A risk management information system (RMIS) allows you to automate many of the difficult to organize tasks involved in compiling, storing, and communicating risk information.
Tag Archive: Information security controls
The ONC Security Risk Assessment Tool incorporates 205 pages with 156 questions. This checklist helps organizations organize basic technology safeguards controls.
Financial institutions and nonbank financial institutions must find new ways to meet BSA, AML, and KYC regulatory compliance by enabling IT compliance.
Enterprise risk management involves reviewing internal and external risks to your organization and determining your tolerance and controls.
Compliance managers act as the C-3POs of the compliance landscape. Similar to C-3PO monitoring etiquette and protocol, compliance managers maintain a company’s legal and ethical integrity through policy planning and enforcement. What is a compliance manager? Your compliance manager, often referred to as a compliance officer, ensures your organization remains within the strict boundaries of regulatory requirements and meets all official standards governing your business. In the same way that C-3PO continually monitored protocols for the Rebellion, your compliance manager oversees all of your risk management activities. What is Compliance? Compliance means following orders and directives. In supporting these directives, compliance managers fulfill five essential functions. After identifying business risks, they design and implement controls as part of your compliance…
Security and compliance are the Wonder Twins of information security, needing each other for their powers to activate and protect you from threats.
Categorized in: Benefits of Automation, Information Security Compliance
Infoc standards and regulations being sorted into Hogwarts houses seems silly, but it helps organize the way we think of them.