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The COVID-19 pandemic has been a stark reminder to directors everywhere that a single root -cause event can trigger risk at an enterprise-wide level affecting workforces, customer service, technology needs, cyber risk and liquidity, to name a few. The pandemic has reaffirmed the importance of a robust risk management process to ensure boards and the organizations they oversee are able to react quickly and mitigate emerging risks.
This event is intended to highlight the benefits of a more formalized risk management program and how organizations of any size or complexity might begin the process of developing one. With a full year of the pandemic now behind us, our panelists will also discuss key risk management lessons learned. 
Questions covered in this session will include:
What is enterprise risk management (ERM) and what are the benefits of a more formalized approach to risk management?
What is the role of the board with respect to enterprise risk management?
What are the important first steps to implementing a risk management program?
How well have traditional risk management programs supported organizations through the pandemic and how might they change going forward in light of the lessons learned?


Lise de Moissac, CPA, CA, ICD.D Headshot
Robert Kuling, CIA, CRMA, CQA Headshot