Provides an overview of the risk considerations related to an organization's ability to plan for and recover from events that could have negative effects on its ability to continue offering products and services. Also includes a perspective on the current regulatory expectations.
What You'll Learn
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
Identify the scope of an Incident Management and Resilience program
Explain the current regulatory environment
Describe roles and responsibilities across the organization
How to assess and prioritize risks
How to develop and test a continuity plan
Risk and internal audit professionals; third-party service providers and state/federal examiners; first-line risk and operations managers with responsibilities for operational risk management, including implementing, managing, monitoring, reporting, auditing and/or supporting an effective operational risk management program, policies and procedures.
Paul Smocer President, Smocer Consulting Services, LLC
Paul Smocer has over 40 years of experience in information technology risk management, internal audit, and regulatory compliance within the financial services industry. He has held roles as a chief information security officer, SVP of technology risk management, SVP of IT audit and chief auditor, among others. Paul served on the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security. His most recent role was as the President of BITS, the technology policy division of the Financial Services Roundtable. He was named as one of the "Top 5 Influential IT Security Thinkers" by SC Magazine, a magazine for IT security professionals.