5/14/2020 12:00 PM Eastern
5/14/2020 1:00 PM Eastern
All of us – regardless of the role we play in the organization where we work – have responsibility for complying with laws and regulations, and for maintaining the value of the organization’s brand. We work to create loyal customers for the organization. We also play a role, either obvious or not, in managing risk.
Risk management done well facilitates decision-making across the organization. Leveraging the organization’s risk appetite and risk tolerance and using data to make sound ethical decisions increases the chance of personal and organizational success.
Personal data often plays a fundamental role in decisions made across the organization. Maintaining privacy-related obligations is critically important to protect the rights of individual data subjects while moving business functions forward. Organizations often have a siloed approach to compliance, and functional siloes can create many inefficiencies and challenges.
During this webinar, we will examine the principles that support functionally integrated risk management. We will discuss ways to harmonize privacy and data protection requirements with the integrated risk management program to enable strong risk management, protection of data subjects, and ethical and valuable use of data to arm leaders to make smart decisions.
By attending this session, you should be able to:
Join us to hear how leading organizations are getting the most out of their risk management efforts through an integrated framework, which can unlock insights and enable organizations to transparently protect their customers and make smart decisions.
For more information, please contact Reese Henderson.
Advance preparation: None
Program level: Overview
Field of study: Specialized knowledge
Recommended for 1.0 hours of CPE credit
Additional CPE information
There is no fee to attend this event; therefore, there is no cancellation fee.
Data privacy experts, compliance officers, IT leaders, internal audit leaders, legal counsel, risk officers, data management staff, and risk management leaders