The latest installment of the GRC Illustrated Series from Compliance Week and OCEG examines how cognitive, artificial intelligence systems can help make a chief compliance officer’s job easier and get the job done faster.
This latest edition of the GRC Illustrated Series from Compliance Week and OCEG explores how companies should identify and respond to regulatory requirements in light of technological advances in today’s world.
Today’s organizations are using contingent workers on a greater scale than ever before. Known as a “gig economy,” this task-based approach to work has added benefits, such as being a cost saver, bringing unique skills to the workforce, and more, but it also means additional risk. This edition of the GRC Illustrated Series from Compliance Week and OCEG provides an in-depth look at some of those risks and how best to manage and mitigate them.
The most recent edition of the CW, OCEG GRC Illustrated series looks at three key accelerators that are now driving the velocity of evolution in GRC capabilities. Every organization can benefit from improvements brought about by these accelerators, says OCEG’s Carole Switzer, who has further details.
The latest edition of the GRC Illustrated edition, sponsored by Compliance Week and OCEG, looks at the ABCs of GRC: Aware, Bespoke, and Confident. Together these three offer the opportunity for greater success that most organizations have failed to grasp, at least up until now.
Conflicts of interest have become a big risk area for companies of all sizes, in all industries and any country. Just try spending an hour on the Web, and you’ll find several examples of COI causing financial losses for companies or their customers, questionable outcomes in scientific and medical research, and facilitation of fraud, bribery, and corruption. So why aren’t many companies taking COI seriously? The latest GRC Illustrated edition from CW and OCEG offers some theories.
A “quandary” is an interesting word meaning: a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation. A quandary is also what many internal auditors find themselves facing when they audit GRC capabilities. This GRC Illustrated column from Compliance Week and OCEG helps auditors answer the questions, “How can we know if a capability is designed effectively when as auditors we may not be experts in the detailed activities of GRC capabilities? Who should provide the assurance?”
This month’s edition of the GRC Illustrated Series from Compliance Week and OCEG discusses how to address threats to the company while recognizing opportunities. Inside, learn about the integrated approach to an internal control environment that uses proactive, detective, and responsive management actions and controls to achieve principled performance.