Controls mapping is hot. It’s also difficult.

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Controls mapping is hot. It’s also difficult.
November 7
11:00 AM
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Join us to find out why Controls Mapping is all the rage in compliance circles these days.

Controls Mapping allows Risk and Compliance officers to find the commonalities in their diverse control sets, standards, and regulatory requirements and handle them with one stroke. Unfortunately it’s harder than it sounds. In this webinar, we’ll take a closer look at what’s driving the interest in this new compliance frontier, and offer some recommendations for getting there yourself. You’ll hear from Tom Cornelius, Senior Partner at Compliance Forge, as well as Gary Elens, Director of Customer Success at LogicGate. Megan Phee Brown, LogicGate’s Head of Strategic Alliances, will serve as our moderator for the session.

Learning Objectives

Discuss an overview of controls and controls mapping

Understand the drivers behind the recent interest

Understand reasons why it’s harder than it sounds

Discuss recommendations for how to adopt controls mapping

Discuss cautionary tales and what to watch for


Megan Phee Brown, Head of Strategic Alliances, LogicGate


Tom Cornelius, Senior Partner, Compliance Forge

Gary Elens, Director of Customer Success, LogicGate

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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