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Understanding Governance, Risk and Compliance

 
 
 
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Understanding Governance, Risk and Compliance

Aberdeen divided the respondents into three categories: best-in-class, industry average, and laggards. The rankings were based on respondent’s estimates of year-over-year change in three performance categories.
Aberdeen Group conducted a comprehensive study of 130 enterprises regarding their attitudes and practices surrounding governance, risk and compliance (GRC) initiatives. This slideshow highlights findings from Aberdeen’s wrap-up report, IT GRC: Managing Risk, Improving Visibility, and Reducing Operating Costs, by analyst Derek Brink.

One detail: the GRC acronym has things out of order; Aberdeen says enterprises emphasize compliance first, IT governance next and risk management last.
 
 
 
 
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