In an economy subject to frequent business transformations, decision makers need to ensure that risk and compliance issues are managed in an appropriate way: they cannot rely on explaining the current situation anymore but need to produce relevant risks and compliance roadmaps for the future.
Being compliant or not is not the only issue as regulator request more and more to prove the journey that lead to compliance.
Organisations today need to dynamically manage complex portfolio of risks and associated tasks and/or human resources connected to those, while continuously addressing new regulations and compliance constraints such as:
dFakto’s data-driven risk and compliance services make sure that senior executives and management have the information they need to be the driver of successful risk and compliance management.
After all, it’s important that everyone shares the same version of the truth when it comes to measuring current risk profiles and expected risk profiles, or to compare future risk profile vs. future expected risk profile... In any case, the either validate the current plan or they need to take appropriate corrective actions.
Here, it’s all about using dFakto’s technology and business expertise to source and gather the necessary risk and compliance data to create consistent and multi-layered information, that in turn feeds the decision-making processes with the insights required. This information is produced as often as necessary to gauge progress and confirm risk and compliance alignment.
We’re proud to produce a white paper about GDPR that drafts the necessary data-driven processes and data-driven solutions to support the GDPR implementation and operations phase, the next steps after the GDPR Assessment.
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