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Audit and Risk Professionals Challenged in Communicating Value to Executives

Less than Half of Professionals Provided with Purpose Built GRC Software VANCOUVER — December 17, 2014 – The most widespread challenge facing audit, risk management and compliance professionals is putting their work into a context that speaks to executives. According to the 2014
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2014 GRC Technology Pulse Survey Results

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Promens Implements ACL GRC to Eliminate Manual Audit Processes

Global Manufacturer Chooses Cloud-Based Audit Management Software to Meet Needs of Outspread Audit Team READING, ENGLAND, December 10, 2013 – As part of ACL’s strategic expansion into global markets, the company today announced that Promens, a leading global plastics manufacture
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Arizona State University Chooses ACL to Streamline Audits and Improve Efficiency Across the Organization

University Audit Team Implements a Data-Driven Approach to Audit Management VANCOUVER, October 23, 2013 – ACL today announced that Arizona State University (ASU) has selected ACL to bolster its governance, compliance, and risk management (GRC) capabilities, as well as improve in
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ACL Receives 2013 GRC Value Award For Audit Management

IT Audit Firm Traina & Associates Achieves Significant ROI Using ACL GRC Software VANCOUVER, October 1, 2013 – ACL is honored to announce that it has received the 2013 GRC Value Award in the “Audit Management” category from GRC analyst firm GRC 20/20. The inaugural awards r
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Big Data… Big Deal?

In a recent report, “Billions and billions: big data becomes a big deal,” our friends at Deloitte predict that in 2012, “Big Data” will likely experience accelerating growth and market penetration.  By the end of this calendar year – according to the report – more than 90% of the Fort
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7 Steps to Unwanted Notoriety

I never like to hear about cases of egregious wrong-doing or organizations failing to act on known deficiencies and areas of non-compliance. I find it especially disappointing when the ways and means of identifying these compliance faux-pas are well known and readily available. But un
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Is the “Next Big Thing” Data Governance?

It’s funny how topics converge from time to time. For me it was one of those cases of things happening in 3’s. Just last week, I attended the MIS GRC conference in New York.  As with all of the events that Joel Kramer puts on, it was full of value to all who were in attendance.  I sat
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