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- RSA Archer
Three Key Steps to Modernize Your Compliance Program
Join us and learn how to keep up with the complexity of digital business by modernizing compliance.
Traditional compliance functions are buckling under the weight of new and changing regulations around the world. Add this to the fact that many organizations lack a holistic view of their compliance profile and face increasing challenges due to digital transformation, and it becomes clear why on-going compliance is difficult to achieve.
Compliance is more than abiding by laws and regulations, it is also about establishing policies and procedures to execute strategies and achieve objectives, and fulfilling contractual obligations of customers and third parties. Organizations can no longer afford to apply check-the-box approaches to compliance. A modernized risk-based approach to compliance management is needed to keep pace with the increasing complexity of digital business.
• Identify the current state of the compliance landscape and challenges facing today’s top organizations
• Identify proven methods to meet regulatory demands, while employing digital transformation in the management of compliance obligations
• Learn how RSA Archer Regulatory Content Analysis can help organizations understand the impacts of regulatory changes while minimizing resource-intensive manual processes
Marshall Toburen, Risk Management Strategist, Risk Management Solutions, RSA
Corey Carpenter, Senior Advisor, Product Management, RSA
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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