Build Better Audit and Risk Bridges with a Common Control Framework

November 29, 2018 | Webinar Announcements


You are dealing with ever-increasing compliance requirements. You need to connect existing policies to actual laws containing multiple standards. You need to prove compliance and evaluate your risks. And, what do you have to connect all these things together?

The equivalent of a rope bridge. You know—the ones that have a rope you walk on while holding on to shoulder high ropes on your right and left.

It’s a precarious way to get from one place to another. It takes time and patience, along with nerves of steel to overcome the feeling that you’re going to fall.

How much better would you feel if you could build the equivalent of the Golden Gate Bridge to connect compliance requirements to the actions you must complete to comply, and to attestations for auditors? You could quickly establish a framework that would simplify your compliance process and let you assess risk at the same time!

That integration solution is called a Common Control Framework, and you can build one for yourself. Join Lynn Heiberger, COO at Unified Compliance, for an educational webinar!

A Common Control is a compilation of harmonized compliance requirements, written in plain language, and connected to the original mandates an organization must follow. A Common Controls Framework consists of Common Controls that are presented in a legal, hierarchical framework, allowing any organization to easily understand the specific steps that must be taken to meet any Common Control.

Attend this webinar to learn how to get rid of your spreadsheets and rope bridges. Discover how a Common Control Framework can:

  • Harmonize multiple regulations into a single set of controls
  • Tie the controls back to the original requirements of the regulations
  • Provide a common language for internal communication
  • Reduce evidence collection
  • Examine the impact to risk posture as regulations are added or updated

Don’t miss this opportunity to upgrade your bridges! register today