The Business Forum

"It is impossible for ideas to compete in the marketplace if no forum for
 their presentation is provided or available"     -      Thomas Mann, 1896

A Business Forum Open Discussion Luncheon

Costa Mesa, Orange County, California

Thursday, October 5th, 2006  - 11:45am to 1:30pm

 Experts Attending from: Brabeion Software, Inc.

IT Regulatory Compliance & Risk Management

Organizations today are waking up to the realities of managing a fast-moving business in a permanent regime of complex regulatory compliance. SOX, HIPPA, Basel II and a myriad of other regulations are driving companies to implement sophisticated compliance frameworks in record timescales and with unprecedented levels of budget and resource. Compliance functions are on a steep learning curve to design cost-efficient processes that can be easily repeated across a changing business and technology landscape. Organizations are asking the question.  How can we reduce the ongoing cost and complexity of compliance? The answer is: By taking a smarter approach that draws on established best practices and exploits the tools and knowledge base that already exists.. This paper sets out the principles and pointers to enable organizations to develop an efficient, long-lasting and adaptable compliance framework that will mitigate risks, reduce the costs of incidents, and meet the requirements of the most demanding auditors.

  The South Coast Plaza Hotel
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    666 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa  

If you have questions regarding this meeting, please call 310-550-1984 or email us at [email protected]

There is of course, absolutely no cost and no obligation whatsoever
placed upon our guests who attend - even valet parking will be paid.


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Business Forum Round Table Luncheons put all of our guests, the moderator and the experts from the host organization at the same table, in an open conversation that is allowed to develop after everyone has introduced themselves. These smaller forums are particularly suited to the introduction of new technologies, services and products in great detail and allow for an interactive, intimate and stimulating conversation. They are ideal for dealing with ideas or policy, as the moderator always ensures that everybody is given time to contribute to the conversation, should they wish to join in the debate.

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