Brian leads the Compliance Practice at Onapsis where he is responsible for helping customers understand and navigate the challenges and opportunities created by the increasing overlap of compliance, cybersecurity and business continuity related to IT General Controls and regulatory & compliance matters such as Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Prior to Onapsis, he was the CAE for high-tech semiconductor company Acacia Communications. In addition to founding and leading all activities of the internal audit function, he helped prepare the organization to go public (including implementing SOX) and facilitated its implementation of enterprise risk management (ERM). Previously, Tremblay was the director of internal audit at Iron Mountain, overseeing all audits and projects within North America as well as liaising with global quality managers. Prior, as a senior manager at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, he built out an internal audit department and executed a SOX implementation. Earlier in his career, he worked at Raytheon and Deloitte.
09/17/2020 | By
It’s been a while since I wrote my last blog post, and it’s hard to believe I’ve been at Onapsis for seven months already. Since then, I have consumed a lot of information, and talked to dozens of customers and peers in audit and compliance. There’s a lot to share with you, so let’s get started with some key learnings that are important for anyone in an audit and compliance role.
06/05/2020 | By
Our Audit Efficiency Assessment shows how automating your audit process of continually testing IT controls in SAP and Oracle ERP systems will save you time, resources and costs, while keeping you in compliance with regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, GDPR and others.
Sometimes in life, you have a moment that reframes how you look at your career path. That happened to me at a recent lunch with Sergio Abraham, Innovation Lead at Onapsis. We discussed a wide range of topics surrounding cybersecurity and compliance, and I was left with a resounding thought: “I need to learn more about Onapsis.”