Do You Know What the Unified Compliance/OCEG Integration Means to You?

March 1, 2018 | Webinar Announcements

Do you know how the integration of the OCEG CRG Capability Model (OCEG Redbook) into the Unified Compliance Framework® (UCF®) can help support your GRC efforts?  Are you interested in having access to the OCEG Redbook? Listen to the recorded webinar presented by Dorian Cougias, co-founder of Unified Compliance.

Learn about the inclusion of the the OCEG Redbook in the UCF, you can accomplish four critical compliance tasks that will support your GRC efforts more effectively:

  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.

You should watch this webinar if you:
Struggle to identify mandates from diverse governance, compliance and risk management sources.
Wish you could more easily compare mandates across sources to find intersections.
Want to see how the OCEG GRC Capability Model aligns to global guidance and required practices from hundreds of global sources.
This one-hour webinar took place on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. PST, 1:00 p.m. EST.

OCEG is the global, nonprofit think tank that invented GRC, an acronym that denotes the integration of governance, risk and compliance, but connotes so much more. OCEG informs, empowers, and helps advance more than 65,000 members worldwide with ideas, content, and certifications. Independent of specific professions, OCEG provides content, best practices, education, and certifications to drive leadership and business strategy through the application of the OCEG GRC Capability Model™ and the concept of Principled Performance®. Members include c-suite, executive, management, and other professionals from small and midsize businesses, international corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies. Founded in 2002, OCEG is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ.