Even in the midst of modern uncertainty, there’s no time to lose when it comes to governance, risk management, and corporate compliance aligning with ever-pressing business objectives. Enter GRC automation.
GRC means more than basic governance, risk, and compliance practices these days. Onspring GRC management brings the entire business ecosystem together through coordinated strategies, efficient processes, and resiliency amidst uncertainty.
Simpler GRC Management
Manage governance frameworks (including ISO, NIST & CMMC) and map to controls
Automate lifecycle workflows, compliance testing, and attestations across functional groups
Create a comprehensive risk register and automate risk assessments
Assess, tier, and track vendors and integrate criticality ratings from cyber and financial monitoring services
Gauge performance with live dashboards of key metrics, risk scores, audit activity status, and more
GRC programs included in Onspring’s GRC software
A robust set of connected programs that scale as your GRC ecosystem expands and adapts as your business addresses change.
Yes, you can implement Onspring on your own once your designated administrator completes training. Many of our customers start by purchasing our GRC Suite and customizing it to fit their programs’ unique elements. Training ensures success and faster implementation. The beauty of your training + our no-code platform is that anyone with knowledge of your business can implement and run point as a system administrator – no developers or IT resources are needed for implementation or even for updates.
If you have complex processes, we recommend consulting with our professional services team first. They can work with you to ensure optimal setup, or configure solutions to fit your exact business needs.
Yes, Onspring supports the FAIR cyber risk framework methodology. Customers who apply the FAIR framework, including taxonomy, measurement standards, data collection criteria, and modeling of complex risk scenarios within Onspring, report increased ability to measure, analyze and account for cyber and operational risk.
Yes, you can change your risk methodology from a 5×5 to a 3×3 or any other configuration that best fits your organization. Onspring is incredibly flexible and easy to configure, so you can start using the 5×5 scale included in our governance, risk and compliance enterprise solution suite and adjust, or configure a 3×3 scale from scratch.
No, Onspring’s GRC Suite does not include control content for SOX and PCI. You can easily import your documented controls into Onspring or use our data connectors to pull in content from other partners.
Many of our customers subscribe to the Unified Compliance Framework (UCF) to ingest authority documents, citations and controls needed to demonstrate their organization’s compliance.
Yes, policies can be published directly from Onspring to SharePoint or other sites, like your company intranet. Onspring has an open API so you can integrate with any of your favorite tools or data repository sites, including Google Drive.
Yes, you can change the labels on the X and Y axis of heat maps in Onspring. All configurations for reporting are customizable, so you can see exactly the data you need to make better, faster decisions and reduce risk across your organization.
Onspring offers multiple types of training, which can be combined for an ongoing learning experience:
Onspring Essentials: This immersive class for administrators teaches the fundamentals of configuration and best practices for end-user adoption.
Bootcamps: These focused training classes for administrators dive deep into specific Onspring features to help you achieve your goals for data management, process automation, and reporting.
Web Training: On-demand videos are available 24/7 so you can learn to use Onspring on your schedule. Topics include configuring apps, importing data, creating surveys, using formulas, automating processes, and more.
Free Friday Training: The name says it all. It’s free and held on Fridays twice per month. These 30-minute remote learning sessions often highlight new features so you always know what’s available for use.