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Day 1
26/11/2020 08:50

Welcome to Risk-!n 3rd edition

Stéphane Martin is launching the online conference.

Speakers:
Stéphane MARTIN R!

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Day 1
26/11/2020 09:00

ERM, 3 perspectives, one stage

Risk management is changing, as are the elements of risk management. One element is Enterprise Risk Management or ERM, where practical applications in organisations today range from a simple risk register and a heat-map of reporting key risks, over being a tool for deciding and monitoring the level of risk taking to being void and replaced by intelligent decision making. The three speakers have quite different views on ERM – and will discuss the pro’s and con’s of each their approach. The aim is to enlighten and challenge attendees perception and application of ERM.

Speakers:
Alexei SIDORENKO
Hans LÆSSØE
Didier ODORICO
Moderators:
Katja RIEGER

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Day 1
26/11/2020 09:55

Participative After-Action Review Covid19 Phase 1

This session focuses on a 'Pure Talk' discussion. Take this chance and join Gautier and Charline for a very interactive session to learn more about Covid19 After-Action Review.

Speakers:
Gautier POROT
Charline GELIN

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Day 1
26/11/2020 09:55

BREXIT – The opportunity for reform

BREXIT highlighted deep underlying social and political rifts present in many countries today. Rifts creates by fitting square processes into round systems. Change is getting fast, so whats the solution?

Speakers:
Adrian CLEMENTS
Cenni NAJY
Moderators:
Emily HOUGH

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Day 1
26/11/2020 09:55

Elevating authentic & effective workplace influence in a world full of "influencers”

Influencing culture and behaviors is a crucial challenge for many leaders, including risk professionals, of course! In this fun and interactive session, we will dive into the world of influence, spanning the themes of trust, consistency and consensus. We will also have an interactive discussion on how the shift to more remote/virtual teaming impacts influencing culture and effective adaptation steps.

Speakers:
Laurent GIEZENDANNER
Jeff GRANT

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Day 1
26/11/2020 11:15

Financial institutions in the news and the consequences of good and bad press

This session explores the relationships between the themes and tone (positive or negative sentiment) of news articles for financial institutions. We investigate how these areas may impact brand image.

Speakers:
Natalie GAPP
Moderators:
Axel SITT

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Day 1
26/11/2020 11:15

Neuro Management, a disruptive and innovative approach to the challenges raised by artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is generating cascading upheavals that challenge all social leaders in the new economy. The technical risks involved in deploying AI solutions are now identified and the market offers a large number of possible solutions. However, we can notice emerging new challenges, social and ethical, generated by a necessary cohabitation between AI solutions and their users. In addition to the apocalyptic scenarios announcing the end of Humanity, transhumanists stigmatize an inescapable reason to increase mankind’s skills with the capacity of machines. But recent discoveries in neuroscience point to another solution, involving the deployment of a collective brain within each company. Will the ultimate challenge therefore be managerial? In the visionary capacity of a leader who would know how to provoke an ethical symbiosis between the electronic speed of AI and the extraordinary plasticity of our biological brain? It is this exciting adventure and its exploratory solutions that certainly reveal the major challenge of neuro management.”

Speakers:
Jean-Jacques MARTIN
Moderators:
Emily HOUGH

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Day 1
26/11/2020 11:15

Strategic Vendor Risk Management for Privacy Pros​

Managing third-party vendor risk is a continuous effort under global privacy laws and security regulations like GDPR, CCPA and ISO 27001. While outsourcing operations to vendors can alleviate business challenges, managing their associated risks can oftentimes be a time consuming and disjointed process. To streamline this, organizations must collaborate across the business and automate vendor-related processes to secure sufficient vendor guarantees that support their risk appetite. This session will breakdown the latest techniques for creating a strategic vendor risk management program.​

Key takeaways:
Understand how shared risk exchanges make vendor risk management more efficient ​
Outline what vendor risk activities to outsource and what to do in house
Breakdown how to pick the right risk assessments and methodologies for your organizations ​
Learn how privacy professionals can cross collaborate with their broader infosec and procurement teams​

Speakers:
Scott BRIDGEN

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Day 1
26/11/2020 13:15

Risk mapping in the post-Covid era

How to meet the challenges posed by the Covid-19 crisis to Enterprise Risk Management processes? Both risk landscape and working methods are undergoing profound and rapid changes - risk mapping, a key component of ERM is to integrate these changes.

The session will provide practical answers to the following questions:

  • What are the lessons learned from the Covid-19 crisis? What are its implications on risk mapping approaches (integrating extreme risks, anticipating emerging risks, resilience, etc.)?
  • How to seize the opportunity to widen the scope of risk mapping to address a more complex, rapidly changing environment?
  • How can activities be streamlined (agility, optimisation, digitalisation, etc.)?

Speakers:
Etienne ANDRÉ
Benoit BOUGNOUX

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Day 1
26/11/2020 13:15

The Transition Guide to Integrated Risk Management

Where traditional risk management methods in our more volatile and complex world fall short, integrated risk management is a promising approach to achieve decision-focused and objectives-driven risk management. Understand the benefits and challenges of integrated risk management based on real-life examples and get a step-by-step guide to transition from a traditional risk approach to integrated risks across the organization. Take the survey from which Pascal will take results and share during the session: https://docs.google.com/

Speakers:
Pascal BUSCH

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Day 1
26/11/2020 13:15

Privacy: Who cares?

 

Where do we stand two years after the European GDPR has come into effect? What has the GDPR done for data protection? In an interactive "dispute discussion" we will shed light on selected aspects of the topic. One of them is the use of data protection to strengthen our own economic areas. What can or must companies do to successfully implement data protection? Participants are invited to share their experience and opinions and ask questions.

Speakers:
Bettina SCHNEIDER
Moderators:
Andreas von GREBMER

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Day 1
26/11/2020 14:10

Creative Explorations – Facilitating Risk Workshops Using LEGO Serious Play

Ever wondered how to organize vivid risk workshops with true dialogue, a “hands-on” mindset and a deep understanding of risk? Then Lego may be your choice! In this workshop, we will share our insights in a ‘live’ setting.

Speakers:
Prof. Dr. Petra Maria ASPRION
Frank GRIMBERG

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Day 1
26/11/2020 14:10

Quantifying risk and input into decision making

The purpose of risk analysis is to provide guidance on what decisions to take in the face of uncertainty and risk. The decisions might be about how to control individual risks, improve the chance of success of the corporate strategy, bring a project in on time and budget, or chose the right investment. In all these areas, quantitative risk analysis provides far greater clarity than other, more qualitative methods, but many risk managers advise that it is too difficult to use or can only be applied to financial exposures. They are mistaken. My talk explains the basic techniques involved in quantitative risk analysis used in business, all of which are within reach of anyone with high school mathematics, and I demonstrate how the much richer information provided by quantitative risk analysis leads to better decision-making.

Speakers:
David VOSE
Moderators:
Patrick CLAUDE

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Day 1
26/11/2020 14:10

Complexity or Complacency – where do you stand?

 

“Over budget, over time, under benefits, over and over again." Bent Flyvbjerg Why do we keep getting it wrong?
A common reason given is that teams – from client to supplier – simply couldn’t appreciate the complexity of what was being undertaken.
As projects get ever bigger, demanded quicker and with more complex engineering is this a reasonable excuse when, in parallel with the increase in project complexity, there is a comparable growth in the sophistication of tools to analyse and allow for these complexities? There are physical, societal and psychological barriers to their use and we may have to replace some currently accepted practices but the Risk Management community is perfectly placed to acknowledge the need, provide the rationale and then implement the new tool set. COVID has demonstrated that the unexpected can have catastrophic consequences. Risk Managers can build on this: what should we really be thinking about for tomorrow’s “unexpected” diversions? Will we be able to hold our hands up again and say we weren’t prepared?
Mike will use recent examples to provoke thinking and discuss “new” approaches to overcome false expectations and the latest tools to understand and manage complexity.

Speakers:
Mike BARTLETT
Moderators:
Marc Schaedeli

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Day 1
26/11/2020 15:30

How to achieve Cyber Resilience: Integrating Cyber Security into Business Continuity Management

We are continually bombarded by the reality that our data, our networks, our devices and our identity are under constant scrutiny and threat of theft. The Cyber attacks have become so commonplace that we have built up an immunity to its danger. Ransomware has become the dominant threat to all sizes of institutions, especially municipalities and healthcare institutions. The persistence and innovation of the cyber terrorists has captured the focus of organizations around the globe. And while the efforts to block these attacks is appropriately focused on prevention, nonetheless attacks succeed. Just as business continuity has evolved into a multi-prong, integrated prevention and response to threats, so must cyber-resilience become the means by which we attack the entire cyber risk landscape.
This session will identify these threats, presenting actual cases and their consequences. It will also present the latest attempts to structure a prevention/response that is analogous to the evolution of business continuity management as the umbrella for reducing incidents and consequences of disruptions. The session will demonstrate the uniqueness of cyber attacks and also the process to integrate responses with existing processes.

Speakers:
Karol CORDERO
Moderators:
Heike KLAUS

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Day 1
26/11/2020 15:30

Evolving the ERM program towards integrated risk management

Novartis introduced in 2019 an integrated ERM approach. The process is based on risk discussions conducted by the leadership teams of business units at the global level in alignment with their own strategic planning processes

Speakers:
Juan-Jorge GILI

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Day 1
26/11/2020 15:30

What about your physical Security ?

Physical Security has seen a convergence with other risk domains and more particularly with Cyber Security. The introduction of IT systems to perform physical security tasks such as access control system, video surveillance or intrusion detection has clearly helped to improve the systems. However, this also might have generated a bias leading to solely consider Cyber Security and forgetting basic but key physical security aspects.

Do you address your physical security risks at the same level of mitigation than other risks? Via interactive questions, the ASIS International Chapter Switzerland will go through some key aspects of a sound physical security program, promoting an integrated approach

Speakers:
Barbara CASPAR
Frederic MAURON

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Day 1
26/11/2020 16:25

CEO reflecting on today's and future crisis

What is a role of a leader during this time? Risk-!n is glad to host Arnaud Vaissié, Chairman, CEO & Co-Founder of International SOS, in a discussion about leadership during this unprecedented time and what risk and resilience means to him in a pandemic world. Hear from a global CEO on how his company has fared and what we can do to encourage greater resiliency for stakeholders and society at large.

Speakers:
Arnaud VAISSIÉ
Moderators:
Katja RIEGER

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Day 2
27/11/2020 08:30

Positive Risk Management

How to change the narrative, and the perspective of risk management from a loss avoidance approach to the objectives of performance enhancements and learning from success. In this uplifting presentation, Dr. Chapelle will help achieve it by:

1 - Recognising opportunities and costs of inefficiencies,
2 - Learning from successes and positive outlines,
3 - Reaching objectives and improving performance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UuX3KDZgiU

Speakers:
Ariane CHAPELLE
Moderators:
Bruno Meyer

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Day 2
27/11/2020 09:25

Practical Implementation of a GRC case

GRC is the art of bringing together governance, risk management and compliance disciplines, to achieve increased efficiency and increased effectiveness in an ethical and compliance manner. This is not another acronym for IT solution vendors!
This session illustrates a specific GRC process in action, reviewing the fundamental elements of success and hints on the future of GRC.

Speakers:
Didier ODORICO

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Day 2
27/11/2020 09:25

Exploiting Human Nature – Insights on human-centric attacks and ways to defend against them

These days, criminals cannot rely on software vulnerabilities alone to gain access to a victim’s system, which is why they take advantage of exploiting the human vulnerabilities.

“I can’t be tricked easily” is what people believe to a large extent; however, reports and statistics show otherwise.

This session gives insights into the different attack techniques criminals use to exploit the human nature, demonstrates an attack and provides best practices on building a security culture.

Speakers:
Thomas FELDER

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Day 2
27/11/2020 09:25

Wéiji & the necessity of a collective ecosystem resilience

Wéiji is a Chinese word that translates into crisis. However, the Chinese philosophy being what it is, it is composed of 2 characters “wéi” = danger and “ji” = opportunity. In these times of uncertainty and threats, Covid-19 being probably one of many calamities we will have to face, we really need to reinvent how we want to build our world after and be really prepared for the challenging times ahead.

Speakers:
Henri HAENNI

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Day 2
27/11/2020 10:40

How to assess risk in 2020 without matrices or formulas

A work in progress; a modern and scalable research-based risk assessment framework based on ISO31000, incorporating tools and methods from finance to engineering and safety to cybersecurity.

Speakers:
Julian TALBOT

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Day 2
27/11/2020 10:40

Enabling change: Leading Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) into the new world of work

The world of OHS is being disrupted, with change influencing everything that we do. We look at how the Megatrends in society are reshaping and challenging OHS and how leading businesses can address these to bring competitive advantage. This presentation highlights issues such as: new theories, demographic change, data and digital technology, fitness and chronic ill health. It is a prompt for us to reflect on the possible, revisit our assumptions, and ask the ‘so what?’ question.

Speakers:
Alison Hinde

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Day 2
27/11/2020 10:40

Business Resilience as a Service

Whilst Business Continuity has added enormous value as an industry to organisations across the globe for decades, it must continue to adapt at pace to meet the future Resilience Challenge. For me Business Resilience is not just a risk, incident/crisis management or Recovery function that is used “By Exception”. Business Resilience is a “Service” that must form a part of the everyday operation of the organisation alongside other risk functions such as Cyber Security & Corporate Security, therefore offering one compelling Resilience Channel for colleagues/employees that is there to assist them and enable them do business whilst also supporting them when things go wrong.

How do we do this?
- Never before have we had access to so much data & so many digital solutions, therefore, we must all look to embrace these tools to “bring our programmes to life” and demonstrate the value proposition that Business Resilience offers.
- Providing leadership teams with regular quantitative & qualitative analysis that demonstrates the return on investment that our Resilience programmes are offering to our organisations on a daily basis. This alongside digital Resilience Programmes that say goodbye to old fashioned paper based policy/procedure heavy programmes that are rarely engaged with and replacing them with digital tools that they already use in their day to day life

 

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Speakers:
John T. FROST
Moderators:
Henri HAENNI

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Day 2
27/11/2020 11:35

The Risk Manager’s Identity Challenge

As we enter deep into another era of industrial revolution, more is expected from today’s risk managers. How do they achieve a definite identity as risk managers and develop the different facets of their role? A Call for an Individual System Upgrade

Speakers:
Franck BARON

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Day 2
27/11/2020 11:35

The human factor in crisis management

For Plato (428– 348 BC) « It is not the walls that make the city but the men ». Technology is overwhleming in all aspect of our life and profession including in crisis management. But despite the importance of digital tools, teamwork and leadership are essential in crisis management. In one word, human factor is still the paramount component of crisis management. How can human factor affect crisis management ? And how can it be optimized?

Speakers:
Franck CHAUTY
Yves PEIGNE
Moderators:
Philippe HORRAS

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Day 2
27/11/2020 11:35

Empower risk culture by a collaborative approach - The case of Genève Aéroport

 

Genève Aéroport built its first runway in 1920. 100 years later how does it manage its risks?
In this session we will have a discussion on how to empower risk culture by a robust and collaborative process in a changing environment

Speakers:
Aurélie AMSELEM
Moderators:
Antoine CLEMENDOT

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Day 2
27/11/2020 12:40

Improvisation Through Preparedness

It’s amazing how improvisation can look as if it was entirely in the moment, but analysis shows that such flexibility and resilience is usually backed up by careful forethought and planning.

Speakers:
Trish THURLEY
Moderators:
Katja RIEGER

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Day 2
27/11/2020 13:30

Closing Remarks