RSA Conference 2019 #RSA takes place March 4 to 8 in San Francisco.
Dorian Cougias, Co-founder and Compliance Scientist and Steven Piliero, Chief Technology Officer, will be attending. If you want to visit with Dorian and/or Steven while at the conference email him at Dcougias@unifiedcompliance.com to schedule a meeting time and place.
This year’s theme is, to put it simply, Better. Which means working hard to find better solutions. Making better connections with peers from around the world. And keeping the digital world safe so everyone can get on with making the real world a better place. RSA Conference is about bringing all cybersecurity professionals together and empowering the collective “we” in the industry. We feel passionately about ensuring diversity and inclusivity (D&I) in every aspect of our events. Register by February 1.
RSA Conference conducts information security events around the globe that connect you to industry leaders and highly relevant information. We also deliver, on a regular basis, insights via blogs, webcasts, newsletters and more so you can stay ahead of cyber threats.
March 11–13, 2019, Gaylord Texan / Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
Looking Ahead: Turning Disruption Into Opportunity, is future-focused, solution-based, and undeniably immersive. Engage with global thought leaders who share unique perspectives and tangible tools and resources to help evolve both the professional practice of internal auditing and its perception, you will want to attend the 2019 GAM Conference. Audit executives, including CAEs, VPs, audit committee and board members, audit directors, and other stakeholders affected by the internal audit process, will find in-depth exploration of issues facing today’s executives and the opportunity to network with peers for 3.5 days of an invaluable experience. The following topics will be covered:
Dorian Cougias, Co-founder and Compliance Scientist, will be attending. If you want to visit with Dorian while at the conference email him at Dcougias@unifiedcompliance.com to schedule a meeting time and place.
For More Details look to the Program Information page. https://na.theiia.org/training/conferences/GAM/Pages/GAM-Conference-Program.aspx
RIMS 2019 is the largest risk event of the year. You’ll find an unprecedented number of sessions exceptional across a wide-range of risk-related topics. In addition to in-depth sessions, there are shorter presentations in the Thought Leader Theater, Global Studio, Innovation Lab and Wellness Zenter. Whew! Walk the aisles of the Marketplace to meet with your current providers and discover new ones. RIMS 2019 is at the Boston Conv & Exhibition Center, Boston, MA. RIMS 2019 is set to deliver a diverse range of educational sessions facilitated by risk management innovators, disrupters and practitioners.
Unified Compliance will be exhibiting at booth #403. Lynn Heiberger and Jason Mefford will be attending. Please visit us while at the conference or email Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting time and place.
Learn when to swipe right or left on your Compliance Framework!
Compliance Frameworks are a lot like the profiles on dating sites. Each one is trying to convince you that they’re the real thing.
The same thing applies to Compliance Frameworks. There are a lot of people out there telling you that they have a Compliance Framework – but that’s not necessarily true either.
Don’t get fooled by appearances! Join Dorian Cougias, Unified Compliance Co-Founder, on February 19, 2019 at 11 a.m. PST. for this educational webinar that will demystify compliance frameworks for you!
Cougias will explain:
Register for this webinar today. This one could change how you look at compliance forever!
INTEGRATE RISK MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT ASSURANCE WITH A COMMON CONTROL FRAMEWORK! Register Now
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.
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:
Don’t miss this opportunity to upgrade your bridges! Register today!
Ask Yourself These Questions:
When you complete these third party compliance assessments, are you repeating tasks just like Bill Murray’s character in the movie Groundhog Day, where he’d repeat the same day over, and over, and over?
If you get caught in GROUNDHOG DAYS, we’ll trade you an hour of your time to save you tens - if not hundreds - of hours of time. Join Dorian Cougias, Chief Science Officer and Co-Founder of Unified Compliance to cover everything you need to know on November 29 at 11 a.m. Pacific.
Here’s how you eliminate third party compliance assessment Groundhog Days using the Common Controls Hub® (CCH):
Do you really think Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, and the rest respond to these compliance and security surveys one at a time? NOPE, they don’t. And you don’t have to respond to each one individually, either.
This webinar will focus on how quickly you can create your own Portable Compliance Profile from the list of Common Controls your organization follows. And, how you can use that Profile as your standard “here is what we are compliant with” response! The webinar will cover:
Stop repeating Groundhog Day. Register for this webinar right now!
P.S. We’ll even show you an example of the Profile the United Compliance team uses to reply to the U.S. Government and others when they want to know if we’re compliant with the regulatory drafting guides when we create Common Control titles. It’s right in our CCH account!