In this webinar, Craig Isaacs, CEO of Unified Compliance (UCF), and Ruth Zive, VP Marketing, Blueprint, will discuss how to mitigate your compliance risk with pre-packaged, consolidated regulatory information integrated from the UCF Common
Blueprint is offering prepackaged Compliance Accelerators through its new partnership with Unified Compliance. These
Compliance Accelerators deliver meaningful ‘content’ that is centrally accessible and reusable, arming all stakeholders
across the enterprise with the information they need to ensure compliance throughout the application development life cycle.
In this webinar, you will learn:
All organizations in the U.S., even non-profits, must comply with state and federal regulations. Managing compliance risks and controls efficiently is essential. But, do you know which regulations and standards apply to your organization? Do you know which Common Controls need to be updated? Are you able to effectively identify risks across your compliance obligations? Can you demonstrate compliance?
Chances are, you don’t have the resources or the in-house knowledge to handle the rapidly changing compliance landscape. Don’t jeopardize your 501 tax-exempt status with non-compliance—partner with 501 Commons and they will help you stretch those resources to manage and mitigate compliance risk at a price you can afford.
Join Craig Isaacs from Unified Compliance and Graham Ford, 501 Commons Director of Technology Consulting and Services as they demonstrate the capabilities of the UCF Common Controls Hub.
In this era of evolving regulatory demands, managing cybersecurity risks and controls efficiently is essential. Cybersecurity requirements are often obscure with huge overlaps between requirements, and no overall guidance, so there is an increasing need to streamline the compliance process by automatically compiling custom, harmonized IT control lists by market segments, vertical industries, and geographies.Join this webinar on the UCF’s Common Controls Hub™ and MetricStream’s “GRC Framework” and learn more about how technology can help consolidate separate laws, standards, and regulations to provide clear visibility of cybersecurity requirements in your organization. Organizations can not only save considerable time, effort, and resources to maintain cybersecurity audit and compliance, but also improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their overall IT governance, risk, and compliance management programs.Key discussion points include: