Our channel features webinars with customer, analysts, and Digital Manager 360 experts. SAI Global Digital Manager 360r (formerly Modulo Risk Manager) is used for GRC programs including digital, security, and IT vendor, vulnerability, and compliance risk management -- and more. Digital Manager 360 has earned “5-Stars”from SC Magazine labs for four consecutive years including 2016, won the SC Magazine 2012 Innovator-of-the-Year award, and received the GRC 2013 Value Award from GRC 20/20.
The Equifax cybersecurity breach reminds us of how important the collection, handling, and protecting of consumer data is to many global organizations. We are also reminded of the importance of an organization’s consistent, reliable and transparent handling of such incredible sensitive matters. Unfortunately, Equifax’s information security practices were not as transcending. Join us to get a deeper understanding of the root cause of Equifax’s cyber attack on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 2:00pm EST.
Ashden Fein, key prosecutor in the Bradley Manning Wikileaks case and Susan Cassidy, legal advisor on contractor cybersecurity requirements will address the cybersecurity compliance obligations imposed on government contractors by the Department of Defense and legal implications for non-compliance.
This webinar will help you understand what DFARS 252.204-7012 is, why NIST 800-171 and not NIST 800-53, how to close the gap on Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) protection and how to identify the need for DFARS (NIST 800-171) compliance,
When Aflac’s global security team set out to revamp their technology governance, risk and compliance (GRC) processes, they embraced the opportunity to create an even stronger program through automation. Aflac needed greater visibility into technology GRC activities, as well as a single platform to improve document management and act as a central source of the truth accessible to all stakeholders. IT Risk Manager was selected and implemented to improve transparency and accountability. It helped the Aflac global security team save on time and resources for a more intelligent approach to risk management.
Business risks keep multiplying. If your risk management systems can’t keep up, your enterprise will bear the consequences.
Risk management has always been complex, but that complexity is growing at an unprecedented rate due to the sheer size and intricacy of global supply chains, as well as corrupt business practices and the increasing number of cyber threats. Extended or third-party business relationships expose an organization to a number of risks including security, legal and operational risks, and many businesses are completely unaware of the potential impact.
This session will focus on:
1)How to simplify your vendor risk management program to help lower your exposure to fiscal, operational and regulatory risk from your extended enterprise,
2) Providing practical examples of how to automate your IT Vendor Management using the IT Risk Manager platform,
3) Demonstrate how to perform vendor risk assessments more efficiently, assess more vendors against more controls and automate vendor due diligence and on-boarding to safeguard your organisation.
From Wannacry, the latest, to the dozens of other recent global breaches and attacks, your business is constantly under attack. How are you handling it? The best way to prepare for the inevitable is to have your "house" in order when it comes to cyber risk. To do this you need the ability to effectively reduce risk, which requires good processes and sound automation. You also need to systematically reduce cyber risk over time, and demonstrate these results. Only when you can count on all these things, will you be able to say, with confidence, you're ready to face the inevitable: incidents from "known unknowns" and cyber attacks.
Join John Ambra for this educational webinar in which he will discuss the latest problems in cybersecurity, share some facts about the breaches from infected machines and more, and discuss how best to prepare to manage these incidents by building a solid foundation of risk assessments and incident management.
-Better understand effective GRC automation
-Identify the right time to automate
-Believe in a future beyond spreadsheets and emails
-View assessment results in detailed and high-level dashboards and reports
Learn from Steve Bartolotta CISO Community health Network of Connecticut (CHNC) best practices, what works and what doesn’t with regard to IT Risk management. Through first-hand examples, learn how to get out of the confusion and into the clear regarding your IT risk management strategy.