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Webinar: Next-Gen GRC: Building a Road to GRC Maturity

Moderator

Charlie Miller
Senior Vice President
Santa Fe Group/Shared Assessments

Panelists

Diana Kelley
Executive Security Advisor
IBM

Dave Newell
Consultant/Co-founder
Loptr, LLC.

Patrick Potter
GRC Strategist
RSA

 

ISACA Members Earn Free CPE

Date: Thursday, 14 June 2016
Time: 12PM (EDT) / 11AM (CDT) / 9AM (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)

Overview

The standards and expectations have never been higher for corporate governance, risk management, and controls that ensure institutions anticipate, evaluate, and mitigate risks and impacts to business operations. The need for efficient processes, automated controls, and Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) processes and solutions is evolving toward automating and connecting disparate risk disciplines to better identify, assess, manage, mitigate, monitor, and report on risks.

Join RSA and a renowned GRC panel of experts for a live discussion on moving to the next generation of GRC solutions.

You will learn:

  • Where to begin – for smaller corporations to global enterprises – makes a difference.
  • Baseline components of a GRC program.
  • Risk management practices, key challenges, and supporting technologies.

Charlie Miller recently re-joined the Santa Fe Group as Senior Vice President, where his key responsibilities include managing and expanding the Collaborative Onsite Assessments Program and facilitating regulatory, partner and association relationships. Charlie has vast industry experience, having led vendor risk management and financial services initiatives for several global companies.

As ESA, Diana Kelley manages the IBM Security Newsroom and leverages 25+ years of cyber risk and security experience to provide advice and guidance. She is a regular contributor to SecurityIntelligence, X-Force Research, and a co-author of IBM’s “Securing the C-Suite” study. She is a faculty member with IANS Research, serves on the Advisory Board for InfoSec World, Structure Security, and the Content Committee for the Executive Women's Forum. She is a confirmed guest lecturer for Boston College’s Master of Science in Cybersecurity program, and was named “Rock Star of Risk” in 2016 by IEEE.

A long-time consultant and entrepreneur, Dave Newell co-founded Loptr to simplify how organizations get their information security processes done. He believes that even client teams without security expertise can have a working information security program. To that end he crafted the Virtual Security Team and serves as evangelist, guru, and grunt for his clients. Dave is a former US Air Force officer who served in the Pentagon's 7th Communications Group, led the Computer Task Group’s information security consulting team, and previously co-founded Crave Technology in Denver, Colorado.

Patrick Potter has spent over 25 years leading internal audit, business resiliency, strategic planning, process improvement, and related activities at Fortune 500 companies in both practitioner and consulting roles. He has developed a broad perspective working with analysts, partners, and customers spanning such industries as financial services, higher education, manufacturing, high-tech, healthcare, media, and hospitality. In his current position as a GRC Strategist and subject matter expert for RSA, Patrick oversees the direction of the Archer Audit and Business Continuity Management solutions.

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