As the importance of data continues to grow, and the amount of data being processed by organizations grows further, many organizations are beginning to feel the constraints and demands of compliance. Therefore this makes data governance paramount to guarantee the security, accuracy, availability, and usability of your data. Data governance encapsulates the approach to managing data during its lifecycle, from acquisition, to use, to disposal.
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, organizations face an ever-increasing array of risks and compliance challenges. As businesses strive to adapt to the digital age, it has become imperative to enhance their Governance, Risk Management, and compliance (GRC) strategies. Fortunately, the fusion of artificial intelligence (AI) and GRC practices presents a transformative opportunity.
Last week, I had the opportunity to moderate a panel at the NACD Summit, where I was joined by: Deven Sharma, Former President at S&P; John Katko, Former Member of U.S. House of Representatives; and Aaron Hughes, CISO at Albertsons. The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) holds its summit annually to empower directors and transform boards to be future ready. Our panel discussion focused on how board members can strategically oversee their organizations’ cybersecurity resilience.