Having trouble protecting your data? We get it. It's a complex job for compliance teams that are required to comply with specific regulations and standards such as GLBA, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOX, NIST, ISO, SOC 1/2/3, etc.
What you'll learn:
We'll show you how your organization can better comply with the vast array of regulations and standards that are levied on most companies by using the ServiceNow GRC application to capture and manage compliance activities and risks. By tying those risks to your controls, rationalizing your internal control framework and using the Unified Compliance Framework’s (UCF) common controls approach you can manage just a single control to attest to your organizations compliance against multiple regulatory controls and standards.
Watch this GRC Sphere—Unified Compliance webinar & let us show you the problems that must be addressed in the work discipline of GRC Configuration Management, the strategic value that is attainable, & how to streamline your approach to compliance management.
Do You Have a Control Framework for Regulatory Compliance?
Learn about triaging, operationalizing and automating regulatory change into defensible compliance.
Register for a webinar being held on May 10, 2018 at 1 p.m. ET, | 10:00 am PT, to learn about the importance of creating a logical control framework for managing regulatory compliance and other topics.
Insurers and their insureds know that the data they possess is valuable, but if hackers steal it, a nightmare ensues. Since we’re in an age when almost anything is hackable, the concern is real. Regulators are doing their best to require compliance in the area of data security, but that has resulted in a dizzying array of regulations. Virtually every organization finds that managing all the regulations can be an almost overwhelming challenge, and they’re looking for effective solutions.
Now You Can Look Inside the UCF in Real Time! If you’ve ever wondered how our patented technology works, now is your chance to see it in action. We’re hosting a webinar to prepare you for using the Portal.
Why a Mapping Observation Portal?
We developed the Portal in response to our users asking for a way to do two things:
The Portal allows anyone to answer questions such as: How do the mappers separate citations into multiple mandates? How do they link tagged terms to their actual definitions? How do they match tagged mandates to existing Common Controls?
We’re Shooting for Complete Transparency
There is always discussion in the compliance space about how to do mapping. From our perspective, crosswalking doesn’t work because it assumes that each citation is compared to every other citation. For example, doing a crosswalk between the Authority Documents NIST ID.AM-1 and ISO/IC 27001 would encompass 50,000 combinations. It’s a task that could overwhelm any experienced compliance professional.
Another alternative is to have mappers use their best judgment as to whether citations match. In our experience, that approach produces inaccurate results. TheMapping Observation Portal will let anyone understand how our mapping process works, and shows why other methods aren’t sufficiently accurate.
In addition, interested parties can follow our progress in mapping specific Authority Documents as we work to add them to the Unified Compliance Framework® (UCF®), the world’s largest compliance library.
You Should Attend This Webinar If. . .
You want to know more about how the magic happens. At the end of the webinar, you’ll know:
Learn from the Expert
Dorian Cougias, the co-founder of Unified Compliance, will personally show you the power behind Unified Compliance’s mapping technology and answer your questions. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 11 a.m. PT.
If you’ve ever wanted to evaluate the UCF but didn’t understand how it worked, this is your chance to get that knowledge. You can then join the long list of professionals who have saved time, reduced costs, and improved the accuracy of their compliance efforts. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!
Register today – space is limited!