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Launching the #RISK
Event Series

 29 September 2022

 

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What will be covered at #RISK DIGITAL

Six content themes with insightful sessions, case studies, high level thought leadership presentations and panel discussions.

→ Financial Risk
→ Data Protection & Privacy
→ ESG
→ GRC
→ Cyber Security
→ Privacy For Marketing

#RISK DIGITAL Agenda: STREAM 1 - (GRC, ESG & Financial Risk)

Thursday 29th September 2022 | Timings shown in British Summer Time (BST)

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GMT Thursday 29th September 2022
09:55

Opening Remarks
09:55 AM - 10:00 AM

10:00

Risk Resilience and Enterprise Agility: Two Sides of the Same Coin (GRC Hub)
10:00 AM - 10:25

To succeed in uncertain and unstable times, organisations need to be able to foresee and avoid disruption and also recover from setbacks once they occur.

This session will consider two closely-connected concepts. risk resilience and enterprise agility, and explore how your company can integrate them into its risk-management strategy.

Panellists

10:15
10:25
10:30

Ultimate Beneficial Ownership – how to identify and verify cross-border UBOs
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM

Beneficial ownership verification is now cemented as an essential component of client onboarding and anti-financial crime procedures. However, breaking down the complex company structures designed to conceal Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO) – particularly when dealing with cross-border and multiple languages - represents a significant challenge for businesses.

This session will look specifically at how cross-border and opaque organisation structures can be best identified using technology, to enable resource to be deployed to the most complex investigations.

Panellists

10:45
10:55
11:00

Third-Party Risk Management: Best Practices for Vetting and Monitoring Vendors (GRC Hub)
11:00 - 11:25 AM

Failing to properly assess vendors leads to unacceptable risk exposure. But even once a vendor has been successfully vetted, it must be continuously monitored throughout its relationship with your organisation.

This session will look at how leading organsations are meeting the challenge of onboarding and continuously monitoring vendors.

Panellists

11:15
11:25
11:30

Building a Risk-Conscious Culture Among Your Team (GRC Hub)
11:30 - 11:55 AM

Mistakes happen. And, less often, intentional violations among employees happen, too. So much of risk-reduction is about building a risk-consicous culture among your team.

This session will consider best practices for bringing your whole organisation onto the same page when it comes to managing risk.

Panellists

  • James Robson, Data Protection Officer, What Works for Children's Social Care

Panellists

11:45
11:55
12:00

Measuring DEI: The Data behind Workplace Diversity (ESG Hub)
12:00 - 12:25

Measuring and reporting diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) metrics is increasingly crucial for practically every organisation. But the process can be complex and involves highly sensitive data.

This session will explore how to make your DEI programme meaningful and effective, exploring what to measure, how to measure it, and how to use the data to improve your business and the wellbeing of all stakeholders.

Panellists

Panellists

12:15
12:25
12:30

Energy transformation: Preparing for the journey
12:30 - 12:55

Panellists

12:45
12:55
13:00

The Role of Privacy and Security in ESG (ESG Hub)
13:00 - 13:25

It's increasingly clear that people care about the ethical use of their data. This means organisations are starting to see privacy and security as integral to environmental, social and governance issues.

This session will consider the implications of privacy and security for sustainability, equality and other dimensions of ESG.

Panellists

13:15
13:25
13:30

What is a B Corp, and Why Do B Corps Matter? (ESG Hub)
13:30 - 13:55

B Corp Certification is an increasingly important way to demonstrate your organisation's commitment to environmental, social and ethical goals.

This session will explore the fundamentals of the B Corp certification process to help you consider whether becoming a B Corp is right for your organisation.

Panellists

13:45
13:55
14:00

FinCrime Update: The Complex Web of Financial Crime in Late 2022 (Financial Risk Hub)
14:00 - 14:25

This session will bring together financial crime experts to provide an overview of the FinCrime landscape in late 2022. Panelists will discuss sanctions, money-laundering risks, and the latest regulatory developments in this fast-developing field.

Panellists

  • Jane Jee, Lead for Financial Crime Project at the Payments Association
  • Nicholas Ryder, Professor of Law, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University
  • Jenny Li, Co-Founder of AsiaVerify
14:15
14:25
14:30

AML Regulation: A Look Forward to 2023 and Beyond (Financial Risk Hub)
14:30 - 14:55

With the EU's anti-money laundering reforms soon coming into effect and the UK forging its own regulatory path, significant changes are ahead for FinCrime professionals.

This session will discuss changes to the regulatory landscape in 2023 and beyond and consider what financial institutions can do to prepare.

Panellists

14:55
14:55
15:00
15:15
15:25
15:30
15:45
16:00

Closing Statement
16:00 - 16:05

16:05

#RISK DIGITAL Agenda: STREAM 2 - (Data Protection, Cyber Security & Privacy for Marketing)

Thursday 29th September 2022 | Timings shown in British Summer Time (BST)

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GMT Thursday 29th September 2022
09:55

Opening Remarks
09:55 AM - 10:00 AM

10:00

Beating Social Engineering: Successfully Securing the "Human Layer"
10:00 AM - 10:25

The "human layer" is a key vulnerability in every organisation's cyber security defences. Whether accidently or intentionally, a huge proportion of sucessful cyber attacks start begin with the actions of an insider.

This session will explore the best practices for securing the human layer and mitigating the risk of human error.

Host

Panellists

10:15
10:25
10:30

Cyber Threat Landscape: Reviewing 2022 and Looking Ahead to 2023
10:30 AM - 10:55 AM

Despite the huge advancements being made in cyber security, attackers have continued to conduct novel and highly damaging cyberattacks throughout 2022.

This session will review the cyber threat landscape in 2022, and look ahead to see what cyber security professionals should prepare for in 2023.

Panellists

10:45
10:55
11:00

5 Ways to Save Time When Assessing Third Parties for Privacy and Security Risks
11:00 - 11:25 AM

Privacy and security professionals have a never-ending list of compliance obligations that require adherence, and that includes how their data is used by third parties. The manual effort involved to assess those third parties and their privacy and security risks is resource intensive and can slow down a company’s ability to work with third parties. Automating the assessment of those third parties can help privacy and security teams increase bandwidth while gaining even more insight into the state of your third-party risk program.

Understanding the third parties that you work with, and how you work with them, is critical to any privacy and security program. However, as more and more business initiatives are outsourced to the cloud, it can be difficult to understand where sensitive data is going and how it’s managed.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss how privacy and security teams can save time throughout the third-party risk assessment lifecycle, including when:

• Intaking and onboarding new third parties

• Calculating inherent risk and tiering third parties

• Conducting initial due diligence

• Performing risk assessments, identifying risk owners, and conducting mitigating actions

Panellists

11:15
11:25
11:30

Insider Threats: Safeguarding Your Organisation from the Inside Out
11:30 - 11:55 AM

Much of the work of security professionals focuses on securing an organisation’s perimeter and keeping malicious actors out.

But whether through maliciousness or negligence, insider threats are a common cause of data breaches and security risk.

This session will take an in-depth look at how leading organisations manage the risk from insider threats—and how you can build an effective and systematic insider threat programme.

Panellists

11:45
11:55
12:00

The Data Protection and Privacy Risk Landscape
12:00 - 12:25

Change happens fast in data protection. With new threats to privacy and new regulatory risks arising every year, it's time to take stock and take an overview of the risk landscape.

This panel will look at the current state of play in data protection and privacy risk and consider what you can do to prepare for the future.

Host

Panellists

  • Ibrahim Hasan, Lawyer and Director, Act Now Training Limited
  • David Holmes, Senior Data Protection Consultan, Data Protection People
  • Glen Hymers, Head of Data Privacy and Compliance, UK Cabinet Office
12:15
12:25
12:30

Building Your Career in Data Protection: How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
12:30 - 12:55

Data protection is a booming industry. Whether you're just starting out or looking to progress in your career, the opportunities are abundant.

But in this fast-moving, far-reaching field, even the most experienced privacy pros can get overwhelmed sometimes. And particularly for those who are new to data protection, it's easy to get intimidated by jargon and complexity.

This session will offer practical advice on how to overcome "imposter syndrome" and thrive in data protection, with tips on gaining certification, advancing your career and becoming a respected figure in this exciting sector.

Panellists

12:45
12:55
13:00

Sponsor Session - Accelerating Privacy Programs with Data Discovery
13:00 - 13:25

Data inventory is at the heart of all privacy and data protection; most companies rely on surveys and recollection as opposed to actual knowledge. Is your record of processing wishful thinking – do you really have an inventory based on evidence? A combination approach is necessary; to overcome years of poor information governance/documentation and ad hoc changes, discovery and scanning is essential to finding out what is really going on in the organisation. Technology alone, however, is not sufficient, as it cannot explain business purposes or benefits. A strategic approach to data discovery not only surfaces those unknowns, but allows multiple organisational departments to leverage the knowledge gained from an effective data discovery within privacy.

This session will discuss how effective data discovery will accelerate privacy in your organisation and put data at the centre of your data privacy program.

Panellists

13:15
13:25
13:30

Managing a Privacy Program Across Multiple Jurisdictions
13,30 - 13:55

The majority of major economies now have comprehensive data protection laws that apply with extraterritorial effect. Most of the remainder will have one soon. And within individual countries, organisations often face a complex mix of sectoral privacy laws. This makes managing a privacy program challenging.

This session will explore best practice for managing an effective and effective privacy program across multiple jurisdictions.

Host

Panellists

  • Ben Crew, Senior Director, Head of Information Governance & Data Privacy MEINA
  • Enrique Angulo, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, GDPR SME, Yorkshire Building Society
  • Rob McDonald, SVP of Platform, Virtru
13:45
13:55
14:00

Marketing Compliance: Transform Digital Experiences in the Age of Privacy
14:00 - 14:25

Privacy laws are gradually being introduced and enforced all over the world. Not only that, but the privacy ecosystem and digital world are changing rapidly... and merging closer together.

The combination of customer demands, privacy laws, and technology changes is challenging teams to rethink leading-edge strategies. Instead of separating data, privacy, and marketing strategies, business leaders must treat these pillars as an interconnected ecosystem, synchronized from the ground up to reverse the fragmentation that exists in organizations today. Join this session to gain best practices to follow regulatory guidelines paired with enhanced CX strategies to build brand trust.

After this session, you’ll be able to:

- Explain the trends and developments in the privacy landscape

- Understand the power of providing transparent experiences that build trust

- Deliver a streamlined privacy-first CX across browsers and devices

Panellists

14:15
14:25
14:30

Towards a Cookie-Free Future (Privacy For Marketing Hub)
14:30 - 14:55

Third-party cookies are not dead yet, but Google has signed their death warrant. How will advertisers and publishers adapt to the cookie-free future? We'll speak to the people seeking first-mover advantage in a new, more privacy-respecting advertising ecosystem.

Panellists

  • James Rosewell, CEO & Co-Founder, 51Degrees.mobi Limited
  • Manisha Aurora, CIPP-US| CIPP~E, Sr. Legal Advisor | Privacy | Security | Technology Transactions, Verizon
14:55
14:55
15:00
15:15
15:25
15:30
15:45
16:00

Closing Statement
16:00 - 16:05

16:05