GRC (Governance, Risk Management and Compliance) software is the perfect answer for businesses of all sizes seeking to simplify their compliance and risk management processes. easy2comply can be deployed either on-demand (SaaS) or on-site to suit each customer's preferred configuration. easy2comply easily adapts to any business environment by offering a more flexible, cost-effective alternative than standard GRC solutions. The modular framework can be used for existing requirements such as: Solvency 2, Basel II, CobiT, ISO27001, FSA regulations, Arrow audits, Icaap, Sarbanes-Oxley SOX, Operational Risk, CobiT, ISO27001, ITIL, MaRisk , BilMoG, BCM, Internal Audit and for future regulatory processes. Affordable, reliable and easy2deploy.You can start NOW at $250/user/month.

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Whitepaper: How To Manage Effectively Operational Risk For Basel II, Solvency II And Arrow

by easy2complySep 01, 2008

Operational risk exists everywhere in the business environment. It is the oldest risk facing any commercial institution and in particular banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions. Any financial institution will face operational risk long before it decides on its first market trade or credit transaction. Of all the different types of risks financial institutions face, operational risk can be the most devastating and at the same time, the most difficult to anticipate. Its

Whitepaper: How To Implement An Integrated GRC Architecture

by easy2complyJan 01, 2008

Risk Management, compliance and governance reforms that followed the corporate failures of the past decade have dramatically changed today?s business environment. Organizations worldwide are coping with a proliferation of new regulation and standard, and are challenged to do so in a way that supports performance objective, upholds stakeholder expectations, sustains value and protects the organization?s brand. Recent studies indicate that Fortune 1,000 corporations are subject to 35-40