THE 'APPLE' of GRC
"The Network has delivered a platform that is fresh, beautiful, and simply elegant for the user, adding interface assets that work to engage employees, while providing administrators and executives with the tools needed to truly manage compliance in a proactive fashion."
– Michael Rasmussen, GRC Analyst
As a high tech company ourselves, we know a lot about challenges in the technology industry, so we understand what our clients need. Competition is fierce and the pace of change is very fast; tech companies have to protect their intellectual property and adhere to U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) regulations around foreign workers and requirements to support work visas.
We eat our own dog food, so we can help your technology company instill an ethical and compliant culture with a thorough governance, risk and compliance (GRC) program. Our Integrated GRC Suite allows you to have enterprise wide visibility of your compliance activities in order to help you protect your company from risks, detect issues early, and correct the underlying causes of misconduct, so you can:
- Reduce risk in areas like data security and intellectual property
- Ensure employee compliance with DOL regulations
- Identify potential issues and risk incidents through reporting and analysis
Contact us to learn how The Network can help your technology organization build and maintain an ethical culture in the competitive high-tech market.
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