How long after regulations change are you alerted to a compliance risk?
The ultimate aim of the regulatory change management process is to identify and evaluate regulatory gaps as soon as they arise, and take steps to remediate policies and controls that put your business at risk.
Regulatory gap analysis is one of the most vital, yet time-consuming and risky aspects of regulatory change management. The longer a regulatory gap exists without remediation, the greater the risk of breaches and sanctions.
Discover how CUBE automatically identifies and evaluates regulatory gaps as soon as they arise, enabling you to act quickly in remediating policies and controls that are putting your business at risk.