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November 2018

Best Practices for Third Party Management RFPs

2018-11-29 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST

REGISTER Summary With third party risk management escalating up the board agenda – you might now have commitment for funding for 2019 and be looking towards taking an RFP to market. This webinar featuring Michael Rasmussen of GRC20/20 is designed for you. With the range of third party risk and compliance exposure relationships (e.g., supplier, vendor, contractors, broker, dealer, agent, outsourcer, service provider) together with the areas of risk exposure that they can bring (Information Security, ABAC, Financial, GDPR, Concentration…

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December 2018

Senior Management Regime – The Next Level of Maturity

2018-12-06 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am CST

REGISTER Learn how to guard against the major SMR/CR compliance threat GRC managers might miss. SMR/CR requires organizations to map the responsibilities of senior business leaders and track their awareness and accountability. But as they rush to become compliant, they may neglect to mitigate their biggest threat: their own employees. Reserve your spot today to join us to learn how dedicated policy-and-procedure technology can: Improve and automate senior manager attestation Efficiently and cost-effectively promote ethical employee behavior Deliver companywide education, communication,…

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Efficient and Effective Third-Party Management

2018-12-06 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CST

Best Practices in Efficient and Effective Third-Party Management REGISTER Organizations are no longer a self-contained entity defined by brick and mortar walls and traditional employees. The modern organisation is comprised of a mixture of third party relationships that often nest themselves in complexity such as with deep supply chains. Organizations are a mixture of contractors, consultants, temporary workers, agents, brokers, intermediaries, suppliers, vendors, outsourcers, service providers and more. The extended enterprise of third party relationships brings on a range of risks that…

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Actionable Automation Tactics for All 3 Lines of Defense

2018-12-06 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CST

REGISTER Leading global risk and compliance professionals realize the importance of working across all three lines of defense—business lines, risk management, and audit. If these don't work well together, companies will not reach peak efficiency, effectiveness, and agility. However, by reevaluating technology—and finding opportunities for automation—teams can simultaneously ensure consistent processes while shedding cumbersome legacy systems. Join Mike Rost and Michael Rasmussen as they dissect the three lines of defense and share actionable tactics for optimizing and automating processes. After…

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January 2019

Enabling the Second Line of Defence with Effective Policy Management & Oversight

January 23 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am CST

Best Practices in Effective Policy Communication & Awareness REGISTER The Three Lines of Defence is a popular framework for managing Governance, Risk Management & Compliance (GRC). In our first webinar on the Three Lines of Defence we explored the policy implications of the first line of defence – the front line employees. In this webinar we now explore the second line of defence, the risk, security, and policy owners and managers and their job in ensuring that policies are current…

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Engage the Front Lines Through Effective Policy Communication

January 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST

Best Practices in Effective Policy Communication & Awareness REGISTER Front line employees are making risk and compliance decisions every day and can either protect or expose the organization to unwanted issues.It is no longer enough to simply make policies available. Organizations need to guarantee receipt, affirmation, and understanding of policies across the organization. Front line employees are making risk and compliance decisions every day and can either protect or expose the organization to unwanted issues.Risk and compliance are not just…

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February 2019

Compliance Program Effectiveness: Key Metrics that Matter

February 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am CST

Best Practices in Effective Compliance Management REGISTER Measuring the effectiveness of a compliance program in the midst of evolving regulatory requirements and expectations has become a core priority for compliance officers. However, it can often be a challenging endeavor. How do you evaluate the success of compliance processes? What are the key metrics that you should use? How do you get a true picture of the overall effort? To find out, join this session where compliance experts will discuss: Key…

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March 2019

The Future of Internal Controls

March 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

REGISTER The management and automation of internal controls is undergoing rapid changes. The current state in most organization finds internal control management approaches encumbered by manual processes with mountains of documents, spreadsheets, and emails. This is an approach that is inefficient, ineffective, and certainly not agile in the context of a dynamic business environment. Organizations are strategizing a new approach to internal control management, one that integrates a broad view of operational controls aligned with risk management. This is automated…

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April 2019

Enabling the Third Line of Defence Through Policy Assurance

April 18 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am CDT

REGISTER Best Practices in Equipping Audit & Assurance on Policy Effectiveness The Three Lines of Defence is a popular framework for managing Governance, Risk Management & Compliance (GRC). In our first webinar on the Three Lines of Defence we explored the policy implications of the first line of defence – the front line employees, then we explored effective policy management and oversight in the second line of defence. In this webinar we now explore the third line of defence, audit…

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Build the Business Case for Automated Controls Across Multiple Business Systems

April 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

REGISTER Automated Controls Across Multiple Business Systems: Building A Business Case & Articulating Value To The Organization While audit processes have improved since the implementation of SOX, the automation of continuous access monitoring has continued to be siloed and encumbered by manual processes and point solutions. Manual processes require high-value company resources to spend time on low value manual procedures to scope, request, collate, and review data. This cost grows exponentially in a heterogenous business application environment. It taxes and…

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