Includes Webinar Recording.
Notice: See below for CPE Policy
As a response to the dynamic regulatory and business environment, many organizations find themselves setting up siloed risk management programs. While this approach can be very effective in the early stages of an organization, there are diminishing returns to additional programs, and organizations will begin to struggle with reconciling program outputs when making investment and resource allocation decisions. During this presentation, we will explore how leading organizations are making strides to integrate their risk management programs to accelerate business decision making.
We will discuss the following during our presentation:
• What leading organizations are doing to maximize the value of their risk programs
• Foundational components of an integrated risk management program
• Making the transition to align risk management programs
• Incorporating risk quantification (dollars) to drive aligned investment comparisons
• Effective use of tools and technologies to integrate risk programs
Partner, Risk Transformation, EY
Michael is a Partner in Ernst & Young’s Risk Transformation practice specializing in risk management and the supporting tools and technologies to accelerate the stand-up and operation of risk management programs. Michael has spent 17 years helping clients navigate their dynamic business and regulatory journeys through transformative risk and compliance programs.
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM: Webinar Session
Time Details: 1 CPE Credit for the webinar
|Rates||ISACA, IIA, ISSA,
Payment: Credit Card
Those who reserve but do not come may be assessed a charge up to $25 if they do not cancel by noon the day before the event.
*Virtual education events (e.g. Webinars) CPEs
Qualifications for one CPE require attendees to be online for at least 50 minutes and answer at least 3 posted polling questions.
Polling participations are recorded and reviewed for CPE qualifications.
CPE certificates are emailed to attendees within a week of the completion of the live webinar.
If recorded webinars are viewed, CPEs should be self-reported. The chapter only provides formal CPEs for attendance of live virtual events.
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