#RISK London 2023 took place on the 18 & 19 October and attracted over 4,000 senior decision makers from end user organisations.

Risk London 2023

#RISK provided the platform for data protection and privacy professionals to engage in high-level thought leadership presentations and meaningful discussions addressing the ever-evolving international privacy landscape.

“#RISK London … phenomenal. I got so much engagement and interaction from attendees.”

Michael Rasmussen, analyst & pundit.

The global GRC software market has witnessed continuous growth in the past few years to help organizations accelerate digital transformation, eliminate silos, improve decision-making, culture and accountability.

#RISK London is the place that senior leaders from end-user organisations go for information, advice and to evaluate software solutions for their active projects.

The hot topics from this year’s Expo were, ESG, A.I. third-party GRC risk management, regulatory change and policy management, privacy, security, risk and resilience management.

Alongside sector specific subject matter experts there were keynote presentations from Dan Evans (investigative Journalist & phone hacking whistle blower), Cecile Fjelljøy (Tinder Swindler survivor), Glenn Wilkinson (Ethical Hacker).

Alastair Campbell spoke about mental health and geo-politics and former professional rugby players, Steve Thompson and Alix Popham discussed the risks from head injuries in sport.

Companies across all industry sectors are navigating a diverse sea of ever-changing regulatory requirements and #RISK London addressed the challenges, trends and opportunities that governance risk and compliance professionals face.

Planning for #RISK London 2024 is already underway, if you’d like to get involved reach out today!

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Thank you to our event sponsors

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Exhibitors successfully generated high-quality leads, fuelling their sales funnels

“Great conversations and insightful talks!”

Vice President, Capgemini