Whether it’s the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other evolving regulations, organizations around the world must have the ability to demonstrate to regulators, internal auditors, and board members that they have an effective policy management system in place. Especially with GDPR on the horizon, companies must prove statutory compliance and internal operating procedure best practices have been accurately deployed, communicated and implemented.
“Organizations that attempt to manage this in documents, spreadsheets, and emails will find that this approach will lead to inevitable failure.” – GRC 20/20
GRC 20/20 researched, evaluated, and monitored Mitratech’s PolicyHub software as a solution in the governance, risk and compliance market over a number of years. This guide highlights how PolicyHub addresses policy management in the context of GDPR compliance and how well it meets the requirements of organizations globally.
This solution guide will cover:
- Requirements of a policy management solution in the age of GDPR
- How PolicyHub helps address these requirements and how it’s used to mitigate risk
- An honest look at how PolicyHub measures up in the landscape of policy management solutions
Download the full solution guide on Addressing Policy Management in the Context of GDPR
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