SAP Solutions for GRC
Enabling Performance Through the Three Lines of Defense
Three Lines of Defense is an integrated GRC framework with the goal of allowing different parts of the organization to work cohesively together to reliably achieve objectives while addressing uncertainty and acting with integrity. It enables what OCEG calls Principled Performance, and ensures that there are clear responsibilities, accountability, and oversight of risk and control at all levels of the organization. Organizations are adopting the Three Lines of Defense Model for GRC as they have come to realize that silos of GRC that do not collaborate and work together lead to inevitable failure. There is a need for visibility across these lines of defense that is scalable, integrated and consistent. The Three Lines of Defense Model enables efficient, effective, and agile business. SAP solutions for GRC are enterprise GRC management solutions that GRC 20/20 has researched and evaluated, that can manage risks, audits, assessments, and controls enabling GRC through all Three Lines of Defense roles. SAP solutions for GRC are ideal for managing and continuous monitoring of risks and controls in complex, distributed, and dynamic business environments.
- Three Lines of Defense: Enabling High Performing Organizations
- SAP Solutions for GRC
- Enabling Performance Through the Three Lines of Defense
- What SAP Solutions for GRC Do
- Enabling Three Lines of Defense
- Foundational Capabilities
- Benefits Organizations Can Expect with SAP Solutions for GRC
- Considerations in Context of SAP solutions for GRC
- About GRC 20/20 Research, LLC
- Research Methodology
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