Compliance by Design: Federating the Disconnected Silos of Compliance
Featuring GRC 20/20 Research (60 mins)
Does the Chief Compliance Officer truly govern all of compliance? Organizations often struggle with disconnected silos of compliance scattered throughout the business. While there is distributed subject matter expertise there is a lack of an enterprise view of compliance.
For many organizations compliance is a distributed and scattered maze of disconnected processes, documents, spreadsheets, emails, and systems. Over time compliance processes have grown to be inefficient, ineffective, and lack business agility – they encumber the business. Compliance by design involves rethinking how the organization approaches compliance. If you had to rework your organizations’ compliance strategy, process, information, and technology architecture – what would it look like?
In this webcast, Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit for GRC 20/20 Research, will help organizations understand what a federated approach to compliance looks like and how to achieve Compliance by Design.
YOU WILL LEARN
- Drivers and trends for compliance impacting organizations
- What is federated compliance and how are organizations approaching it
- An organizational approach to compliance architecture and design
- What compliance maturity looks like
Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit, GRC 20/20 Research
John Peltier, Director of Product, The Network