Oversight over governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) has become more complex and mission-critical than ever for global companies. How can organizations unearth the most pressing risks in a timely fashion, and then escalate them to the board agenda for productive discussion?
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Compliance risk is part of a complete risk function, but its risk assessment process needs to be independently managed.
Today's security and technology leaders are instrumental in creating a secure, collaborative culture of modern governance within their organizations.
GRC is achieving objectives reliably (governance), addressing uncertainty (risk management) and acting with integrity (compliance). To be successful requires a top-down view from the board, coupled with a bottom-up operational approach.
As companies navigate diversity and inclusion issues, manage intensifying cyber risk, and operate in an environment increasingly focused on stakeholder capitalism, boards and leaders need to sharpen their focus on GRC.
For financial services firms, proper risk oversight is a necessity, and with the new reliance on technology, there needs to be an understanding of the steps to take in order to reduce risk.