The goal of IT GRC Forum is to help industry stakeholders, government regulators, and end-users better understand and manage the increasingly complex Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) landscape across the organization. We aim to empower the GRC community by providing the most current educational resources and a user friendly forum for collaboration with peers.
The members forum allows GRC Executives to seek out and network with others in similar size companies and industries, and it allows them to post questions, exchange ideas and best practices on a one-to-one level, instantaneously. Through the Forum, staff field questions from the community and use the community's resources (analyst partners, data repositories, and other members) to supply the right answers to all queries. All members have the facility to communicate directly with other members, and make posts in the forum and blog.
Industry Experts, Solution Providers and IT Executives provide commentary, opinions and analysis on key technology trends and business news through online editorials, blogs and the member's forum. In addition solution providers may communicate through listing Podcasts, Webcasts, Whitepapers or Case-Studies in the educational media archive. Listed solutions are carefully selected to fit the specific business requirements, which provides clarity to members and enables them to identify the best IT Solutions.
Executive IT Forums Inc. is an Online Event Production company headquartered in Manhattan. We create, produce and manage online IT events, publish educational media and provide professional networking facilities to Executives across the world.
- Connects you to GRC Professionals; peers and IT experts.
- Social Networking facility to share best practices, in the community forum or on a one to one basis.
- Facility to create private blogs (visible to all users).
- Provides expert market intelligence to help you make informed market decisions.
- FOC access to our categorized archive of articles, whitepapers, case-studies, podcasts and webcasts.
First you should Create an account to experience all of the features of the IT GRC Forum. You will be asked to provide your email address, choose a username and password, and provide some basic job and company information (optional). You do not have to list personal information on your member's profile although this may help you to network with other members.
Next you will receive an email from us asking you to confirm your registration to ITGRCForum.com, click the link and you're set! Our Production Department adds new pieces of original editorial content weekly and you will be notified to new content through e-newsletter communications. All site content is indexed continually and made available to registered users. pdf