Governance Risk & Compliance

Govern, Manage Risk and ensure Compliance and sustainability of your Security

What Is GRC?

Governance Risk & Compliance or GRC is a strategy used to manage a company’s governance, risk management, compliance with regulations, and improve its overall performance. Its purpose is to optimize the alignment of an organization’s business objectives and goals with effective risk management.

Ultimately, GRC is about organizing a company’s management structures to support the company’s business goals. It also ensures that potential risks are tracked and addressed for an effective risk management process. GRC helps make sure that the company and its different facets, including the executive and administrative branch, operations, HR, and IT, are operated under regulations implemented by the law.

Security Governance, Risk & Compliance Management

Security Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) frameworks help an organization align its information technology, security with business objectives while managing risk and meeting regulatory compliance requirements.

Security Certification and Audit Readiness Assessment

Organizations need to get ready to meet customer expectations and follow industry best practices by achieving SOC2, SCA Star Level, ISO27001, PCI Certifications and more. To ensure the fulfilment of these requirements, your business can save costs by proactively preparing through the implementing and testing key control and processes. Save costs by pro-actively ensuring your readiness through a Readiness Assessment Check before engaging External Auditors.

Risk & Control Self- Assessments (RCSA)

Risk and Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) is a Top-Down Management process through which top operational risks and the effectiveness of controls to mitigate those risks are assessed and examined to be designed and operating effectively. The objective is to provide reasonable assurance that all strategic business objectives will be met.

Documentation of Security Policies, Standards and Procedures

Information Security Policies are rules that an organization needs to follow to ensure that all users of the IT system within a company follow the regulations regarding data security that are digitally stored within the authority of the company. This is enacted to ensure that a company’s information and assets are protected.

Asset Management

Poor Asset Management threatens your entire business – insufficient practices increase the risk of stolen assets and sensitive data causing disruption of business operations. With proper asset management process, these risks can be efficiently and consistently mitigated.

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