Video: How to Map GRC Policies and Procedures

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George Tang continues his exploration of JupiterOne GRC capabilities with this video on how to map policies and procedures to specific controls or requirements within compliance frameworks. 

For compliance purposes, it is frequently a requirement for policy or procedure documents to be mapped to specific controls and requirements. George shows how to navigate the UI in JupiterOne to investigate previously mapped policies, and how to see the attributes and relationships of those existing documents so they can be updated for a specific control.

 

 

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George Tang
George Tang

I possess extensive senior information security leadership experience from serving hundreds of clients by assessing, designing, and implementing security + enterprise risk management programs. I assess + advise companies (from Fortune 5 to pre-seed startups) on their businesses', products', and environments’ security architectures. Additionally, I own a rare blend of technical subject matter expertise within the cloud technology space across the major hyperscale cloud service providers, i.e., AWS, Azure, GCP, specifically within the infrastructure security domain. Background: information security, cloud security, cyber security, governance/risk/compliance, assessments + advisory, risk management/risk assessment.

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