Compliance Resilience: Managing Compliance in Highly Regulated Industries
Sponsored by MetricStream
Attending this event counts towards your CPE credits.
Join us as our speakers share their insights on managing compliance in an increasingly challenging and complex environment and the importance of creating a positive compliance culture.
The growing volume and complexity of regulations are among the biggest challenges that highly regulated industries, such as banking and financial services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, energy, etc., face today. Compliance professionals end up spending more time scanning the regulatory horizon than focusing on core compliance activities. It is critical for organizations today to create a positive compliance culture supported by an agile and integrated compliance program to strengthen business resilience and build trust with the board, investors, customers, and regulators.
Join this webinar in which Michael Rasmussen, the GRC Pundit, and other experts will share their insights on the importance of compliance resilience.
- Learn about the dynamic nature of compliance landscape in highly regulated sectors
- Identify key challenges compliance officers must address
- Learn how to navigate the wave of regulatory changes and regulatory content
- Determine how to create an agile, integrated, and tech-driven compliance program
Michael Rasmussen, GRC Analyst & Pundit, GRC 20/20 Research, LLC
Loren Johnson, Senior Director, Product Marketing, MetricStream
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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