where do you start? Dan Zitting, VP of Product Management and Design at ACL Services, shares his perspectives in the 24 interview videos below.

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V01. Introduction

Introduction of Dan Zitting, VP of Product Management and Design at ACL Services.

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V02. Thoughts on GRC

Dan Zitting's thoughts on GRC and opportunities associated with it.

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V03. Decision Making: Regular vs. Risk-aware Decisions

The difference between making a regular decision and making decisions with an understanding of the risks associated with them.

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V04. The Purpose of GRC Software

What GRC technology enables companies to accomplish or establish.

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V05. Three Lines of Defense (LOD) Model

Description of the three aspects of defense, as established by the IIA, and their role in risk management and control.

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V06. Implications of the LOD Model

Consequences of following this model, both positive and negative.

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V07. How Technology Impacts the LOD Model

How each of the three lines of defense benefits from technological support.

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V08. Data-Driven GRC

The framework laid out to integrate both the risk, control, and process-oriented content and the specific content of interest from data so that one is always looking at data within the context of risk to then make decisions supported by the data.

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V09. Organizations and Data: Current State vs. Ideal State

How organizations are currently equipped to handle and interpret data and how, in time, organizations may potentially become more equipped to deal with data in an ideal way.

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V10. Technological Trends and GRC

How technological trends impact GRC and what they enable organizations to accomplish.

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V11. Impacts of Technological Trends Continued

How technological trends impact GRC and what they enable organizations to accomplish.

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V12. Impacts of Social Networks on GRC

How social networks influence GRC technology.

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V13. Spinning Business Data into Gold

Utilizing data already in existence to explore interesting questions that can lead to more awareness and financial security.

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V14. Use of Technology to Detect Financial Inefficiency and Waste

How technology can be used to go through existing data in order to find in what ways finances are not being managed efficiently.

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V15. Use of Technology to Detect Abuse of Financial Policies

How technology can be used to go through existing data in order to find where policies are abused or taken advantage of for various reasons .

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V16. Streamlining Processes

How technology can be used to streamline processes, thus reducing costs and managing waste.

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V17. Improving Decision-Making

How the software enables better decision-making by bringing forth relevant information that can be used for making decisions, both risk related and performance-based.

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V18. Challenges of Global GRC

Obstacles that come up when dealing with GRC software on a global scale, such as cutural differences and language barriers.

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V19. Where to Start

Establishing objectives, exploring the risks, determining which controls to put into place and how to evaulate or assess those controls.

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V20. What Not to Do

A few things to avoid or seek balance in to avoid unnecessary complications.

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V21. Solutions in Large Organizations vs. Small Organizations

Same basic fundamental approach and differences that exist between organizations of different sizes.

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V22. Business vs. Government

Differences in work with public sector and privately owned business.

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V23. Influence of Human Behavior on GRC

The relationship between human behavior and GRC policies and how to analyze it to address the arising issues.

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V24. Technology and Its Role in GRC Policy

Technology is fundamental to GRC processes and helps provide the bridge between different areas of GRC.

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