GRC Technology as the Backbone of Business During a Crisis

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GRC Technology as the Backbone of Business During a Crisis
May
19
Date:
May 19
Time:
1:00 PM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Duration:
1h
Webinar Recording Filed in GRC and Crisis Readiness , Free

In this webinar, we are discussing the many ways in which GRC technology supports both planning and execution of crisis response.

The current pandemic global crisis has exposed weaknesses in how technology is used (or not used) for the planning and execution of crisis response. Recent news reports reveal that even communications and plans between state and federal governments are taking place by email or in hastily stood-up sharing platforms.

For organizations that have integrated GRC technology capabilities, the story is different and better. Plans are readily accessible, pre-developed communications can be easily sent and receipt confirmed, and emergency controls can be swiftly implemented.

Join us for an eye-opening discussion of how GRC technology can be the backbone of an effective crisis response to keep your business running. 

Learning Objectives:

·     Identify each stage of crisis readiness planning supported by GRC technology

·     Outline methods for using GRC technology to respond to and manage the crisis

·     Share examples of benefits gained by using GRC technology instead of email, document sharing and other separated systems of communication. 

Speaker:

Kerwyn Velasco, CISM, Product Manager, Riskonnect, Inc.

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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