Addressing business challenges through security automation

Large public and private organizations face a continuous and increasing stream of compliance requirements from regulatory bodies. Meeting these requirements, adapting to compliance changes and managing associated business assets can substantially increase the cost of doing business.

Organizations relying on silos of isolated people, processes, technologies and non-integrated information in the form of Word documents, spreadsheets and databases, struggle to respond to compliance requirements. The World Wide Technology (WWT) Governance, Risk and Compliance Workshop addresses the importance of automating security compliance and risk processes.

Objectives

The WWT Governance, Risk and Compliance Workshop is a two- to four-hour strategic whiteboard session designed to help participants understand governance, risk and compliance automation. Experts review the people, processes and technology needed for role-based, granular, enterprise-wide visibility into an organization’s security risks.

Benefits

This workshop provides your organization with the opportunity to reduce risk and compliance total cost of ownership by improving visibility and ownership of key assets within your business hierarchy. Attendees learn how they can achieve return on investment by adopting a mature governance, risk and compliance model.

View our Governance, Risk and Compliance Workshop brochure.

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