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Are you responsible for Enterprise Risk Management Compliance: How to conduct a Compliance Gap Analysis for ERM, how to get started and what to expect?

Instructor: Michael C Redmond
Product ID: 703351
  • Duration: 60 Min
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This webinar will explain how to conduct a compliance gap analysis for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). Attendees will learn best practices to ensure ERM compliance.

Why Should You Attend:

Areas of Enterprise Risk Management include: business continuity, disaster recovery, cyber security, information security, emergency management and crisis management. If you are responsible for one of the enterprise risk areas and are not ensuring that the company is compliant, you may be held liable by your corporation. Scope, stakeholders, process, documentation techniques, and reporting are five of the key areas that must be determined before even starting.

Many companies today are “short staffed” and may skip vital steps that are required due to limited time and resources. By conducting a compliance gap analysis properly one can better prioritize time and ensure that the required processes are being adhered to.

This webinar will explain how to conduct a compliance gap analysis for Enterprise Risk Management: both from benchmarking and adherence to regulations, best practices, guidelines and standards, and in determining which regulations, best practices, guidelines and standards to utilize.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Determining Scope
  • Documentation Techniques
  • Identifying Stakeholders
  • Including Compliance for Enterprise Risk into Operations
  • Including Compliance for Enterprise Risk into Project Management
  • Preparing Reports
  • Reporting
  • What is New
  • What is the Process

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in:

  • Management
  • Project Management
  • Business Continuity
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Cyber Security
  • Information Security
  • Emergency Management
  • Crisis Management
  • Internal Audit
  • Information Technology

Instructor Profile:

Michael C. Redmond, is CEO and Lead Consultant for Redmond Worldwide, and is an International Consultant, Speaker, Author, and Teacher. Michael has been consulting independently since 2004. She is a PhD, Board Certified Psychoneurologist (Crisis Psychology).

Ms. Michael C. Redmond, MBCP, FBCI, CEM, MBA, PhD is the Program Director for Eastern Great Lakes Association of Contingency Planning Chapter. Her past experience includes 13 years as a Sr. Manager with Deloitte, KPMG and Chubb in the areas of: Compliance, Crisis Management, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Management, Internal Audit/ Gap Analysis. She was a Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Manager with Bank of New York.

Michael is in 2013 Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals and is in the Academic and Professional National Honor Society for Continuity Planners, “Order of the Sword & Shield”. She spent 4 years on Active Duty with the Army and 18 1/2 years National Guard and Reserve before retiring as a Major. She is a Graduate of Command & General Staff College (Fort Leavenworth), attended Civil Affairs Courses – US Army JFK School of Special Warfare and is Hazmat Trained, DOD Certified. She has been an Adjunct Professor for New York University and John Jay Graduate School among others, where she taught Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Emergency Management.

Topic Background:

The Enterprise Risk Manager is responsible for business continuity, disaster recovery, cyber security, information security, emergency management and crisis management. Managers of each of these areas are also responsible for compliance within their own areas. Not only must the areas be compliant, but they must be able to function properly in a disaster.

Business continuity is responsible for recovery of the business. Disaster recovery is responsible for recovery of the technology including the data center, networks, telecom, cyber attacks etc. Information security is responsible for protection of cyber security as well as all of the vital records that are in hardcopy. Emergency management is responsible for protection of the people and helping the people (employees) in a disaster related to manmade and natural disasters. Crisis management is responsible for crisis situations such as a gunman on the loose, strikes etc.

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