Resilience Through Your Compliance Program?
It's More Likely Than You Think!
Thursday, August 31st | 11:00am ET; 8:00am PT | 30 minutes
Historically, cybersecurity compliance measures have shown limited success. The management of compliance has evolved into an independent function, distinct from risk management. Businesses are currently grappling with increasingly intricate compliance requirements, dedicating considerable resources towards achieving, sustaining, and evidencing their compliance with a constantly evolving set of standards, frameworks, and directives.
Despite these endeavors, breaches continue to occur in ostensibly compliant entities, with the severity of cyber-attacks escalating despite growing investments in cybersecurity. The convergence of compliance, security, and risk management, facilitated by end-to-end automation, provides enterprises with the prospect of reaping further returns from current investments while addressing institutional impediments. In this talk, we will explore how decision-makers can introduce this strategy into their corporate environments.
Join us and Igor Volovich, Vice President of Compliance Strategy at Qmulos, for a webinar where attendees will learn more about:
- Traditional cybersecurity compliance approaches have been ineffective, leading to breaches despite increased spending
- The misalignment between compliance, security, and risk management impacts not only individual enterprises but also the larger interconnected digital economy
- Legacy compliance workflows focus on past states and reports, while security demands real-time and future-oriented solutions
- The convergence of compliance, security, and risk management through end-to-end compliance automation is essential to address these challenges
- Adopting a data-centric, mission-driven, and risk-focused model can help organizations better manage risk and enhance business resilience