Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at Webinar; Registration Required
Starts at 8:00 PM · Ends at 9:00 PM, EST (America/New_York)
Implementing an effective governance, risk, and compliance program can be a costly and time-consuming effort: Hardware, software, and the active engagement of a lot of people in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd lines of defense. Before implementing a program and periodically throughout the life of the program, the question always arise: What’s the return on investment (ROI)?
Join us as we discuss where you can expect to see a positive return and the underlying drivers of positive ROI with your GRC program. We will also present a template that you can use to assess your GRC program’s ROI
Whether you have a small GRC program or a large one, or are just thinking about starting one up, you will find this presentation very helpful in answering the question: what’s the return on investment?
Marshall Toburen is a GRC Strategist with RSA Archer specializing in Enterprise, Operational, and Third Party Risk Management. He has 30 years experience in financial services including roles as Enterprise Risk Manager, Operational Risk manager, Information Security Officer, Chief Audit Executive., and Assistant Controller. His credentials include: M.A. in Economics, Univ of Missouri; B.A.s in Economics & Political Science, Baker Univ; & holds CIA, CISA, & CBA certifications (non-practicing).
Patrick has spent over 25 years leading internal audit, business resiliency, strategic planning, process improvement and related activities at Fortune 500 companies in both practitioner and consulting roles. He is currently a GRC Strategist and subject matter expert for RSA Archer Audit Management and Business Resiliency solutions.
Patrick has been a speaker for the Institute of Internal Auditors, Disaster Recovery Journal, RSA Archer Summit, Financial Executives Networking Group, Association of Continuity Planners, Audit World and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association.
Webinar; Registration Required