Risk Management Roundtable meeting

Risk Management Roundtable meeting

Spreadsheet Risk: “Fight the spreadsheet struggle”

Spreadsheets are putting organisations at risk. Use of End User Computing (EUC*) applications such as spreadsheets made it possible to simplify complex tasks and help create value in most organisations, due to their flexibility and ease of use. However, this has brought a significant challenge to organisations on how to govern and control integrity and accuracy of business information in a complex and dynamic environment. Moreover, new regulations (such as GDPR) and increased pressure from regulators and auditors require companies to ensure that they have adequate controls over EUC applications.

ClusterSeven, a leading provider of strategic software for EUC management, will join the discussion. 


Registration & Welcome Coffee
Start main program / introduction
“How to effectively reduce your EUC risk” by Protiviti
Case study: How Rabobank has approached and tackled these issues with ClusterSeven
Group discussion hosted by Protiviti and ClusterSeven on:
  • What is the real impact of EUC errors on financial risk
  • How EUC management relates to operational risk
  • What are the benefits to a firm in managing EUC Risk
  • The importance of knowing where your data lies in light of the GDPR regulation
  • Practical tools and approach how EUC risk can be managed in your organisations
Networking Drink



The presentations will be held in English. Limited availability and attendance to this event is by registration only. Sign up for this roundtable by contacting Peggy van Berkel-de Graaf, via: [email protected] | 020-346 0400. You can also address specific questions to her, if any.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to this event at Protiviti in Amsterdam. More details will be sent to you after registration confirmation.



* often referred as UDA in some other organisations

10 Oct 2017
03:30 PM to 07:00 PM CEST
Protiviti Amsterdam Office, Gustav Mahlerlaan 32, 1082 MC Amsterdam,
Event Role
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 3:30pm to 7:00pm