A Risk Worth Taking: Managing the Modernization, Malice and Mandates of Digital Risk

A Risk Worth Taking: Managing the Modernization, Malice and Mandates of Digital Risk

March 18, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sands 302
Language:
English

More than a buzzword, digital transformation is critical to the success of modern businesses. And while digital transformation means different things to different organizations, the reality is everyone is facing some level of modernization that affects their risk profile as sensitive information (company and personal) is increasingly spread across a countless number of applications, connected devices and cloud environments. The integration of cybersecurity practices into digital transformation should not be about eliminating risk, but about understanding, prioritizing and managing it. This session will address the blind spots created when companies are challenged by the synthesis of governance and risk management and why those companies are struggling to operationalize the integration between IT, risk management functions and cyber/IT security operations. Attendees will walk away with three keys to managing digital risk to embrace the benefits of our digitally connected world.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn three ways to manage the ongoing digital risk as transformed business operations are fully absorbed into the organization and a new model becomes the norm when doing business.
2. Understand how to enable innovation and agility within organizations without losing sight of the threats associated with utilizing disruptive technologies.
3. Learn to build trust across the company and with customers who are often sharing sensitive data to ensure resiliency of all stakeholders.

Categories

  1. Track
    Risk Management/Public Safety

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