Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos
About this talk
Financial organizations face a deluge of external shocks—events that traditional stress testing can’t detect or prepared them for, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and massive supply-chain software attacks like the SolarWinds breach. Companies are also subject to regulatory changes connected to ongoing trade conflict with China.
How can organizations overcome these challenges?
Join us to hear Dean Yoost, Board Member, Pacific Life and MUFG, and Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO Interos, discuss how emerging risks are impacting board and management structures and affecting polices, priorities, and predictions. They’ll also offer insights and perspectives into:
· Aligning board members and management on risks
· Balancing risk priorities and setting board-level focus areas for ESG
· The importance of continuous risk monitoring in digital supply chains
· How to adapt, standardize, and educate workforce attitudes toward emerging risks
Learn how Interos protects the world’s largest enterprises, their reputation, and operations from supply chain attacks by nation states and criminal organizations; disruption from pandemics, tech, and trade wars; and compromise from unethical labor, financial distress, and sustainability challenges.…