ENCORE: Report on the OCEG GRC Crisis Readiness Survey

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ENCORE: Report on the OCEG GRC Crisis Readiness Survey
July 8
2:00 PM
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In this webinar, we are reporting the findings of OCEG's survey on GRC and Crisis Readiness.

Are organizations with mature GRC teams, processes and technology better able to handle a crisis when one arises? 

Are agile GRC capabilities the key to planning for global events that might affect your operations?

Are you aware of how the current pandemic provides a clear business case for improving GRC in your organization right now?

In this webinar, we are reporting the findings of OCEG's survey on GRC and Crisis Readiness. 

We have explored the level of detail and key steps needed to prepare ahead for major crisis events such as pandemics, severe and sudden weather events, massive technology disruptions and more. In this survey, we look at how organizations have prepared, how well those efforts are known across the organization and how agile technology for GRC is critically supporting these efforts.

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine the level of maturity in crisis readiness planning
  • Identify the core steps that must be taken in advance and items to consider
  • Outline how agile GRC technologies can be used in both planning and response


Ernest Anunciacion, Director of Product Marketing, Workiva

Carole Switzer, OCEG Co-Founder and President

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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