OXIAL and PwC team up for event looking at managing risk in the digital age

There is more risk to businesses in 2017 than there have ever been. From cyber-attack to human threats, and political uncertainty to data breaches, there is plenty to ensure that risk managers rarely get a decent night’s sleep.

This growth in risk has also been played out against a backdrop of digitalisation, which is bringing new risks into play as well as changing the way organisations operate, and introducing new roles within them.

Effective control of risks in times of increasing digitalisation

Such a changing environment requires a more innovative approach to how risk is managed and mitigated, which is why we are delighted to be teaming up with global professional services firm PwC, for a breakfast event that will explore such issues and more. It will look at how organisations must re-assess and adapt their risk management and compliance procedures and tools.

The event – Effective control of risks in times of increasing digitalisation – will take place on 27 October 2017 at PwC’s Zurich offers. It features an impressive array of speakers, including OXIAL’s own CEO, Eric Berdeaux, Markus Perdrizat of PwC who is presenting on ‘Artificial Intelligence Risks and Controls’ and guest speaker Dr. Doron Zimmermann who will be talking on ‘The Antagonists: Of Insider Threats and Counter Intelligence’.

For anyone interested in the IDC report (Doc #US42255016, July 2017) it can be found here, or if anyone is interested in learning more about OXIAL and our GRC modules, please get in touch with us here.

We work with companies in a variety of different sectors to help mitigate risk and ensure compliance, and to be included in such a prestigious report as this IDC one is a sure sign we are dbuilding momentum. The market for GRC is moving towards a supervised-compliance model and we are one of the vendors leading this change of approach.

For anyone interested in the IDC report (Doc #US42255016, July 2017) it can be found here, or if anyone is interested in learning more about OXIAL and our GRC modules, please get in touch with us here.