We are delighted to confirm that global business leader, Cindy Moehring will speak at GRC Connect Atlanta, this month.

Taking place May 22 and 23 at Loudermilk Conference Center, Atlanta, GRC Connect Atlanta provides a platform for organizations to address the cumulative nature of risk.

GRC Connect Atlanta’s comprehensive agenda is led by subject matter experts, business chiefs and industry leaders, giving attendees a deep-dive into challenges and solutions on the rapidly evolving GRC landscape.

A director of multiple companies, Cindy Moehring is a recognized global leader, independent board member, and former C-suite executive.

Cindy will be attending GRC Connect Atlanta to debate the issues that business leaders should be focusing on as organisations push to comply with evolving regulation on AI. 

You can learn more about Cindy Moehring and her discussion topic, below:

Could you briefly outline your career so far?

I am an attorney. Worked in private practice an in house, most notably for 20 years at Walmart where I became SVP, Chief Ethics Officer and US Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.

What are the key themes that should dominate Boardroom discussion regarding mitigating risk associated with AI in 2024?

Key themes are:

  • Approach emerging technology as a strategic imperative, not just an operational issue.
  • Develop collective, continuous technology-specific learning and development goals.
  • (Re)align board structure and composition to reflect the growing significance of technology as a driver of both growth and risk.
  • Demand frequent and forward-looking reporting on technology related initiatives.
  • Periodically assess the organization’s leadership, talent, and culture readiness for technological change.

Are there major changes (e.g. cultural, structural, technological etc.) that the C-suite should be trying to effect to ensure AI projects are pursued ethically, responsibly, and compliantly?

Yes. Culturally, start by adopting and communicating responsible AI principles to guide the organization that are aligned with the company’s core mission and values.

Structurally, companies should think about having a Chief Technology Officer (CTO), or if they have one, ensuring the person has the right skill set for the future. Also, a Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, and establishing an executive led, cross-functional team to oversee development, deployment and monitoring of AI. 

Technologically – develop in a sandbox and test rigorously before deployment and have a plan with assigned accountability for when the tech would need to be pulled, who would tune it and monitor it, and at what frequency.

Don’t miss Cindy Moehring exploring these issues to depth in the GRC Connect Atlanta session: AI Regulation: What Businesses Need to Know in 2024.

This discussion convenes experts at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and regulatory compliance to provide insights into the evolving landscape of AI governance.

Against the backdrop of rapid technological advancements and increasing public scrutiny, the panel will delve into crucial topics such as emerging regulatory frameworks, ethical considerations, data privacy concerns and the impact of AI on various industries.

Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory landscape surrounding AI in 2024, enabling businesses to navigate compliance challenges effectively while harnessing the transformative potential of AI responsibly and ethically.

Also on the panel

  • Awais Bajwa, Founder, CEO & Chief Technology Officer, Ophthalytics Inc
  • Serjesh Sharma, ADAS Machine learning Operations (MLOps), Ford Motor Company


AI Regulation: What Businesses Need to Know in 2024

15:00 – 15:45pm CST

Date: Wednesday 22 May, 2024

The session sits within a packed agenda of insight and guidance at GRC Connect Atlanta going live through May 22 and 23.

Discover more at GRC Connect Atlanta

GRC, Data Protection, Security and Privacy professionals face ongoing challenges to help mitigate risk, comply with regulations, and help achieve their business objectives - they must…

  • Continually adopt new technologies to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Build a culture of compliance and risk awareness throughout the organisation.
  • Communicate effectively with stakeholders and keep them informed of GRC activities.

GRC Connect Atlanta takes you to the edge of the debate, uniting the most influential GRC, Data Protection, Privacy and Security professionals, to present, debate, learn and exchange ideas.

This dynamic and content-rich experience takes place at Loudermilk Conference Center, Atlanta over May 22 and 23.

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