Industry experts will discuss business optimization
BOSTON, October 14, 2011 – Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) experts from MEGA will discuss how to achieve business optimization through the adoption of integrated GRC practices at a featured Webinar on October 27, 2011 at 1:30 pm EST. The program is designed for GRC executives and directors of risk, compliance, and audit, as well as business analysts and process professionals. Attendees can register for the event at http://www.mega.com/en/c/event/p/webinar/a/event-webinar0119.
Patrick Wells, director of GRC business development, MEGA, will moderate a discussion with Daniel Hebda, vice president, MEGA, and guest speaker, Jeffrey Recor, senior manager, Security & Privacy Solutions, Deloitte & Touche LLP.
Hebda has worked with large multinational companies, guiding business process optimization and GRC projects since 2001. For several years, he owned a technology consulting firm.
Recor has over 20 years in the security field with a current focus on GRC initiatives. He participated in the creation of the Information Assurance Center at Walsh College (A NSA Center of Excellence) as well as the development of several security industry certification programs.
The discussion topics are for companies facing a multitude of GRC challenges, such as managing a constantly evolving list of regulatory requirements and avoiding duplication of business risk and control efforts. The speakers will also demonstrate how to satisfy board and shareholder expectations with regard to GRC, mitigate incidents and loss events, and minimize exposure to regulatory penalties.
The MEGA Suite provides EGRC solutions that help companies gain control over their operations and maximize business performance within acceptable risk levels. It is used by leading companies to strengthen risk analysis, coordinate GRC processes, and establish a corporate governance approach to managing risk.
The MEGA Suite enables organizations to design, test, monitor, and manage GRC information. MEGA is the only company in the GRC industry with 20 years of expertise in business process improvement. This provides a strong foundation for highly efficient and effective GRC solutions.
MEGA was named a visionary in the July 2011Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance Platforms. Chartis Research called MEGA a leading vendor in completeness of offering and market share potential in the enterprise operational risk and GRC solution provider category in their report, Operational Risk & GRC Software Solutions 2010. MEGA has also been cited by Forrester Research, Inc. in their GRC reports.
Following this event, Wells will speak at the GSMI GRC Summit in Boston on November 1-3.