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Regulatory Requirements 1 big thing: Meet legal and regulatory compliance requirements about data hosting in Clouds

July 2022 by The Art of Service

The big picture: Partner with In-Business Control and Compliance teams to ensure build out and execution of key data controls to support the business and regulatory requirements for your core operations and with all initiatives.

Why it matters: Guarantee your organization conducts and may lead complex risk reviews on processes and controls based on the requirements of the Risk Oversight Program to ensure compliance with corporate policies, standards, and/or overarching/state requirements.

What they’re saying: "Partner with IT and Cybersecurity to promote a culture of data, information security, and cybersecurity awareness and program effectiveness to include evaluation of third-party vendors, ensuring that effective processes are in place to identify and accomplish all activities that pertain to the monitoring, enforcement and enhancement of information security, data privacy, data handling, and compliance with the requirements of information security and data privacy programs.", Darrell D. - Contract Regulatory Operation Project Manager

Yes, but: Liaison so that your team provides feedback on Information Security and Technology Risk programs to ensure relevant industry regulations, standards and compliance requirements are met.

Under the hood: Certify your strategy analyzes, designs, and implements business processes and requirements to ensure compliance with security policies and procedures.

Go deeper: Make headway so that your team facilitates and directs enterprise wide risk management program to ensure compliance with statutory mandates, regulatory requirements and accreditation standards of professional organizations.

Meanwhile: Provide guidance to business partners to ensure compliance with information security regulatory requirements and internal policy.

The backdrop: Make sure the department analysis reporting and data output, as well as system administration and project management all must maintain strict compliance with Entity level and business line processes key and secondary SOX controls, regulatory requirements and corporate policies.

How it works: Oversee, credibly challenge and assess the line of business environment with respect to managing and mitigating compliance risk and establish processes to ensure effective and timely implementation of regulatory change requirements applicable to the group.

What we’re hearing: "Interface so that your staff interprets accounting standards and regulatory requirements in relation to organization policies and applies control processes to ensure policy compliance and risk management per established standards.", Clayton V. - Senior Contracts and Projects Administrator

Be smart: Ensure compliance with applicable Quality Management System (QMS)/Information Security Management System (ISMS) standards in the execution of their daily activities and ensuring product or service meets regulatory requirements, (internal) customer requirements and the established QMS/ISMS policies and procedures.

The bottom line: Identify, manage and ensure continuous improvements in the Quality management systems in compliance with business objectives, business excellence standards and requirements of the external certification body.

What’s next: Oversee that your strategy provides strategic level advice and direction for ethical behavior and regulatory compliance across business areas, directs business areas to ensure ethical and regulatory requirements are implemented into company business practices, and conducts research and incorporates information to help ensure business area ethical and compliance practices.

ICYMI: Lead Information Technology (IT) Quality Compliance activities across your organization including setting strategic direction for the function, partnering with IT Operations to ensure minimal risk and effective mitigation strategies with internal and third party supplier systems, acting as a consultant to the (internal) client community, and managing IT compliance staff to ensure regulatory and business requirements are met.

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