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Maximizing Resources Across Security, Risk & Audit
Join us as we discuss what type of infrastructure you should look for to support optimized compliance practices today.
As businesses continue to expand their digital footprint, security professionals are dealing with more data than ever before. As the threat landscape continues grow, teams across GRC functions have become highly specialized. There is a lot of overlap between different initiatives, including security, privacy, and internal governance practices. How can GRC professionals best leverage modern applications to share information and realize new efficiencies?
In this webinar, we'll discuss what type of infrastructure you should look for to support optimized compliance practices today, how tailored system access can help you streamline manual efforts in budget constrained departments, and how organizations can scale GRC activities outside of traditional first- and second-line initiatives, be levering concepts from a "by design" approach to GRC system configuration, without the need for traditional customizations.
- Understand infrastructure features to help you measure once, comply many through integrated control mappings
- Discover examples of standardization to help extend GRC for line of business contribution
- Learn how to improve data hygiene, with data shared across teams and centralized risk register
- Learn how automation can improve your response time and reporting efforts
Scott Bridgen, GRC Consulting Manager, OneTrust GRC
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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