Compliance is about protecting
your company from regulatory disaster

With increased operational complexity and regulatory requirements, as well as the gap between external demands and internal capabilities, a traditional approach to Compliance is no longer fit for most organizations of 200 knowledge workers or below. This is reflected in Accenture’s Compliance and Risk Study. Regulations continue to emerge and the budget for compliance is growing. Compliance leaders are expected to proactively identify new risks and support sustainable business growth.

As Compliance’s role shifts from reactive to strategic, its responsibilities are expanding to include risk management and enterprise-wide advisory services. The result: Compliance leaders need to redesign their operations for the future.

That is why Micro Visions, Inc. design our Compliance as a Service (CaaS) solution.

Process + Procedure + Education = Compliance Business Outcome

Alignment of an organization’s business processes to counter the current state of recent events is a requirement.  An effective compliance program helps an organization better understand the complexity of the process and how to comply with regulations that will impact operations.

No matter what the tools or human engineering, your organization can experience the following continuity:

Creation of IT-related documentation
and procedures

computer use policies

Security and other assessmemnts

Intrusion protection

Backup strategies

Protection and recovery for key
application and systems

Hardware redundancy
Business continuity planning
and implementation

Disaster recovery planning
and implementation

Managed services

6 Key Elements of an Effective Compliance Program

Leadership

Trained Professionals

Risk Assessment

Policies and Procedures

Reporting

Monitoring and Testing

What benefit will your organization realize from Micro Visions Inc’s Compliance as a Service platform?

A compliance program helps an organization comply with regulations. Still, if done properly, it can aid in spotting opportunities or potential weaknesses along the business process that may or may not be compliance-related. Also, it allows a compliance officer to help guide and better advise internally on risks and promote a culture that will benefit the organization in the long run.

Some may see such a program as a barrier to business efficiency or a financial cost to the organization, but not having a plan to comply with regulations – costs even more. Especially when a Bad Actor penetrates your infrastructure, locks your data, and demands a ransom.

You will have the trained professionals that know the who/what/when of compliance as part of your team.

change the conversation, change the outcome

With increased regulatory pressure and operational complexity and a widening gap between external demands and internal capabilities, traditional approaches to Compliance are no longer fit for the future. This is why we designed our Compliance as a Service.

Regulations are getting tougher, budgets are tighter, and the price of compliance is growing. Compliance leaders are expected to identify new risks and support sustainable business growth proactively.

As Compliance’s role shifts from reactive to strategic, its responsibilities include risk management and advisory services. Micro Visions aims to change the conversation to all your organization to effectively keep pace with regulatory requirements and provide strategic guidance.