GRC Plus RegTech - How to Make GRC Strategies More Intelligent
In this webinar, attendees will discover ways to craft more intelligent GRC strategies while meeting RegTech solution requirements.
The development of the “RegTech” industry, formerly under the umbrella of FinTech, has created a defined niche, primarily in the financial services sector. New RegTech providers focus on improving regulatory change management workflows by introducing technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and process automation. How will financial services firms and other industries manage their regulatory changes using their existing GRC solution? Technology is necessary to implement a solid GRC ecosystem, but existing GRC solutions require new functionality and data to bridge the gap between GRC and RegTech solutions. Aligning these two approaches to compliance requires a smarter use case for the traditional GRC ecosystem.
In this webinar, attendees will discover ways to craft more intelligent GRC strategies while meeting RegTech solution requirements. Learning objectives include:
o Effectively ingest the latest regulations
o Interpret, analyze and determine applicability of regulations
o Trace regulatory requirements to development projects, business processes, risks, controls, policies, and procedures
o Analyze impacts of regulatory requirements have on business entities and segments, IT systems and processes, policies, processes, risk, and controls.
Peter Smialek, Regulatory and Compliance & GRC, Blueprint
Matthew Dodgson, Solutions Engineering, Blueprint
This webinar is sponsored by OCEG GRC Solutions Council Member, Blueprint.
This is a group internet-based event for NASBA authorized continuing education credit. OCEG webinars are free for anyone to attend. Attendees who have an OCEG All Access Pass will receive a certificate of completion of this webcast indicating 1 hour of CPE.
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