An Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program and processes should include all areas of enterprise risks and impacts that the entity may be exposed to. The risks weave back and forth affecting each other creating larger risks when viewed in a vacuum without looking at the 360 degree risk environment that can affect the organization.
The traditional risk evaluation and control and impact analysis were limited to threats that mainly focused on known physical and security areas. However, traditional methods alone cannot provide enterprise cost-effective controls based on enterprise risk, required security levels - both physical and information - and the associated cost controls.
Today's enterprise risk evaluation and control and impact analysis include identifying enterprise threats, which can truly lead not only to a disruption but also to the destruction of an enterprise. ERM includes Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Emergency Management, Crisis, Security both Information and Physical as well as other key areas.
This session with risk management expert Dr. Michael C. Redmond, will give you an overview for ERM in Program Management and Project Management. You will receive valuable information that you can implement. This is a must in the new world that is facing new risks every year.
After attending this session, you will be ready to respond when your organization's Cyber Program is attacked. You will be a step ahead since many organizations only learn to respond after they have been attacked. Be Aware. Be Prepared.
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Who should attend?
Dr. Michael C. Redmond PhD, MBCI, FBCI, CEM, PMP, MBA, Major ( Retired US Army)
CEO and Lead Consultant for Redmond Worldwide www.redmondworldwide.com, Dr. Redmond is an International Speaker, Author, Trainer and Consultant. Dr. Michael C. Redmond helps organizations create great Mitigation and Response Programs. Her vast background includes consulting as a Sr. Manager for both Deloitte and KPMG f... More info