Metabyte has diverse experience in information risk and compliance management which is second to none. We are one of the pioneers in the region in bringing an approach of independent monitoring of the governance framework running across the entire business. This gives effective internal control programme involving stakeholders and been responsive to changing client and industry requirements.

With the ever changing regulatory environment and evolving governance landscapes, the business environment is highly unpredictable and competitive. Rather than addressing silos of risks Metabyte believes organizations need to take a holistic view of risk strategy and mitigation plans. To do this, leaders should consider embedding a thoughtful awareness of risk and compliance into the very fabric of the organization. People, processes and technology should all work together to help the enterprise stay in control of the risks.

Metabyte framework helps in identifying ownership and responsibility for business as well as its underlying processes and technology risks.

Metabyte framework helps in identifying ownership and responsibility for business as well as its underlying processes and technology risks. This will ensure business risks are identified, understood and assessed with adequate and effective controls, all throughout reporting to key stakeholders. Consolidating various organizational risks and analysing for risk patterns with appropriate GRC solutions is another growing area Metabyte focusses on.

While we focus on all operational risks, one of Metabyte’s forte is information security processes and controls with regular audits and risk treatment plans. Our internal audit procedures emphasise routine monitoring with independent re-assurance on key controls for all stakeholders highlighting significant issues and residual risks

As part of risk mitigation plan Metabyte extend this line of activity to business continuity. We work closely with sclient to develop a business continuity strategy that fully recognises business sensitivities and single-point-of-failure analysis, backup for critical utilities and a redundant IT infrastructure.