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Mitigate Business Disruption from Cyber Events by Implementing a GRCS Strategy (Whitepaper)
One of the most widespread approaches to cyberdefense is implementing a Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) program. And it makes sense; GRC is often extremely effective because it streamlines three of the most challenging elements of overall security
However, the pace at which cyber threats are growing in number, variety, and complexity calls for further communication and collaboration between disparate defense approaches and assets.
All organizations should adopt a Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Security (GRCS) strategy.
GRCS builds upon the strengths of GRC, adding the critical component of Information Security to the mix. When sensitive information is compromised or exposed to breach threats, there are Operational and other Business risks organizations need to account for proactively. Instead of a defense-only posture, which baseline GRC can fall into, you need a multi-faceted program.
Read our whitepaper to learn more about this dynamic new approach to security!
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Consult our document for:
- An overview of data governance programs and what makes them effective
- A breakdown of risk management programs and the challenges involved
- A discussion of compliance programs and how to streamline certifications
- An analysis of information security programs and their key component parts
- A summative look at other critical security considerations (training, testing, etc.)