Strengthen your operational resilience processes, meet pertinent regulatory requirements in this space, and enhance business continuity practices with the help of high-performance GRC technology.
When talking about operational resilience, it is important to mention that this discipline refers to the processes put in place within an organization, that aim to boost business continuity practices in order to focus on the risk impact, risk appetite, and tolerance levels for disruption within the organization’s internal and external ecosystem (third-parties).
Considering the cost of operational disruptions, both direct and indirect, it is only financially and logically reasonable to put operational resilience at the top of your business goals in view of the certainty it offers to daily business operations.
Managing operational resilience within organizations is an amalgamation of three key GRC use cases firms should already be addressing:
- Business Continuity Management (BCM)
- Operational Risk Management
- Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM)
Check out this powerful document for more on Mitratech’s approach to operational resilience, from regulatory requirements and business continuity practices to GRC technology. Learn more about:
- The Systematic Lens of Operational Resilience as a Regulatory Imperative
- Regulatory Requirements Touching Operational Resilience
- Why is Operational Resilience Important?
- Timeline of Regulatory Requirements for the UK Operational Resilience Regulation
- An Integrated Approach to Operational Resilience
- Board and Senior Management Oversight
- How can GRC technology help?
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