Information management, government oversight, and other factors have led to the increasing complexity of the regulatory landscape. Organizations struggle to understand the impact that external compliance requirements have on products, services, and business objectives.
Answering to a number of regulatory bodies efficiently requires a clear, well-documented approach to addressing regulations. To do so in the most complete, cost-effective manner possible, organizations need to clearly identify the requirements they face and easily map them to the activities and controls in place to address them. They also need the capability to leverage a standard set of procedures to address a wide variety of regulations.
RSA Archer Regulatory Compliance offers best-practice policies, control standards, authoritative sources, control procedures, and assessment questions through the RSA Archer Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Content Library. Organizations can rationalize policies and control standards by mapping them to corporate objectives and authoritative sources that impact the business such as Payment Card Industry (PCI), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), International Standards Organization (ISO), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as well as state and international legislation.
Regulatory Compliance enables organizations to catalog regulatory requirements, map them to policies and the control environment, and report on related findings and exceptions impacting the ability to comply with regulations—all from a single web portal. It reduces the time and effort required to create and update policies to support regulatory compliance initiatives, manage exceptions, and demonstrate compliance with multiple regulations.
Regulatory Compliance offers dynamic, flexible workflows to allow content distribution to appropriate subject-matter experts for review and approval. It provides the ability to map policy content to the control framework to easily see gaps when new authoritative sources are rolled out.