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8 Ways to Implement an Effective GRC Framework

Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) is a broad organizational strategy that aims to align an entire organization’s focus on the achievement of business objectives, the management of business risks, and regulatory compliance. A solid foundational framework enables your organization to continue strengthening and refining its GRC strategy over time. It ensures each department’s objectives align with the business as a whole.


What is the Importance of Internal Controls in Corporate Governance Mechanisms?

At the core of business management are the rules, practices and processes that define how your organization is directed, operated and controlled. This system, known as corporate governance, is aimed at creating more ethical business practices by aligning the interest of your organization’s stakeholders. In today’s business environment, the more ethical-and transparent-your organization is about its corporate governance practices, the more financially viable it will be.


Ensure compliance, governance, and transparency across your teams with Datadog Audit Trail

In order to maintain compliance, enforce governance, and build transparency, teams across your organization need deep insight into how their users and automation interact with Datadog. For stakeholders in leadership roles, such as CIOs and CDOs, knowing what actions users took and when is essential for spotting gaps in enablement, budgeting, and reporting, as well as building a modern compliance strategy for the organization as a whole.

Spotlight on Technology - Governance, Risk & Compliance

Today we are talking all things GRC with Megan Brown at LogicGate, including why it's essential to have a robust GRC tool in a modern security stack. GRC is extremely useful for compliance framework management and maintaining compliance - it can be used effectively to supply a historical database of known risks, issues and security measures that can be used to continuously improve security intelligence. Join Megan and Razorthorn MD James Rees to find out how a good GRC tool can save you both time and money, while efficiently improving your security and compliance.

What Is COBIT?

COBIT is an acronym for Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies. The COBIT framework was created by Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA to bridge the crucial gap between technical issues, business risks and control requirements. COBIT is an IT governance framework for businesses that want to implement, monitor and improve their IT management best practices.


SEC's Push for Better Cyber Governance

Today I want to revisit the SEC’s proposed new rules requiring public companies to disclose more about their cybersecurity risks. Those plans would obligate companies to discuss how the board and senior management address cybersecurity risk at a strategic, enterprise level. What’s that all about?


Classify Data by Sensitivity Levels for Better Governance

All organizations, including yours, have sensitive data. Whether it’s structured or unstructured, you need to protect that data to avoid disruption to your business. However, data sensitivity classification is not binary—it requires a more nuanced approach. Some information is more sensitive because it creates greater risk of harm to the organization or customers if it’s exposed.