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March 2017

The Challenge of Third Party InfoSec Risk

March 2 @ 1:00 pm EST - 2:00 pm EST

The problem of ensuring information security has become ever more challenging as both volume of information and use of third parties who touch critical information has grown. Cyber attacks are said to have cost businesses more than $400 billion last year alone and it is estimated that two thirds of those attacks were perpetrated on and through third parties handling company or customer data. Managing the process of verifying, remediating where necessary and monitoring the effectiveness of third party controls…

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The Value of a Cognitive Compliance Capability

March 16 @ 1:00 pm EST - 2:00 pm EST

There are many challenges in maintaining an effective regulatory compliance capability. These begin with identifying the regulations and their related obligations that apply to your business but that is only the starting point. The next step is defining and establishing the appropriate management actions and controls to meet those obligations but this also is not the end. Keeping up with constant changes in regulations and obligations is essential, but so is understanding the impact of business operational changes, new technologies,…

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Understanding the Cost of Workforce Non-Compliance

March 23 @ 1:00 pm EST - 2:00 pm EST

Many organizations bemoan the cost of compliance today -- noting the manpower and other resources that go into tracking regulatory changes, managing policies and updating training. Some have sought to save money by re-purposing existing technologies such as learning management systems to monitor employee compliance training. Others live in a spreadsheet world. But what about the cost of non-compliance? How does that compare to what might be "saved" when an organization chooses to manage its workforce compliance in these ways…

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April 2017

Leveraging Technology to Demystify the 3 Lines of Defense

April 20 @ 1:00 pm EST - 2:00 pm EST

The three lines of defense model seems intuitive on paper. But, a successful implementation of the model requires common definitions and processes, clear delineation of roles and responsibilities and efficient collaboration and information sharing across all three lines - the business, compliance and risk management and internal audit. But how do you implement and drive business engagement in risk management processes without creating silos with layers of duplication, while maintaining the appropriate coverage of key risk areas, staying responsive to…

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