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Often, the term “Reasonable Assurance” is used in reference to financial statement audits and is referring to assurance that they are free of material misstatement. Although this situation doesn’t really apply to the CCO’s role in oversight of compliance programs,...read more
There is a great article in the September 2018 issue of WIRED magazine titled The Code That Crashed The World. Authored by senior writer Andy Greenberg, it is "the untold story of the most devastating cyberattack in history". The article is an in-depth examination of...read more
CADRE INFORMATION SECURITY AND CENTIAL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO HELP CUSTOMERS DEVELOP RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS CINCINNATI, OH – August 20, 2018 -- Cadre Information Security, a leading provider of information security solutions, has announced a partnership with...read more
Today has been a deluge of product news for RSA Archer. More features are being released in the next 6 months than in multiple years prior. Some of the interesting things are being released in the coming months include: Archer version 6.5 will be released in October....read more
In my last blog on the subject of “The Importance of Governance in the GRC Implementation”, I briefly touched on the importance defining a Vision, or rather, setting standards for a GRC implementation. I felt I needed to dive into these a little more...read more
I recently came across a YouTube video post on risk management that piqued my interest. I don't usually scour social media for risk management posts, but this one claimed to be a controversial stance, as emphasized Risk Management 1 and Risk Management 2 as competing...read more