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10 Signs that Indicate you Need a Better Incident Reporting Process

By Tom Kerin |

How many incidents, hazards and near misses does your organization experience in a year? Failing to manage and resolve incidents not only puts your employees’ well-being at risk but also the future of your organization. In this blog, we will examine 10 common signs that indicate you need a better incident reporting process, we share … Continued

Join Camms at the Governance, Risk & Compliance Summit NZ 2023

By Dean Rogers |

The Governance, Risk and Compliance Summit is making its way back to Auckland this February, and Camms is delighted to be a sponsor! Date: Tuesday, 21st February 2023 Time: 8.30am – 5.00pm NZDT Venue: Hilton Auckland, 147 Quay Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand Now that the new year is off and running, GRC … Continued

Top 10 Themes that should be part of your GRC program in 2023!

By Beau Murfitt |

As organizations look to update their risk registers and obligations libraries for 2023, what new and emerging risks should they be considering?  To make it easy, we have compiled a list of the ‘top 10’ themes that should be part of your GRC program in 2023! Check out our infographic and see if you have … Continued

3 Ways to Automate Third-Party Risk Management

By Tom Kerin |

Getting visibility of how your vendors, suppliers, and third parties are performing, and understanding the risk they pose to your organization can be a challenge. Less mature organizations tend to manage third party risk in silos – on an ad hoc basis. Suppliers and vendors are often managed solely by the departments that directly use … Continued

What’s Next for GRC in 2023?

By Beau Murfitt |

There’s a lot going on around the world right now that is shaping both the risk environment and the challenges & opportunities facing organizations both large & small. As we head into 2023 against a backdrop of significant inflation, a major war in Europe, a huge energy shock, pandemic fatigue, political uncertainty, global debt, rising … Continued

Camms Named a ‘Leader’ in G2 Winter 2023 Reports

By Adam Collins |

It’s Official! Camms has Hit 6 Consecutive Quarters in a Row as a G2 ‘Leader’ for GRC Platforms! G2 have released its grid reports for Winter 2023, and we are thrilled to share that Camms has achieved ‘Leader’ status in both the GRC platforms and IT Risk Management categories. These ratings directly reflect the reviews … Continued

Join Camms at RegTech Live 2023

By Daniel Kandola |

Registrations are now open for RegTech Live 2023, an FStech conference dedicated to Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management in financial services – and Camms is proud to be a sponsor! Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023 Time : 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Location: Hilton London Tower Bridge , 5 More London Place, Tooley St, London, … Continued

The Nightmare After Christmas…Returning to Spreadsheets for Risk Management!

By Daniel Kandola |

As risk professionals finish up for the year and take a well-earned break over the festive season, they might be forgiven for feeling less than enthused about returning to work in the new year. For those using spreadsheets to manage GRC, it really is easy to understand why. Just like Jack Skellington in the Tim … Continued

Europe’s leading risk expo #RISK was a resounding success!

By Suzanne Degun |

#Risk’s debut was a resounding success! With thousands of risk professionals and hundreds of speakers and exhibitors attending the inaugural expo at ExCeL London on 16th & 17th November to hear expert guidance, insight, and debate – and Camms were in the thick of it! From informative presentations and engaging panel discussions to keynotes delivered … Continued

Avoid Any Compliance Headaches This Festive Season – Automate Your Gifts & Hospitality Process

By Daniel Kandola |

As the holiday season approaches, we see many compliance officers feeling the pressure as they struggle to ensure employees are complying with gifts & corporate hospitality guidelines. Breaches of these policies could not only see employees breaking corporate codes of conduct and breaching company values, but it could even result in bribery & corruption prosecutions … Continued

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