Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst and Fellow at the Enterprise Strategy Group
According to ESG research, 39% of cybersecurity professionals believe that cyber risk management is significantly more difficult than it was two years ago. In addition, 63% agree that many executives lack adequate knowledge and experience with cyber risk management. What steps can you take to help bridge these alarming gaps?
Register now to hear best practices for third-party risk management and vulnerability management, along with steps you can take for protecting reputation. Don’t miss hearing these important insights on:
-The current state of cyber risk management
-Future cyber risk management investments and focus areas
-Strategies for risk management improvement
Holly Johnson & Brian Ballman at American Financial Group, Geeta Jhamb at ServiceNow
The global pandemic put organizations’ business continuity plans to the test. When identifying gaps, inadequate vendor risk management and insufficient resilience planning often top the list. Rectify these issues.
Join us to learn how to address risk and resilience at every stage in the vendor lifecycle. You’ll get an inside view of how Great American Insurance Group developed an integrated third-party risk management process, as we share:
- The essential elements of a formal program
- Steps for aligning vendor risk management to business priorities
- How to address risk and resilience at every stage in the vendor lifecycle
Matthew Fisher, Security & Risk Architect at ServiceNow, Jorge Garcia, Product Manager at ServiceNow
Cyber Risk Management in the Federal government is a daunting task that requires managing thousands upon thousands of controls and assets, automation between multiple IT and Business lines, and multiple technologies. Legacy approaches create huge amounts of friction, with heavy integration lifts and manual effort inside and outside the system. For efficient and cost-effective RMF automation, a true platform approach is needed - one that brings the Risk and Compliance, IT Service Management, IT Operations Management, Asset Management, Security, and more together in a seamless experience.
Megan Fusco, Sr Advisory Solution Architect, Risk Practice and Alison Musci, Risk Solutions Sales Executive at ServiceNow
Once you’ve conquered the challenge of managing your digital risks you may want to embark on the journey of addressing your operational risks. Operational risks are the uncertainties and hazards a company faces in its day-to-day business activities. It can result from breakdowns in internal procedures, people and systems.
Taking the approach we’ve outlined of crawl, walk, run please watch to learn how you can:
- Implement a program that engages your front line to identify the small control failures that if left unchecked—can lead to greater risk materialization and firm-wide failures.
- See ServiceNow GRC Advanced Risk and user-friendly capabilities in action
Bob Osborn, CTO, Global Government Sector at ServiceNow
Cybersecurity risk is front and center in the minds of IT professionals and Executives. As businesses struggle to adapt to a remote workforce and rapid digital transformation, forcing greater cloud adoption, cybersecurity concerns are heightened. The big question is, how do you effectively manage cybersecurity risk in uncertain times, hybrid cloud environments, and complex or highly regulated organizations? Frameworks like NIST and ISO provide a baseline, but you’ll need an integrated platform and a new paradigm.
Join us to learn:
- Best practices for planning and implementing cybersecurity measures
- How to connect IT, security, vendors, and the business to continuously monitor risk and compliance - How to improve risk-based decision making, even in the cloud
Aaron Callaway, Director, BCM at ServiceNow and Keith Pearson, Head of Financial Services EMEA at ServiceNow
During uncertain times, you want to ensure you’re building resilience for your critical business operations. Preparing now can help your organization mitigate risk and recover faster from disruptive events.
Join us as we discuss the lessons learned from COVID-19 and how your organization can help improve its business continuity, crisis response, and return-to-work strategies. Using real-world examples, we’ll explore how you can:
-Assess and prioritize your most critical business processes.
-Review your dependencies, likely risks, and potential impacts.
-Build your business continuity and disaster recovery programs, so you’re empowered for a faster, more efficient recovery.
Andrew Wheatley, VP of Audit, Risk, and Compliance; Mark Cockerill, VP of Legal; and Ben de Bont, CISO at ServiceNow
Privacy and security risks drive many board and audit conversations. However, the ability to effectively communicate these risks is one of the greatest challenges executives face.
Join Andrew Wheatley our ServiceNow VP of Audit, Risk, and Compliance, Mark Cockerill our VP of Legal, and Ben Du Bont our CISO to discuss:
- How a modern approach is essential to enabling the individual experts to effectively communicate risks to the board
- Best practices to prepare for these important meetings
- How using a common language, processes, controls, and issues management across the company can make the message simple and consistent
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on almost every aspect of our life: how we work, how we travel, how we shop and how we interact with our friends and families. Even more jarring is that this change happened in a matter of weeks or months, and we still face a great deal of uncertainty.
During this time the CISO is witnessing their career evolving before their very eyes, with two words dominating their new career paths: resiliency and agility. Although there has already been a seismic shift in the way many businesses operate the tectonic plates have not finished moving. Quite how or even when the ground will settle for the long-term is not entirely clear. What is clear, however, is that the CISO needs to both keep the business safe and be prepared and flexible enough to support the new reality.
Today’s CISO needs to be empowered to deal with their historical technical and process debt, the reality of the situation today, and the business of the future. Register for this webinar and join us to discuss the top 3 areas today’s CISO needs to be focusing on.
Scott Ferguson, Director, Outbound Product Management and Barbara Kay, Senior Director, Product Marketing at ServiceNow
Resilience demands that we make a conscious commitment to anticipate, prevent, respond, and adapt to adverse events. Join us for an extended play demonstration that walks you through operational processes and innovations to build technology, supplier, workforce, supplier, and process resilience. In this session we will cover the operational resiliency lifecycle to help you define where your organization is today and what to focus on next.
Our experts will walk you through real world scenarios with best practices in key industries (Financial Services, Government (FED/SLED), Healthcare and Telecom) to illustrate:
- How to ‘anticipate’ risk using IRM and BCM to aggregate business and asset context
- ‘Prevent’ by establishing indicators, updating response plans, and proactively testing event scenarios
- Monitoring to ‘respond and recover’ to support quick response of your action plans
- Arming your team to ‘adapt’ by collecting and analyzing data to identify root cause and necessary controls and process adjustments
As we inch toward the end of 2020, one overwhelming takeaway is the need to plan and execute risk management at a different pace - in real time. Business continuity, customer retention, workforce productivity -- these pillars of business success depend on effective operational risk management across the entire organization.
Join this keynote to learn how to achieve true resilience by overcoming risk silos and embedding risk and compliance processes into daily work.
Greg Liebergen and Beth Loewen of Edgile and Cliff Harris of ServiceNow
Integrating data, tools, and processes can help improve communication throughout your organization—reducing friction and mistakes. Join our webinar to learn about innovative solutions designed specifically for regulated industries—helping improve decision-making while achieving your cost-saving goals.
You’ll get valuable insights into how your risk management teams can collaborate better as Edgile, experts in cyber risk and regulatory compliance, joins us to cover:
-How you can improve productivity while suppressing audit fatigue
-A healthcare provider use case with actionable risk management insights
-Tangible ways to mature your existing risk management programs
Geeta Jhamb of ServiceNow and Greg Liebergen of Edgile
Managing digital risk—making it happen with your vendors
Now that you’ve identified your goals, strategy, and roadmap you can move on to leveraging your chosen platform for its risk management processes. These processes should be simple, clear, and well-coordinated across the organization. This is especially true to get the value out of the integrated analytics and reporting across risk functions.
Join us to explore the key processes involved in managing digital risk:
-Common aspects of a risk and compliance program
-Methods for measuring risk
-Designing for resiliency
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither is a world-class risk management program. It is going to take time to get your program where you want it, and it will also require getting the right building blocks in place. Join us as we discuss how to build a great risk management program:
-Exploring the types of digital risk
-Important foundational elements
-Creating a plan for the future
Michael Siegrist, Product Line Manager for GRC/Integrated Risk, ServiceNow
Digital Transformation brings organizations unmatched opportunities and capabilities for growth. It also creates a rapidly changing business environment which introduces new risks — making it imperative for organizations to manage them.
However, to successfully manage the risk in digital transformation you need a modern approach to governance, risk and compliance.
Join this session to learn the essential first steps for success and what aspects of GRC are the most important to move your organization forward in a safe and profitable way.
Improve performance, compliance, and continuity across your enterprise
ServiceNow helps power your resilient business with risk-informed decisions integrated across the enterprise so people and organizations work better. ServiceNow enables business continuity by bringing security, risk, and IT together, on one platform—the Now Platform®—suddenly, you’re able to see and prioritize security incidents, vulnerabilities, and enterprise risks more quickly than ever—and with new certainty. You’re able to monitor and reduce your risk exposure with real-time visibility. And you respond faster using workflows, automation, and orchestration.