Today’s business environment is rapidly changing because of the introduction of new and disruptive technologies such as mobile, cloud, big data, SaaS and so on. And hence dynamism in the threat land space has grown exponentially. The technologies along with the legacy ones, will just add to the complexity and in turn drive the security needs of the business assets (People, Process and Technology).
In addition to managing the ever changing threat landscape, today organizations must also manage multiple industry laws, regulations and standards, such as PCI, SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, ISO 27001, NIST, ADSIC, NESA and the list goes on.
Organizational culture, internal requirements, expectations, mergers, acquisitions add another dimension to the problem statement.
With all these compliance mandates, technological complexities and cultural diversification demand for a unified view of risk posture across the board. Organizations can no longer afford to have a siloed approach to this problem statement and expect it to be sustainable, self-reliant and a budgeted affair. And this calls for a pragmatic approach for managing enterprise risk and being compliant with industry regulations. Therein lies the need for a holistic GRC (Governance, Risk Management and Compliance framework). A robust GRC framework helps CIOs and CISOs strike a balance between protection and governance.
The importance to have the holistic view of the risk posture and compliance issues across the board and the difficult in achieving it makes the game more interesting often put the organization at the cross roads. And the dilemma often is the outcome of 3 problem vectors – VENDOR SELECTION, PRODUCT SELECTION and BUDGET. On one hand the organizations struggle to select the right vendor to design and implement their GRC framework and/or solution and failure to do so leads to the failure of the entire GRC program. On another hand, the organizations are under tremendous pressure to implement GRC programs under limited budget and getting the right combination of implementation partner and the product becomes a daunting task.
- Disparate, siloed and unaccountable data
- Dynamism in the compliance requirements
- Unification of risk posture across the board
- Incomplete coverage of security controls and assets
- Getting the combination right – competent vendor, appropriate product and “with-in budget” affair.
- Technological incompetence in product implementation
- So called CoEs (Center of Excellence)are failing to deliver and engineer new and robust solutions
- Failing to design, leads to failure of implementation
- Attrition leading to disruption in program continuity
- eGRC maturity assessment, road map design and management consulting
- eGRC infrastructure health check and recommendation
- eGRC functional consulting and project management
- eGRC product(RSA Archer) solution design and implementation
- TnM based on premise GRC engineer augmentation
- On Demand solution consultation and implementation
- TnM based off shore solution delivery/Continuous Sustenance from virtual office
- Third party data source integration
- GRC content building and mapping
- Product(RSA Archer)on demand training(Virtual, on premises)