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Learn At Lunch: Bridging Business and Digital Risk Management

Event Code: LAL201807 CPE Hours: 1
Event Start Date: July 12, 2018 Event End Date: July 12, 2018
Time: 12.00 PM - 12.30 PM for Lunch. 12.30 PM - 1.30 PM for the Talk Registration Deadline: July 10, 2018
Venue : IIA Singapore Office - 6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 1, #41-04, Singapore 068809.
Lunch Provided: Yes Tea Break: No
Event Overview:

Synopsis

The proliferation of media scrutiny and rising consumer awareness of corporate failures featuring data and privacy breaches, compliance violations and business disruptions, have given executives and board members a greater and more pressing reason to get themselves more involved in governance, risk and compliance initiatives. However, risk management today is no longer just about avoiding major failures and business disruptions. A risk management strategy is not going to be a one-time effort, but instead requires a cultural shift in how the organisation conducts business. Cultivating a culture of risk management, in this day and age, is not a choice for your organisation anymore but rather is a critical factor towards the successful sustainability of the business in years to come.

This transformation does not happen overnight.

Transformation of the GRC concept from a compliance-focus to an objective and risk-focused orientation brings about a broader role of Business Risk Management. Business Risk Management represents the next evolution of the GRC paradigm—managing risk and making decisions (manage, accept, transfer, avoid risks) within the business. As organisations increasingly rely on digital processes to run their businesses, Digital Risk Management also comes into the picture, as the next step in enterprise risk and security.

Find out more about how to develop a strategy to bridge the gap between Business Risk Management and Digital Risk Management, towards a holistic and sustainable programme that can evolve and adapt with the organisation. The end goal would be to elevate both Business and Digital Risk Management as a business advantage—enabling your organisation to meet its strategic objectives with better and more predictable results.

About the Speaker
James Fong
RSA Archer Solution Lead – Asia Pacific and Japan
RSA, Dell Technologies

James leads the Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) Solution Specialists team across Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) region in driving the eGRC business through innovation and solution-based technical advisory.

As a Solution Leader, he provides leadership and coaching abilities for the team to attain set goals and targeted development to drive net new logos and incremental business across identified market segments and industries. This requires strong management capability across a wide geography and regional markets spanning different time zones, language, culture and GRC maturity. He also engages senior levels of organisations (Directors & C-suite levels) as well as front-line technologists to drive technology adoption and reference sites for RSA across the GRC space.

He brings with him a wealth of experience having been instrumental in implementing comprehensive governance, risk management & compliance frameworks for top corporations throughout the region for close to 20 years. He has worked with Boards of Directors in addressing corporate-wide issues relating to GRC and advised them on linking risk management and business objectives.

James is also experienced in devising and establishing future risk, compliance and continuity strategies; and in particular, conducting risk-based management and operational auditing for publicly listed companies. He has also been involved in the implementation of Business Continuity Management systems and is familiar with global standards and best practice in this area.

Prior to RSA, he was the SEA Risk & Compliance Solution Lead for Protiviti Singapore, Executive Director of Consulting Services for a regional leading risk management consulting and software firm for 11 years, a Management Consultant/Auditor with a Big 4 consulting firm, and was a Project Manager with a multi-national group driving business and process improvement initiatives.

He is a prominent and regular speaker at local and international thought leadership forums and conferences on risk management, governance, and internal controls.

 

Fees:

Fees: S$20 for members and S$40 for non-members (light lunch will be included)


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