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GRC made Practical - Methodologies and Frameworks

This session will deliver you an introduction the ISACA COBIT, VALIT and RISK IT frameworks and how to commence a practical GRC journey using them together to provide effective governance.
Recorded Nov 17 2009 45 mins
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Robert Stroud, International VP of ISACA
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