Spreadsheets and Modern GRC Tools: 3 Things to Know

Presented by

Thomas Wilcox, Director of Compliance & IT Security - Hyperproof | Elizabeth Mattin, Director, GRC - Demandbase, Inc.

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Are you using spreadsheets to manage your IT compliance or risk programs? You might not know it yet, but your spreadsheets are holding you back. From clunky and disorganized workflows to manual evidence collection and control monitoring, you’re spending hours of time on menial tasks instead of strategic initiatives. The solution is clear: it’s time for a modern GRC tool. But how does one best prepare for the move? What can be expected in the transition? How long will it take? While each IT and compliance professional's transition out of spreadsheets can vary, those who have gone through it can share their experiences — and why it was worth it. Join experts in the security compliance industry as they discuss: - 3 important things to understand about moving from spreadsheets to a GRC tool to manage compliance and risk - How to know when you should consider upgrading to a GRC tool - How you can best prepare for a smooth transition with your team - Unexpected blockers to look out for while transitioning

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