​RSA Archer® GRC Strategy Roadmap

RSA Risk Management Practice

To build a sustainable governance, risk and compliance program, you need a clear roadmap that communicates goals and aligns business processes across your enterprise. The RSA Archer GRC Strategy Roadmap service can help you: Assess the current state of your governance, risk and compliance program, identify opportunities for growth and define your vision for a world-class governance, risk and compliance program.

Features

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Structured Process

RSA Risk Management Practice certified consultants will take you through a six phase process that includes planning, discovery, analysis, architecture, scheduling and publishing.

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Stakeholder Collaboration

The RSA Risk Management Practice team collaborates with internal stakeholders across your enterprise to understand current business processes, path points, workflows and dependencies.

Benefits

​Define the vision and scope of your enterprise’s desired governance, risk and compliance program and monitor its progress as you build it out.

​Identify integration points among enterprise systems and governance, risk and compliance solutions.

​Gauge the effectiveness of new and long-standing GRC programs and chart future phases of work.

​Get all stakeholders involved in and committed to building the program.

​Evaluate existing processes and bring dependencies and redundancies to light.

​Maximize the short- and long-term value of your RSA Archer solutions.

​Prioritize the implementation of business processes with the RSA Archer GRC Platform.

"RSA Archer is enabling us to automate a lot of governance processes, like updating inventories, performing risk assessments, mapping controls to many different industry frameworks and gathering assessment/audit. By automating it, we’re getting time back to devote to other tasks. Experts in the field can be re-directed to more proactive risk management rather than always being reactive."
​Joe Watkins
Director of Technology Risk Management

Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta