In this webinar, we are joined by experts from IBM, the company that brought the Watson cognitive computing system to the beloved tv quiz show Jeopardy to win against former champions who had never been beaten. We will examine how the capabilities of...
The Future is Now.
Today, our GRC technology can be a trusted advisor and an active participant at every line of defense. It seems futuristic but right now there are cognitive systems available that can predict future events, see trends and patterns we miss, and suggest actions.
The volume, velocity and variety of sources and types of business data today is more than we can handle with traditional methods. We need GRC solutions that are more than data repositories and analytic tools. We need the power of cognitive computing.
In this webinar, we will examine how the capabilities of cognitive technology can address our most challenging GRC needs. Real world examples of success will be discussed along a review of technology advances.
Learning objectives include:
Understanding how cognitive technology can rapidly sort through vast amounts of data to target what we need to analyze and use
Identifying ways that cognitive systems continuously learn and refine action based on what we do as a business and in GRC lines of defense
Examining specific use examples including root cause analysis, regulatory change management, operational risk assessment and vendor management — all areas where cognitive systems can not only analyze but also predict future risks and opportunities.
Speakers: Glenn Peters, Global Solution Architect, IBM
Pascal Spreen, Compliance/Trading Advisory, UniCredit Bank AG Germany
Colin McGuirk, Head of Infrastructure and Consolidation, Group Operational Risk, Bank of Ireland