Cokato, MN and Phoenix, AZ – November 27, 2007 -- The Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) is pleased to announce that Paisley, a leading provider of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software solutions, has today joined the OCEG technology community as a member of the Technology Council.
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•Introducing our Five new 2008 Technology Council Members
•GRC-XML program updates
–Member Contributions to date
•GRC Blueprint project update
–The GRC EcoSystem
•GRC Taxonomy program updates
–The New GRC Glossary
•The role of the Tech Council in the Technology alignment review for the Red Book 2.0
•Ongoing Member Opportunities and our objectives in Q2 2008
The final Quarterly meeting of the Technology Council in 2007 Included • Introductions for the newest Technology Council Members ACL, BWise, Compliance Spectrum, Paisley and Ramco • Updates on the GRC Taxonomy, IT Blueprint and IT Roadmap projects • The GRC-XML Program - with the Open Applications Group ̶
Chennai, India and Phoenix, AZ – January 17, 2008 -- The Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) is thrilled to announce that Ramco has joined the expanding OCEG technology network as a member of the Technology Council. Ramco is the first India-based international technology solutions firm to join OCEG, signifying their global commitment to serving the corporate governance, risk and compliance community.
The SANS (SysAdmin, Audit, Network, Security) Institute was established in 1989 as a cooperative research and education organization. SANS also maintains a large collection of research documents and white papers about various aspects of information security.
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