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Assessing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in your GRC strategy is critical as investors, customers, and regulators increasingly demand more transparency and accountability in your corporate sustainability practices.
Integrating ESG into your GRC framework can help identify and mitigate potential risks related to environmental and social issues, such as climate change, human rights violations, and supply chain management.
By incorporating ESG considerations into your GRC strategy, you can ensure that your organisation is well-positioned to meet the evolving expectations of stakeholders and thrive in a rapidly changing business environment.
In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Analyst Richard Stiennon speaks to Grant Ostler and Mark Mellen, Industry Principals at Workiva, to discuss:
- Balancing investment between compliance and security
- Taking GRC concerns to the C-Suite
- ESG frameworks
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