Successful application of governance, risk and compliance practices means integrating critical models into all facets of your organization, from building out new facilities, to planning asset inventory and management, to developing new programs or processes. Creating this culture of compliance upfront helps you avoid costly change within your organization.
We combine our vast risk management knowledge with critical design thinking, as well as industry-proven standards, toolsets and methodologies to deliver an integrated risk and compliance framework that further enhances that culture. We examine the enterprise risks you face and the compliance cycle for your industry, identifying where you can grow your compliance programs.
Safety and reliable operations are the cornerstones of risk management and resiliency for critical infrastructure environments. We apply a three-pronged approach to achieve risk management and resiliency, balancing regulatory compliance, system reliability and cyber risk management. Our team is made up of consultants with experience in all three sectors, and they focus on improving the safety, security and reliability of critical infrastructure. Our goal is delivering the people, process and technology that support risk and resiliency, preparedness and situational awareness.
As we help you examine your critical infrastructure compliance program, we emphasize:
By leveraging the maturity, integration and stakeholder engagement models we’ve developed, we gain an understanding of the risks associated with your business and assets. We implement a collaborative risk model that is built, adapted and managed within your organization. Our team helps you recognize and counter risks from broken systems and bulky manual processes. We identify and break down siloed operations through controls, integration and automation.
We partner with you to nurture and expand your risk operations and advance your program management, giving your team the edge it needs to deliver on compliance, risk and board commitments.
In the face of increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks in recent years, the U.S. utility industry has responded with an array of strategies designed to reduce and eliminate vulnerabilities to increasingly digitized systems. Now, with the recent issuance of an executive order from President Donald Trump, utilities will expand this effort to other assets touching the bulk electric system.