Governance, Risk & Compliance
Thebes Group provides experienced IT professionals with deep industry expertise to ensure businesses are fully prepared in today’s ever-evolving, global, economic environment.
We understand that governance, risk management and compliance are three critical areas in business today that must work in tandem. Accordingly, we provide solutions that integrate directly into existing business processes and systems, so as to maintain efficient operations. Our solutions help our clients to:
– Gain access to accurate and timely information sharing and reporting
– Eliminate silo management of systems that add to costs
Thebes has an experienced and dedicated team of IT professionals within the GRC and Cyber Security sectors. Their breadth of understanding for market and specific industry requirements, along with Thebes’ modern assessment methodologies, provide the critical knowledge and tools to detect and manage each clients’ risk exposure.
Businesses remain at risk of hosting substantial duplication of tasks and effort due to governance, risk management and compliance being managed independently. Legacy contracts overlap and lead to each internal service being accessed by multiple suppliers – a leading cause for security breaches and oversight from adaptations.
We recognise that the lack of a proper GRC strategy could lead to regulatory penalties, including the loss of reputation. Thebes ensures a comprehensive assessment is conducted so that a disjointed approach can be remedied, and replaced with a fully integrated GRC solution. Alarmingly, today many clients still have a large number of GRC-related requirements due to constant changes in technology, increasing data storage requirements, globalisation of their business, and increased regulation.
As enterprise become more digitally aligned and global in operations, the requirement for central and efficient control provides a greater challenge. Thebes ensures that clients have a control tower overview of their GRC requirements, and redundant processes are eliminated to reduce costs and resources.