Maturing your GRC program doesn’t have to take months or require expensive long-term consulting engagements. In fact, it shouldn’t. That’s why we created the GRC Maturity Workshop. This two-day program is designed to help any organization take stock of the current state of their GRC initiatives, identify any gaps, and build out a plan for future success.
Evaluate your GRC program’s current maturity against industry benchmarks from similarly sized organizations. Set targets for improving each component of your program using LogicGate’s five-level maturity model.
Identify and Prioritize Opportunities
Uncover high-priority opportunities to help mature your GRC program as quickly as possible, and develop targeted solutions for driving improvement in those areas.
Establish a Two-Year GRC Maturity Roadmap
Our team will help you create a custom, actionable, two-year roadmap aligned to the goals, objectives, and solutions developed during the GRC Maturity Workshop. You’ll also get a customized holistic GRC use case map detailing how to use LogicGate Risk Cloud to support your maturation efforts.
Align Stakeholders and Owners
Clearly communicate your plans to executive leadership to make sure the support you need to carry out your GRC maturity initiatives is there when you begin implementation and change management. All workshop outcomes will be packaged in a detailed Maturity Report following the workshop.
Best of all? It’s free for qualified customers.
What Recent Participants Had To Say
Here's a few of the reasons our recent participants loved their GRC Maturity Workshops.
I wish I had LogicGate's Holistic GRC Use Case Map years ago… Knowing what we have to do is one thing but knowing how we can get there is different. Some gaps we knew existed but some we didn’t. It's really helpful having someone else come in and set expectations on when we should complete things and where we should go next.
- Director of ERM, GRC Maturity Workshop Participant
It's been interesting to see how similarly we all think. I never realized how different departments all face similar problems. We do a regular call together but it was so helpful having a facilitator bring us together and help us think about the big picture.