As businesses move to the cloud and rely more heavily on third parties, traditional perimeters are beginning to blur, shifting the needs of digital businesses. Security and risk management leaders need to look at risk across a vast network of technologies and partners, rather than in silos, as new risks, technologies, and more complex regulatory requirements permeate their organizations.
This is why many leading organizations are moving away from traditional Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) models and building Integrated Risk Management (IRM) programs. An IRM program integrates risk activities from across an organization (or organizations) to help you make better, more strategic decisions regarding enterprise risk.
In this white paper, Jannie Wentzel, our leading IRM expert, walks through a practical approach for building and launching an IRM program.
Within this guide, we look at:
- The importance of establishing a 360° view of the risks impacting an organization
- Gartner’s CARTA approach to integrated risk management
- How to utilize affirmative, negative, and contextual signals to achieve an integrated, adaptive risk management posture
- The strategic questions to ask when building an IRM program
- The long-term benefits of an integrated risk management program
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