In just 3 days time, internationally recognized GRC pundit Michael Rasmussen and Dr. Jacob Ukelson will come together to discuss the importance of IT governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) in DevOps.
As an added bonus, all webinar attendees will receive a free copy of Mr. Rasmussen’s whitepaper: ‘GRC A DevOps Perspective’!
Learn more about this exciting event in this exclusive sneak preview! We’ve put some highlights of the event online so you can get an idea what to expect – and maybe even start thinking about questions to ask the presenters.
Mr. Rasmussen and Dr. Ukelson will answer the question: Why does DevOps need to worry about GRC? Together, they will explain the importance of GRC as well as how Nolio increases efficiency, effectiveness and business agility for the enterprise through automation and standardization.
After attending this live webinar, you will understand:
- The importance of GRC in DevOps
- How automated release processes ensure compliance with internal and external regulations and policies (i.e. SOX, HIPAA)
- How standardized release processes and a full audit trail enables organizations to meet GRC requirements
Following their presentations, all participants will have the opportunity to speak directly with Mr. Rasmussen and Dr. Ukelson in a dedicated ‘Question & Answer’ session. This is a great opportunity for IT Operations folks to talk directly with one of GRC’s top opinion leaders.
This exciting event will take place on Thursday, September 27th, 2012 at 9am PDT / 12pm PDT / 5pm BST.
Click here to register for ‘How Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) Impact DevOps’
Click here to download the whitepaper ‘IT Governance and Compliance – Implementing Application Release Automation’
About the Presenters
Mr. Rasmussen is an internationally recognized GRC pundit, known for being one of the earliest advocates for a collaborative and integrated approach to GRC.
Dr. Jacob Ukelson
Dr. Ukelson has a proven track record in discovering and developing innovative solutions to real-world customer problems, and then developing them into products.