Do you struggle to identify mandates from a range of governance, compliance and risk management sources?
Do you wish that you could more easily compare mandates across sources and see where they line up?
Do you want to see how the OCEG GRC Capability Model aligns to global guidance and required practices from hundreds of global sources?
If so, then you should be sure not to miss this upcoming OCEG webinar featuring Dorian Cougias, Co-founder of the Unified Compliance Framework®(UCF).
Unified Compliance is the integration of processes and tools to aggregate and harmonize all compliance requirements applicable to an organization. The defining requirements include the ability to:
1. Extract Mandates: Define rules to extract Mandates from Citations within Authority Documents.
2. Map Mandates to Common Controls: Map Mandates from all Citations to Common Controls and when necessary create new Common Controls.
3. Report Mapping Accuracy: Calculate the percent of match accuracy when tagging Mandates and mapping them to Common Controls.
4. Standardize Audits: Leverage a standardized structure for auditing the implementation of the Common Controls.
Without these four capabilities, unified compliance can’t take place. Now, with the inclusion of the OCEG GRC Capability Model (the OCEG Redbook) in the UCF, you can accomplish these critical tasks and better support your GRC efforts.
Join us for an in depth look at how the UCF can help you as we meet these learning objectives.
-Explain what the UCF is and how it works
-Examine how the OCEG Redbook aligns to other sources of GRC mandates
-Evaluate how UCF can be used in your organization to meet your unique needs
Dorian Cougias, Co-founder of UCF
This is a group internet-based event for NASBA authorized continuing education credit. OCEG webinars are free for anyone to attend, but only Attendees who have an OCEG All Access Pass will receive a Certificate of Completion for the webinar indicating 1 hour of CPE credit.
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