Tenter d’aborder la conformité en interne exclusivement, ou même avec un support externe basé sur des mandats ponctuels, peut être une approche risquée, difficilement justifiable d’un point de vue économique, en particulier pour une organisation à taille humaine.
There is more risk to businesses in 2017 than there have ever been. From cyber-attack to human threats, and political uncertainty to data breaches, there is plenty to ensure that risk managers rarely get a decent night’s sleep.
An important element of OXIAL’s marketing communications programme lies in ensuring that key influencers understand both our technology and overall proposition.
Oxial, a leading Governance Risk and Compliance Software vendor and developer, today announced that it has been included in IDC’s latest GRC market report
The modern challenges faced by companies are increasingly calling for a new approach to risk management. Specifically, the old siloed approach to corporate planning is woefully inadequate for successfully navigating the 21st century business world. By adopting an integrated GRC approach, companies are able to leverage a range of benefits to improve their performance, resilience, and profitability.
FERMA’s European Risk and Insurance Report provides insights into industry trends, as well as the concerns and goals of members. Of particular note in the 2016 report is the rising prominence of cyber and digital risk factors. Specifically, 55% of respondents cited data protection as their chief concern, making this issue the top European priority. Yet despite this concern, alarmingly, an even higher percentage (64%) reported that their companies do not have stand-alone cyber coverage.
66% of Financial directors in a recent survey at PwC claim that they would like to improve the relevance of their KRIs in 2017.
A common misconception regarding IT GRC is that IT threats are only problems for governments and Fortune 500 companies; however, all businesses, regardless of size need to ensure adequate IT risk management strategies are in place. The rise of cloud networking, remote working, and digital collaboration have made companies more vulnerable than ever.
Throughout the private and public sector there is a growing need to embrace risk management strategies in order to remain flexible and resilient enough to weather global uncertainty. It is important to note that it is not just financial institutions and banks which need to manage risk, but rather all sectors can benefit from increasing their risk resiliency. The key is combined both agility and resilience into institutional planning, as one without the other merely adds additional risks.