The Digital Transformation of Risk Assessments Into Enterprise-Wide Risk Dashboards — A Panel Discussion

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, September 13 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Title: The Digital Transformation of Risk Assessments Into Enterprise-Wide Risk Dashboards — A Panel Discussion

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In this session, we will demonstrate how risk and threat assessment data can be consumed in a digital platform and translated into actionable dashboards for the purpose of dynamic risk analysis. This risk analysis will cover scenario-based assessments for threats, hazards, and compliance as well as the application of the principles of inherent risk, effective controls and residual risk. A panel of corporate managers who are utilizing such a platform will provide use cases for how they were able to better decide on how to deploy resources for baseline assessments, direct compliance for mergers and acquisitions, utilize independent contractors for data collection and provide for third-party validation of compliance measures.          

  • Participants will learn how technology can enable them to convert their static risk and threat assessment data into actionable dashboards for risk analysis and empower better decision making with dynamic aggregated information versus static individual location by location data.        
  • Participants will hear from a panel of industry leading early adopters of technology to showcase how they have utilized this type of technology for their organizations to solve pain points and where they see these methods fitting into their future plans.              
  • Participants will gain an understanding of the key differences between static versus dynamic data, spreadsheets versus databases, and assessment versus analysis.

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