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2024 GRC Strategies, Teams, and Outcomes Report

One in three organizations can’t proactively manage risk with their current GRC program. In partnership with Osterman Research, this report shares results for new 2024 GRC Strategies, Teams, and Outcomes Report from 350 risk, cybersecurity, and compliance leaders from around the world and across industries. Together, these respondents provided insights into their:

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