Organizations use GRC (governance, risk, and compliance) platforms to address concerns related to corporate governance, enterprise risk management (ERM), and comprehensive regulatory compliance. This particular technology plays a crucial role in helping organizations in the identification and mitigation of hazards that could disrupt their operations. GRC solutions help to reduce fragmentation, increase optimal spending, and improve decision-making in many areas. Apart from that, GRC technologies can help managers reduce complexity, discover operational inefficiencies, and automate paperwork, to name a few.
ControlCase happens, the world’s first and largest compliance as a service (CaaS) provider, has built a reputation for itself being a provider of IT-GRCM solutions that include all elements of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Management. This US-based firm has offices in North America, Europe, Asia/Pacific, and the Middle East. With an impressive portfolio of global clients, ControlCase has emerged to be a global leader in its industry.
The enforcement of GRC standards has changed from a secondary business role to a constant consideration across all departments in both large and small enterprises in the last decade. Paying close attention to changes in the GRC market and digital rules is one method to find ways to efficiently match IT processes with your organization’s goals.
From 2018 to 2025, the global GRC market has been estimated to develop at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.8 percent. Given the continued digitization of business, IT GRC will play a significant role in this expansion as well as the upcoming changes in government, risk, and compliance policies. ControlCase and its leadership are making sure that organizations stay ready for the next-age industrial disruption by helping them get access to top-notch GRC solutions.
ControlCase’s solutions are designed to address rules and standards, including, but not limited to PCI DSS, ISO27001/2, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX), GLBA, HIPAA, CoBIT, BITS SIG/AUP, J-Sox, TG3, etc.
The company’s main focus is on PCI Compliance Services. ControlCase has extensive PCI experience on both the acquiring and issuing sides of the card market. The firm also has exposure to all links in the credit card process chain, including VISA/MasterCard, Third-Party Processors (TPP), Member Banks, DSEs, ISOs, and IPSPs (Internet Payment Service Providers), as well as KPOs/BPOs.
In an interview, ControlCase CEO Mike Jenner said, “Given today’s security landscape, achieving compliance with more than one regulation provides both additional security and competitive advantage to a company. Managing multiple audits individually poses a number of challenges for a business; including repetition of efforts, managing multiple audit firms, increased costs, complexity, and time. I am excited to work with ControlCase in maximizing the value that OneAudit can provide to an organization’s security posture.”
Being a PCI DSS QSA and a qualified ASV vendor, ControlCase also offers PA DSS and P2PE certifications. Significantly, it has emerged as one of the most preferred GRC solutions providers to work with.
The company has established itself as a GRC tech pioneer. It provides consistent and repeatable managed compliance solutions for large, medium, and small businesses, as well as federal and state government agencies. The organization boasts to help its clients achieve compliance in less time and consistently year after year simply by deploying their industry-grade software solutions.
Professionals at ControlCase have years of actual audit, compliance, and risk management experience. The majority of its staff have previously worked for Big 4 audit firms and Fortune 500 corporations. Given this vast experience and immense pool of expertise.
The success of the organization can be gauged by the fact that its technique has been demonstrated in large national and international organizations on several occasions. When someone else tries to imitate you, it simply means you have become successful enough. That has been the case with ControlCase.