Board, C-Suite, and Management Perspectives03 December, 2015 | (01 hr)
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As companies mature in their cyber security and cyber risk management practices, what are the key governance practices and behaviors of a successful program?
While much of the focus on cyber security has been on the technical perspective, this webcast aims to provide an overview of how companies can incorporate cyber risk into their existing risk/enterprise risk management (ERM) work and their existing governance structures. What are the emerging models for board engagement/involvement? What is the proper delineation between the board and management? Where have companies chosen to house oversight for cyber risk within their organizations?
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Andrea Bonime-Blanc, JD, PhD
Dr. Andrea Bonime-Blanc is the lead cyber-risk governance author and researcher for The Conference Board. She is the chief executive officer of GEC Risk Advisory LLC, the global governance, risk, ethics, compliance, reputation, and crisis advisory firm, serving executives, boards, investors, and ...Full Bio
Jacqueline E. Brevard is the program director for the Global Business Conduct Council of which she was an inaugural member. Ms. Brevard is currently also a Senior Advisor at GEC Risk Advisory LLC, the global governance, risk, integrity, ...Full Bio
As Microsoft’s General Manager of Enterprise Risk, Jeff Pratt is responsible for advising Senior Leadership and ultimately the Board of Directors of potential events which may affect the achievement of company strategies and goals. The Enterprise Risk Office works in partnership with many r...Full Bio
Bob Zukis is a Senior Fellow with The Conference Board ESG Center.
Named in 2013 to the Financial Times Digital 50 Board Candidates With Skills In New Technology, Bob is a leading advocate for digital diversity and improving corporate governance over IT and cybersecurity. &n...Full Bio