The Relevance of Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) in Digital Transformation Programs

The Relevance of Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) in Digital Transformation Programs

Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) have recently been pushed to even more relevance by the events that had transpired over the last year and are still prevalent today.

Pushed by the on-going crisis, companies and their customers have jumped on the digitalization, and digital transformation wagon at an amazing speed. Companies were forced to accelerate their digital transformation program at perhaps the cost of considering the crucial role that GRC plays in their program.

GRC is normally viewed as the realm of corporate bigwigs and, strategists that plays a minimal part in the digitalization of a company, a set of business functions, capabilities, and processes to meet organizational objectives and reporting lapses. However, as businesses are accelerating their digital transformation program at a pace that has not probably been seen before, the scope of risks within the horizon of GRC has increased.

Companies implementing a digital transformation program that is only focused on technology and operational efficiency that are not factoring in the role of GRC will face even greater risk — and this is the reason Geniusto is offering a 2-day workshop on the role of GRC in digital transformation.

On April 26 – 27, Geniusto will conduct its first Digital Transformation Accelerator Program (DTAP) workshop for the new year. Aptly titled “DX Programs – Don’t Leave Security, Risk, and Compliance Out of the Equation’’, the award-winning fintech company’s internal experts shall provide useful information on how best to include GRC, and infosec for an effective digital transformation program.



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