2018 Enterprise Risk Management Symposium
The Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Symposium provides thought leadership, best practices and networking opportunities to professionals working in the many aspects of enterprise risk management. The symposium supports the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society's development of professionalism within the actuarial discipline.
Cybersecurity Risk Update: The Regulatory Bellwether
Friday, April 20th, 01:45 p.m - 03:00 p.m
Co-presented by Nick Lasenko, Protiviti
Cybersecurity continues to represent one of the most significant risks facing companies across sectors, with news of the most recent cybersecurity catastrophe hitting the headlines on a seemingly daily basis. As a result, 2017 saw a sea change in how regulators are approaching cybersecurity risk, moving to define requirements and expectations for how regulated entities prospectively manage cybersecurity risk, not just how they respond to cybersecurity incidents. These new regulatory approaches can serve as a bellwether to help identify key sources of cybersecurity risk and how companies are managing them. During this session, panelists will take a legal and technological lens to the New York Department of Financial Services' influential cybersecurity regulation to identify and frame key cybersecurity risk issues and provide updates from the field on how companies are tackling these challenging issues. Issues addressed during this session will include incident response, access management, patch management, vendor management, and board engagement.
Building a Strong Risk Culture
Friday, April 20th, 09:30 a.m - 10:45 a.m
Presented by Adam Hamm, Protiviti
Poor organizational culture has been identified as the root cause of recent scandals in the health, financial and food sectors. Increased regulation has turned the spotlight towards the impact of culture on the performance and behavior of organizations. Board members expect management to understand current state of risk culture in the organization and influence employees to behave in ways that are consistent with management and board expectations. The presentation will focus on Enterprise Risk Management's role in initiating discussions in the organization relative to understanding, assessing and building a strong risk culture. This session will also discuss steps risk management can take towards assessing current state of risk culture in the organization and taking action steps towards building an effective risk culture in the organization.
Data Considerations to Effectively Support Advanced Analytics
Reliable data is critical to being able to effectively analyze your current risks and your organization's competitive position but how do you ensure the quality of data and that it's being utilized effectively to support advanced analytics? Presenters will discuss practical considerations including quantity of data for identified needs, effective strategy for the use of your data, and ensuring data is organized effectively yet securely within your organization.
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