Moving Fast with Defined Constraints
.MP4, AVC, 1920×1080, 30 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 47m | 271 MB
Instructor: Joanne Molesky
Learn how to achieve overall organizational balance of risk between observing required constraints and implementing change to get ahead of your competition
Technology is no longer the primary bottleneck in an organization’s effort to move quickly. That bottleneck now often lies with the Security, and Risk and Compliance groups.
Compounding matters, in most large organizations, the people who are actually doing the work don’t understand regulations; and the people who are responsible for reporting-both to comply with these regulations and on matters of security-don’t understand how the work is being done. They, therefore, try to revert these orgs back to processes and procedures based on outdated technology.
And these traditional regulations, controls, and processes-devised decades ago to mitigate risk-are actually causing other negative results, such as:
Increased overhead for control implementation and validation
Increased time-to-market to new services and products
Decreased transparency and bad decisions when inappropriate controls are forced on people doing the work. The tendency is for people to sidestep the controls in the name of getting things done.
The trick, of course, is for an organization to find a balance between following the applicable law, reducing risk, and moving the organization forward by delivering products and services at a pace that’s expected by its customers.
In this course, I’ll further demonstrate the need for finding this balance, help you understand the language of Risk and Compliance, show you how sharing responsibility for the enforcement of these constraints can lead to better business outcomes, and explain how creating faster feedback on Risk and Compliance, Governance, and Measuring and Reporting can lead your organization to both agility and success.
Understand the importance of working within constraints imposed externally by regulations and policies.
Understand the boundaries – why are they important?
Understand the language vs. creating a shared understanding.
Learn ways to work collaboratively with security, risk, and compliance teams to meet common targets and desired outcomes.
Learn how to create faster feedback cycles with measurement and reporting.