BOSTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--OCEG and MEGA will present a Webinar featuring panelists discussing the impacts of ever-changing business environments on GRC efforts. This special event will feature Michael Rasmussen from GRC 20/20 Research and Colin Tong from Ernst & Young LLP.
The event, GRC and Business Alignment without a Map is a Pipe Dream! is designed for risk and compliance professionals and executives, as well as business and enterprise architects.
The online program will be Thursday, October 24, at 1 pm EDT. Registration is now open. Attendees who are premium (individual or enterprise) members of OCEG, or who have an OCEG All-Access Pass, will receive a one-hour CPE certificate of completion.
Rasmussen is founder of 20/20 Research and an internationally recognized pundit on GRC. He helps organizations improve GRC processes and choose technologies that are effective, efficient and agile. He is a sought-after keynote speaker, author and advisor and is noted as the Father of GRC … the first to define and model the GRC market in 2002 while he was at Forrester Research.
Tong is a manager at EY and subject matter expert in information risk management (IRM), information governance (IG), records information management (RIM) and the convergence of these domains with integrated GRC frameworks. Tong designs, builds, tests and deploys integrated process management capabilities, control frameworks and compliance program strategies, and embeds GRC into the delivery of high quality information ecosystems.
MEGA helps companies achieve business transformation by delivering the capabilities to produce tangible, measurable business performance improvement. The company’s solutions give organizations access to a shared view of the enterprise, from the specific perspective of each department head. This provides insight that helps executives navigate business transformation, make better decisions to improve business performance, and align operations with strategy.
MEGA is the only company that offers GRC solutions with more than 20 years of expertise in business process improvement and enterprise architecture (EA). The company has been cited in numerous analyst reports on GRC, including Chartis Research’s RiskTech 100 report, Gartner Inc.'s Magic Quadrant for Governance, Risk and Compliance Platforms (September 2013), and Continuity Insurance & Risk Magazine’s Risk Assessment Software Report. It has also been named a leader for multiple years in leading analyst reports on EA.
For more than 20 years, companies worldwide have relied on MEGA’s software solutions to help them improve operations. Clients include Aetna, Choice Hotels, Express Scripts, Nissan, Procter & Gamble, and Walgreens.
OCEG is the nonprofit organization that provides guidelines and standards for GRC processes. The group delivers education and methods to help companies improve business performance.