The Future of Risk Management Post-Pandemic

Learn lessons on adaptive working, shifting to global views on risk, and creating opportunities to innovate current risk mitigation practices.

You Ask. We Answer. Q&A about Risk Management’s Next Normal.

Get answers to your questions on how your risk management strategies should evolve to prepare your organization for the future, post-pandemic.

The Role of Internal Audit Post-Pandemic

Understand how internal audit is adapting to the demands of today and the unknowns of tomorrow – includes lessons on aligning internal audit to business objectives, smarter use of technology, and building connections with people.

How Risk Managers Can Adjust for the New Normal

While you have settled into a temporary state of normal during the pandemic ─ adjusting to disrupted risk evaluations, revising mitigation plans, and embracing new forms of communication ─ you still need to plan how to adjust for the future normal in risk management. Read our five predictions on the future of risk management.

5 Predictions for Internal Audit’s Evolution

Five predictions on the future of audit activities. Will they hold true? Following each prediction is a series of actions the internal audit function can take to evolve and become a more strategic leader in the business.

You ask. We answer. Q&A on Internal Audit’s Next Normal

What are you doing to enhance the value of the internal audit function in the new “normal”? How can we keep enhancing internal audit maturity? As promised here are the questions & answers from our latest webinar, How Internal Audit Adjusts for Tomorrow.

The Service of Compliance

Compliance programs help organizations to develop and manage effective internal controls with the goal of demonstrating compliance with various local, state and federal regulations (per their business). Depending on the number or complexity of regulatory requirements put on an organization, managing an effective compliance program can be a daunting endeavor.

A Short Account of GRC Software

The GRC software market has several different sections, ranging from full-fledged integrated GRC platforms to specific point solutions, and each of these can help a company deal with many different problems or tasks. The joining point of all of these different products is that they help answer the questions that the caveman asked eons ago: “How best to manage risk?” and “How best to integrate these risk management solutions into a productive business model while maintaining corporate integrity at the highest regulatory levels (direct translations from cavemen are rarely this coherent)?”

Governance, Risk Management and Compliance | GRC: 3-Legged Stool

I have always had a fondness for risk management; in my career, there have been many times where I have argued against something because it was too risky, at least in my eyes. Governance and compliance always seemed to be burdens to me, and to be completely honest, I was fairly prejudice against them. With compliance, I could see the benefit from a societal level, but at a certain point I viewed it as checking off proverbial boxes.

Back to School with GRC: Remembering What You Already Know

For all that you do and are trying to accomplish with the use of your platform, there has to be some form of accountability within the confines of using it within your company. That means validating the controls, testing procedures and risks, etc. Without accountability, without the audit element of someone coming in and saying, “Here is what is supposed to be done,” you will find yourself missing a key letter in GRC.

The Positive Impact of GDPR Compliance

At Onspring, figuring out the complexities of GDPR has been a complicated task, but helping customers through the wilderness of the law has been a challenge we relish. I talked with of few of our associates who dealt with intricacies of the law itself and found out just how much Onspring was able to help with the overall effects many organizations faced when first dealing with it.

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA)

Enacted on June 28, 2019, and effective January 1, 2020, the CCPA grants California consumers additional rights with respect to their personal information and requires certain entities that conduct business in California to take steps to track, grant access to, manage, and report on this data.