Free webinar: Optimise IT governance with a sustainable risk and compliance approach: aligning IT with corporate initiatives, strategy and regulatory requirements. 9th of July, 3pm BST/10 am ET.
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Managing the complexities of IT risk and compliance is a huge challenge for organisations everywhere. The inability to reduce risk exposure, lower risk management program costs, manage compliance across multiple regulatory frameworks, and better allocate resources across the enterprise can severely impact an organisation's reputation, productivity, and its ability to achieve strategic goals.
This panel discussion, hosted by Risk, WatersTechnology and sponsored by IBM, will look at the evolution of IT risk and examine how organisations are beginning to adopt integrated GRC solutions to tackle these challenges and optimise performance.
This panel will look at the results of the recent Risk and IBM ITG survey, and discuss how integrated GRC solutions are enabling organisations to:
Gain better IT visibility across multiple disparate silos of IT governance - to provide decision makers with a single view of risk
Map IT risks to business processes - to provide the underlying foundation for IT governance and enable a centralised, top-down approach (from business process to IT asset) to governance that spans the organisation.
Reduce IT related risks - by providing a holistic view of risks throughout the enterprise that can be utilised to manage and control risks more effectively
Improve IT efficiency through regulatory framework harmonisation - by mapping controls to multiple best practice frameworks.
Moderator: Alexander Campbell, Editor, Operational Risk & Regulation
Alex Abramov, Markets, Information Risk, The Bank of New York Mellon
Renee Murphy, Senior Analyst, Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester
Christophe DeLaure, Senior Product Manager, IBM
We hope you can join us for what promises to be an interesting and useful webinar