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XML For GRC: The basics and why you care

The current economic climate cries out for technology standards at the core of information management. This round of financial losses are the result of weak governance and risk management failure. We’ve seen such tragedy before and we are in danger of repeating these mistakes. The time has come for the methods that help manage risks and enforce corporate policies to exploit a common software language (XML). In these challenging times, the critical work on common risk and compliance definitions for software is poised to bear fruit. This session will focus on the progress in XML for Governance, Risk and Compliance management and its potential for lowering costs and increasing process efficiency in every organization.
Recorded Dec 17 2008 32 mins
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Lane Leskela, VP Technology Programs
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  • GRC: An Integrated Approach Recorded: Jan 20 2009 28 mins
    Carole Switzer, President OCEG
    A number of key business processes help organizations achieve Principled Performance, and
    processes under the areas of governance, risk management and compliance are particularly
    critical to its success. Because there is significant overlap in the activities that underlie and
    support those broad areas, addressing them (and all others that contribute to Principled
    Performance) in an integrated fashion allows a consistent view of information and efficient
    application of resources that greatly enhance the power each individual process brings to the
    organization. We call that integrated approach “GRC”.

    Come hear OCEG President Carole Switzer discuss this important topic.
  • XML For GRC: The basics and why you care Recorded: Dec 17 2008 32 mins
    Lane Leskela, VP Technology Programs
    The current economic climate cries out for technology standards at the core of information management. This round of financial losses are the result of weak governance and risk management failure. We’ve seen such tragedy before and we are in danger of repeating these mistakes. The time has come for the methods that help manage risks and enforce corporate policies to exploit a common software language (XML). In these challenging times, the critical work on common risk and compliance definitions for software is poised to bear fruit. This session will focus on the progress in XML for Governance, Risk and Compliance management and its potential for lowering costs and increasing process efficiency in every organization.
Perspectives on integrating governance, risk, and compliance.
OCEG is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that provides standards, guidelines, tools and online resources to address governance, risk management, compliance and ethics. For more information visit: www.oceg.org

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