Ensure Constant Compliance

Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) is an integrated collection of capabilities that enable an organization to reliably achieve objectives, address uncertainty and act with integrity. GRC can help your organisation align its IT activities to business goals, manage risk effectively and stay ahead of compliance. A well-planned GRC strategy can deliver solid benefits, namely improved decision-making, more efficiency in IT investments and the elimination of silos, which reduces fragmentation between departments.

Because cybersecurity is such an important driver in governance there are a number of areas where GRC and cybersecurity interact. Data privacy is one such driver and over the last few years we have seen new data regulation and new data privacy strategies applied by governments globally, the European GDPR legislation is a good example of this and a forewarning of legislation to come. There is also a strong link between the risk element of GRC and cybersecurity because security risks are such an important factor in the overall risk exposure of the organisation. This is where ITSEC can help, our GRC team is experienced at helping organisations get in front and ahead of GRC best practice.

Governance

Ensures that your organisations activities, like IT management, are aligned in a way that supports the organisation's business goals.

Risk

Ensures that risks are identified and addressed in a way that supports the organisation's business goals.

Compliance

Ensures that organisational activities are operated in a way that meets the laws and regulations governing those systems.

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"Your people need to be to be able to say 'I own these risks, I own these controls.' It needs to be that clearly understood not just by your employees, but also your management team and senior executives."

Marek BialoglowyChief Technology Officer

"GRC is a capability that enables an organisation to reliably achieve objectives while addressing uncertainty and acting with integrity. GRC is something you do rather than something you buy."

Patrick DannacherGroup CEO

"Not everything is about processes and technology. The biggest challenge when implementing GRC is people and this is why it is important to find an experienced GRC partner who can help you help your people understand."

Dr Varin KheraChief Strategy Officer