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Anti-Bribery & Corruption Webinar Series, Part 3 of 3: Anti-Bribery & Corruption Management and Communications Using Aruvio

Speaker: Rajesh Unadkat, Aruvio| April 2, 2015 | 56 min.

In the two months since Aruvio’s Anti-Bribery & Corruption Webinar Series, the topic has become of increasing concern among GRC professionals. Furthermore, the complexity of ensuring that all areas of the enterprise affected by anti-bribery & corruption policies can be daunting. How does one simplify compliance processes to not only mitigate risky unethical behavior but also slash time and cost? By request from attendees of the first two parts of this series, Part 3 will address how using the cloud-based Aruvio solution to automate anti-bribery & corruption management and communication processes can ease conveyance to and compliance from enterprise employees and third-parties.

Policy Management Webinar Series, Part 3 of 3: Policy Lifecycle Management and Communications Using Aruvio

Speaker: Rajesh Unadkat, Aruvio| March 19, 2015 | 38 min.

You have learned when and how to write a clear, effective policy. You have learned how important is to communicate a policy and its updates to employees and third parties for awareness, education and attestation. Yet truly successful policy lifecycle management and communications requires constantly attentive monitoring, diligence and efficiency. By popular demand from Policy Management Webinar Series attendees, Part 3 of this webinar series shows how using the automated, cloud-based Aruvio solution not only makes policy governance, risk management and compliance easier but also significantly reduces associated time and cost.

Policy Management Webinar Series, Part 2 of 3: Communicating Policies and Keeping Them Relevant

Speaker: Michael Rasmussen, GRC 20/20| March 12, 2015 51 min.

We often think that once a policy has been formally issued, the job is done. But that is far from the truth. Properly communicating a policy is only the start. Organizations need to think through a policy communication plan as well as a process to properly maintain a policy once issued. Every policy should go into a periodic review to ensure it remains accurate and necessary. Given the number of policies in most organizations, and the numerous factors that may give rise to communication and policy changes, this is not as simple as it sounds. Part 2 of this webinar series examines the challenges, best practices, and benefits of an effective policy management lifecycle.

Policy Management Webinar Series, Part 1 of 3: When and How to Write a Policy

Speaker: Michael Rasmussen, GRC 20/20| March 5, 2015 | 57 min.

Policies both address risk and introduce risk. Creating and enforcing too many policies bring about a state of excessive control and potential non-compliance as the organization cannot manage and monitor the policies in place. Conversely, creating and enforcing too few policies lead to a state of inadequate control in which the organization does not have sufficient guidance on conduct and behavior. Good policies provide clear operating structures for employees, processes, and business relationships with enough latitude to achieve business objectives. Anyone can write a document and call it a policy, but that puts liability and exposure on the organization. Part 1 of this webinar series discusses the act of responsible policy authoring.

Anti-Bribery & Corruption Webinar Series, Part 2 of 2: Efficient and Effective Processes for Anti-Bribery & Corruption Compliance

Speaker: Michael Rasmussen, GRC 20/20| January 29, 2015 | 57 min.

The distributed and dynamic nature of business makes anti-bribery & corruption compliance a challenge. Compliance must be an active part of the organization and its culture to prevent and detect corruption, bribery and fraud. This continuous process must be monitored, maintained and nurtured. Ultimately, the best offense is a good defense: an organization must be prepared to show that it has a strong, defensible compliance program in place that mitigates both risk and exposure to investigations, penalties and possible prosecution. Part 2 of this webinar series examines how you can enhance your enterprise’s anti-bribery & corruption compliance.

Anti-Bribery & Corruption Webinar Series, Part 1 of 2: 2015 Perspectives on Anti-Bribery & Corruption

Speaker: Michael Rasmussen, GRC 20/20| January 22, 2015 | 54 min.

Enterprises and other organizations need to prepare for increasingly challenging anti-bribery & corruption laws and intensified enforcement (e.g., FCPA, UK Bribery Act) in 2015. Employees, suppliers and partners can expose the organization to related risk and liability that results in significant business sanctions and costs as well as damaged brand and reputation. No organization can afford to let this risk go unmonitored. An organization must clearly understand evolving regulatory requirements plus changes and shifts in enforcement actions. Part 1 of this webinar series looks at how you can ensure your enterprise is ready for this year’s anti-bribery & corruption regulations.

Attaining Enterprise Policy Compliance for Managing Spreadsheet Risk

Speakers: Bernie Dann, CIMCON Software; Rajesh Unadkat, Aruvio | December 16, 2014 | 50 min.

Data and information captured on spreadsheets may be the most critical components for running any business. At the enterprise level, the overwhelming volume of existing spreadsheets and documented data creates incredible risk for displacement, loss or improper modification. Managing this spreadsheet risk and enforcing spreadsheet policies at all enterprise levels is crucial for achieving successful Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). How do you know whether you are truly reducing your enterprise’s spreadsheet risk?

Confronting Risk in the Supplier Vetting Process

Speakers: Craig Isaacs, Unified Compliance; Mike St. John-Green, Information Security Forum; Rajesh Unadkat, Aruvio | November 12, 2014 | 50 min.

There are a number of partially overlapping information security standards, procedures and guidelines that are used as a basis for expressing customer requirements and supplier offerings during the procurement process. For the acquirer, this array of standards can make it difficult to judge what a supplier certification actually means, what value to place on it and what security benefits it actually signifies or grants. Learn how to apply Aruvio’s Standards Comparison Tool, scalable for more than 900 compliance regulations, frameworks and standards, to help streamline the enterprise supplier vetting process for regulatory compliance and managing business risk.

Enabling GRC at All Levels of the Organization

Speaker: Michael Rasmussen, GRC 20/20 | September 18, 2014 | 55 min.

Today’s organization must demonstrate that GRC is operational across the entire entity. But with complex businesses in a constant state of metamorphosis, participation at the front lines is poor.  Businesses are plagued by check-box GRC programs that are time-consuming, full of redundant processes, and rely upon spreadsheets and emails.  Effective GRC requires a solution that is accessible throughout the organization. Join GRC 20/20’s Mike Rasmussen as he discusses how Aruvio enables organizations to take control of a culture of risk management and compliance with a solution that is easily adaptable to a range of GRC requirements, evolves with the organization in a dynamic business environment, and engages GRC users across the organization.

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