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9/27/2012
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Slide Show: 10 Free Governance Risk And Compliance Tools

While expensive risk management products can certainly help a GRC program, any organization can get started measuring risk and making more disciplined decisions using these tools and templates
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It's impossible to gauge the risk of an IT environment without knowing first what that environment consists of. The Open Source GLPI is an IT and asset management suite that's designed to help you build a database with an asset inventory that can be leveraged for more accurate risk assessments.

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