Insights: Assurance & Compliance


Interview with risk and assurance expert Guy Cullom on the General Data Protection Regulation and what it means for organisations

The new GDPR is only two years away, and the implications for businesses, especially those who operate multi-nationally could be immense. The organisations that get out in front are likely to gain the advantage and avoid the last minute panic that will surely engulf some industries in late 2017.


Impacts of the General Data Protection Regulation: Why starting now is essential to reach compliance

The European General Data Protection Regulation to be adopted in 2018 represents the most significant change to data protection in the EU since 1995. The regulation will require organisations to review their practices and to ensure compliance, it is imperative to get started.


Embedding compliance: How to integrate Sarbanes-Oxley in your projects

Internal controls are incredibly important to business operations but are often seen as something abstract and separate while they in fact should be part of business as usual and all ongoing develop­ment activities. Trying to resolve and remedy a lack of internal controls as a separate, post-event activity is not only risky – it’s also expensive. Control and assurance must be based on the business risk, be in line with external rules and regulations and be built in from the start.


Using governance, risk and compliance systems to deliver business benefits

Governance, risk and compliance systems are getting more and more attention on management and board level. Companies and organisations are struggling to manage governance, risk and compliance in…


Embedding risk management within IT to deliver business value while maintaining compliance

IT organisations have long been subject to a wide range of rules and regulations mandating control over information, technology and processes. These rules and regulations are often created…


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