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Advance your career by becoming a Certified ISO 19600 Compliance Professional
Get certified as an expert in using ISO 19600 compliance management to effectively manage regulatory and contract compliance risk throughout the organization.

Certified ISO 19600 Compliance Professional

Overview

19600 Compliance

 

Get trained and certified in establishing, managing, operating, and auditing an ISO 19600 Compliance Management System 

CPP 250Every day, organizations face the ever-increasing need to manage and fulfil regulatory and industry requirements to allow them to conduct business. "Compliance" is no longer simply a legal concern isolated to a legal compliance unit. After all, how the organization operates determines its ability to comply with external stakeholder requirements. This means that compliance requirements permeate all business activities - from procurement, to human resource management, to information management, to manufacturing processes, to environmental management - and on and on. Since complying with one requirement can impact compliance with another requirement, compliance with all of the various requirements in total gets quite complicated. Compliance must be very carefully designed, managed, and monitored - throughout the organization

Managing compliance is inexorably linked to  managing risk.

Whether fulfilling legal filing and reporting requirements, protecting health and safety, or maintaining quality in manufacturing, we are inevitably managing risk - the uncertainty of successful achieving our objectives. Governmental regulation, industry standards of best practice, and even normal service contracts all exist primarily to ensure the organization manages risk appropriately within externally mandated tolerances. Today, organizations need a mature and well-structured approach to integrating compliance and risk management throughout the enterprise. Not coincidentally, this results in good governance.

What is the ISO 19600 standard?

Developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization in 2014, ISO 19600 provides guidance for establishing, developing, implementing, evaluating, maintaining and improving an effective and responsive risk-based compliance management system within an organization. The guidelines on compliance management systems are applicable to all types of organizations. The extent of the application of these guidelines depends on the size, structure, nature and complexity of the organization. ISO 19600:2014 is based on the principles of good governance, proportionality, transparency and sustainability.

Compliance management goes beyond the mere satisfaction of legal requirements. Compliance is also related to meeting the needs and expectations of a wide range of stakeholders. Therefore, making sound choices and setting priorities appropriately is an important part of effective compliance management. ISO 19600 takes a risk-based approach to compliance management. As a result, it aligns with ISO 31000 Risk Management – Principles and guidelines, which according to ISO, “provides principles, framework and a process for managing risk.” In conjunction with ISO Standard 31000 (Enterprise Risk Management), ISO 19600 is used to establish a formal enterprise wide management system for Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) that will effectively and measurably  improve organizational performance. Since such a program is designed and operated to well-recognized international standards of best practices for GRC, the organization also achieves greater confidence and respect among stakeholders including investors, lenders, regulators, suppliers, customers, and trading partners just to name a few.

ISO 19600 integrates risk assessments, the risk management process, and compliance management. By following ISO risk management practices, organizations embed compliance within the risk-based process. This is an important characteristic of effective compliance management, because it breaks down silos and allows the organization to focus on root-cause risks. This streamlines the compliance process, making it easier to meet the obligations of not only government entities, but the host organization’s own internal code of ethics and its social responsibility objectives.

How do we get started?

Running an organization requires leadership and teamwork across the entire organization - not just a piece of it. Likewise, establishing, managing, and integrating effective GRC throughout the enterprise requires the same leadership and team members to be trained to support effective GRC together.

Certified Information Security provides the training and credentialing you and your management team need to become recognized as authorities in planning, deploying, managing, and auditing risk and compliance management according to well-recognized and respected international ISO standards that fulfills the expectations and requirements of its regulators, customers, suppliers, and investors. 

Upon completion of this training and certificate program, you will:

  • be equipped with knowledge and skills required to develop, manage, monitor, and improve an ISO compliance management system in line with the ISO 19600 standard of best practices;
  • expand your compliance management competency;
  • increase your credibility through gaining international recognition; and
  • improve your résumé and increasing your earning potential.