Will Companies Start to Embrace the ‘Zoom’ Work Culture and How will this Impact their Risk Environment?

GRC Supper Club Episode 2: Thursday, May 28, 6 PM BST / 7 PM CEST / 1PM ET
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SAI Global is a proud sponsor of the second episode of the virtual GRC Supper Club. This global peer group network collectively drives GRC thought leadership, while also breaking down silos and building cross-industry relationships.

In this second episode of the COVID-19 trilogy, the group will discuss “Will companies start to embrace the ‘Zoom’ work culture and how will this impact their risk environment?”

This virtual GRC networking event will feature a panel of renowned subject matter experts (SME’s) to help guide the conversation including:

  • Stelios Valtzis  CISO, SaarGummi Group
  • Chris Philips  CEO of The International Protect and Prepare Security Office (IPPSO)
  • Sean Freidlin  Director of Ethics & Compliance Learning, SAI Global

Register now to join us for this interactive discussion and for the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals over virtual dinner and drinks.

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Agenda (BST)

  • 6:00 PM – Welcome and introduction by Lee Edge
  • 6:05 PM – TBC
  • 6:15 PM – Short Q&A / Poll results
  • 6:20 PM – Chris Philips
  • 6:30 PM – Short Q&A / Poll results
  • 6:35 PM – Sean Freidlin
  • 6:45 PM – Short Q&A / Poll results
  • 6:50 PM – Panel Discussion
  • 7:00 PM - Close

 

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GRC Supper Club Episode 3: Does the path to greater resilience require a combination of increased regulatory compliance & trusted technology?
11 Jun 6PM BST | 7PM CEST | 1PM ET
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GRC Supper Club Episode 1: Will COVID-19 lead to a reframing of Operational Resilience in the boardroom?
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