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At many organizations, departments operate in silos, with a lack of communication leading to redundant or inefficient processes. But business leaders are increasingly looking to link disparate departments from an information governance, risk management and regulatory compliance standpoint. In this SearchCompliance handbook, we examine the technology tools and policies that can support an organization-wide corporate compliance program.
In our first piece, Jeffrey Ritter discusses governance, risk and compliance (GRC) considerations when organizations make IT investments. In the second story, Jeffrey Jenkins speaks to the important role that communication and corporate culture play in ensuring IT policies and procedures remain regulatory compliant. In our final piece, Christine Parizo explains how GRC platforms have evolved to meet compliance needs, and how one bank has reaped the benefits. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Four strategies for IT tools that assist -- not hinder -- regulatory compliance
- Vital IT policies and procedures for regulatory compliance
- IT steers toward GRC platforms to reduce regulatory burden
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