GRC: The Gap Between Reality and Potential
The path to greater insight
Many organizations face significant and increasing governance, risk and compliance (GRC) challenges, which span multiple internal departments and external entities. As these issues continue to grow, resources with which to manage them often do not keep pace.
The reality is that most GRC processes are siloed, making it difficult to coordinate and align the requisite processes in order to uncover correlations and identify opportunities for greater efficiency. It’s not just siloed GRC processes that can cause problems; sometimes GRC processes are just broken or nonexistent. Manual processes are time consuming and often inefficient, while the use of point technology solutions within silos — solutions that don’t share data — limits the value of the insight.
The results of a new IDG Research survey of information technology (IT) leaders, "CSO Market Pulse: Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)," confirm the existence of this fragmented and frustrating GRC landscape. The survey also reveals, however, that organizations are looking for a way to evolve their GRC processes beyond their current piecemeal state.
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