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Speakers 2022

| FHNW

Head of Competence Center «Cyber Security & Resilience» & «Blockchain»

Bio

petra.asprion@fhnw.ch


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FHNW School of Business


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Detect & Measure the invisible

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

We demonstrate the newly developed “GEIGER”-tool – making your cyber risk situation visible!.


| République et Canton de Genève

Chief Risk Officer

Bio

Currently Chief Risk Officer at the République et Canton de Genève, Fabrizio has a >20 years experience in risk, safety and business continuity management. He has held various positions in these domains during his previous working experiences at CERN, Skyguide and IATA.

Fabrizio has a master degree in nuclear engineering and an Executive MBA. He is lecturer at the DAS ERM at HEG Geneva, and has been delivering training for IIA as well as for public, private and international organizations since years.

fabrizio.balda@etat.ge.ch


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Business continuity planning in the public sector – the Geneva example

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has violently recalled to all organizations worldwide the importance of business continuity plans. Despite the heavy impact of the crisis on our lives and economies, the pandemic has raised awareness in this area, thus allowing professionals to give a boost to the development of continuity measures to protect their companies' core business. How does a Swiss public administration implement business continuity management? Is it realistic to embark in this journey, considering the large variety of services it delivers to the population? This session presents the approach of Etat de Genève and provides insight on challenges and opportunities as well as practical examples.


| Parima

Chairman

Bio

"Since September 2011 Franck Baron is Group Deputy Director at International SOS (the world's leading medical and travel security Services Company) in charge of Risk Management & Insurance. He’s based in Singapore. Previously he was in charge of Risk Consulting activites within AXA Corporate Solutions. He was Vice-President - Global Insurance & Risk Management for Firmenich (World Leader in Fragrance and Flavor Industry) in Geneva (Switzerland) since November 2003 and in Princeton (USA) since 2008. He was Deputy Director of the Risk Management Division of Groupe DANONE when he was specifically in charge of the Enterprise-Wide Risk Management program and Regional Risk Manager for Africa, Europe and Middle-East. He’s the founding Chairman of PARIMA (Pan Asia Risk & Insurance Management Association), the asian regional risk managers association and Secretary of IFRIMA (International Federation of Risk and Insurance Management Associations). He was Vice-Chairman, Board Member and Head of Education for AMRAE (the French Risk managers Association) until end of 2003. He was Board Member of the SIRM (Swiss Risk Managers Association) from 2004 to 2009. He was Board Member of FERMA until August 2009. He hold Masters in Political Sciences and Management Master, as well as in Risk Management, he’s Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and European Fellow in Applied Risk Management. He’s Certified Director from the INSEAD International Directors Programme since 2017. He holds the European FERMA RIMAP risk management Certification (since 2016). He received the 2007 European Risk Manager of the Year Award and the 2014 Asian Corporate Risk Manager of the Year Award. "

franck.baron@internationalsos.com


Speaker for

Data, Risk Management & Insurance in the 21st Century

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

Data has always been at the heart of risk management and insurance. With the acceleration of large-scale events (i.e. natural disasters, cyber-attacks, …) good data (current, complete, consistent) is becoming critical both from a risk exposure management perspective and an underwriting perspective. What does it mean for risk managers? What are the contributions of the stakeholders (insureds, brokers, insurers) in the data collection, cleaning, augmentation, analysis process?


| GNIC VZW

Chairman

Bio

Peter is a retired Belgian military pilot and staff officer and Chairman of the Global Network for Independent Certification - GNIC®. GNIC® is a non-profit organisation and the initiative of an international group of individuals, independent from any interest or pressure group, concerned with the development and usage of high quality, effective and efficient certification services for individuals and legal entities. Furthermore, he is General Manager of BYAZ, a company that delivers coaching, training and consultancy services focussed on leadership, organisational alignment, systems thinking and ISO 31000. Currently he is also finalising a PhD study in safety science (TUDelft).

peter.blokland@gn-ic.org


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GNIC VZW


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Is "risk management" broken and can or should we fix it?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

This session will tackle the question of integrated risk management in organisations and the fact that more and more experts shy away from the term "risk management". Instead they use "decision making", "value management", "risk culture" and the like to tell their story, Anxiously avoiding the term "risk management", as this is not always properly understood by "organisations" and their managers.


| Virtuespark

Founder

Bio

pascal.busch@virtuespark.com


Represent our sponsor:

Virtuespark


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Enterprise-wide Risk Aggregation

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Graeme Keith and Pascal Busch present their jointly developed and so far unprecedented risk aggregation approach. Next to the ability to manage risks along the impact chain and in the context of objectives, the approach stands out through simplicity and accessibility from a user perspective as it allows for qualification as well for quantification but doesn't compromise on the fidelity of the global risk model.


| Asis

ASIS_160 Swiss Chapter Board member

Bio

secretary@asisonline.ch


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ASIS Switzerland chapter 160


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How to ensure an efficient global action when risk management, emergency response, crisis management and business continuity are managed silos?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

A real corporate's challenge to solve as data and reporting needs are increasing and burdening the work from the shop floor. How about the balance between quantitative vs qualitative data at various organisation levels such as corporate, country or site. In this session we will adress resilience seen as a fashionable word or an effective way to have a continuum from emergency response, crisis management and business continuity. Ultimately, decide with us if it is just paperwork for corporate or proper governance and team work?


| wizlynx

Head of Cyber Security

Bio

Yann is the Head of Cyber Security @ wizlynx and responsible for wizlynx group’s CTO Board. He is responsible for developing a global security team, including creating an offensive security offering. He is a thought leader in this area, with more than ten years of experience in Cyber Security and extensive experience in penetration testing, social engineering, and incident handling and response.

wizlynx is a leading Swiss IT service provider for IT Security with extensive experience in infrastructure and network security solutions complemented by competencies in Information Security and Quality & Project Management for enterprise IT organizations.

The wizlynx Security experts are SANS trained, CREST and GIAC certified in different domains of Information and IT Security and Audit.


Represent our sponsor:

CISS


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IoT Security, more than just a "Thing" Is an IoT device really a smart device?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

In this presentation, you will get an insight into what an IoT device is and the complex infrastructure needed to operate it.

After that, we'll get into the depths! We will look at the IoT attack surface using real industry cases.

To scan such complex environments for their security, the wizlynx group applies the penetration testing method. We will have a look at the different reports and examples. Afterwards, wizlynx will demonstrate a life hack on an IoT device.


| AT-IPIC

President

Bio

"Adrian Clements:- President of AT-IPIC, a company providing coaching and strategic guidance for risk management and performance transformation. Specialising in embedding risk and opportunity management in decision making including ESG, optimising short and long term investment strategies and overall resilience improvement through behaviour and culture change.

Winner of The IRM’s “Global Risk Manager Award 2014” and StrategicRisk’s “European Risk Manager Award 2009”. Ex-board Member of ERMINe (enterprise risk management international network), member of the working committee of European commission’s risk management in the extraction industries subgroup and cofounder of Beyond Risk Management, a strategic risk management think tank. Previously Global Director of Operational Risk, Tereos, France and Operational Risk Manager for ArcelorMittal, Luxembourg, giving insight into action prioritisation and performance results. 10 years at General Re provided financial transparency on investment efficiency. "

Adrian.M.Clements@outlook.com


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Decision making and the future role of the risk manager

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Highlight the different needs of the board and leadership team in terms of risk management input. Differentiate between the need for actions now where you are vulnerable and the visionary goal of tomorrow. Extract the ideas of risk management and the need to look 360° and not treat ESG as an add on.


| Resiliences coaching Sarl

CEO

Bio


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Resilience or cultivating the art of rebounding

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

How to use adversity as a springboard to the successful life that inspires us. A toolbox to become master of what we are going to do with what is happening


| Digital value creators (DVC)

Chief Services & Resilience Officer

Bio

barbara.fluegge@dvcconsult.com


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Risk prevention: the 7 signs of business risk resilience

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

It is needless to state that any business is exposed to risks. Risk exposures result from internal and external incidents. While managing the diversity of risks and its consequences is common practice of entrepreneurial risk management, we introduce a novel approach and viewpoint and herein resilience as a core parameter in the growth formula to overcome risks, prepare for unplanned and unexpected risks, and be able to build and grow again your business. Gain insights into the 7 signs, learn about the strategic and operational impact and how to train your staff.


| FHNW

Senior Lecturer and Research Associate

Bio

frank.grimberg@fhnw.ch


Speaker for

Detect & Measure the invisible

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

We demonstrate the newly developed “GEIGER”-tool – making your cyber risk situation visible!.


| Kepler Associates

Chief Executive Officer

Bio

"Emmanuel is a Chairman of African Federation of the Institute of Internal Auditors. He is founder and Managing Director of Kepler Associates, a consulting firm dealing with GRC. He is a Fellow Chartered Certified Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Internal Auditor and GNIC ISO 31000 Accredited trainer. He is a member of Content Advisory Committee of IIA Global and Member of Advisory Council of ACFE Global. "


Speaker for

Is "risk management" broken and can or should we fix it?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

This session will tackle the question of integrated risk management in organisations and the fact that more and more experts shy away from the term "risk management". Instead they use "decision making", "value management", "risk culture" and the like to tell their story, Anxiously avoiding the term "risk management", as this is not always properly understood by "organisations" and their managers.


| Roche

Global PD Business Continuity Lead

Bio

Pete joined Roche in Feb 2017, as the PD Business Continuity Lead. A former Business Continuity Programme Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Pete also spent a number of years working in the National Health Service and in the Financial Sector in the UK and Switzerland. Pete’s previous work led to conducting numerous television interviews, and was awarded the CIR Public Sector / Not-fot-Profit manager of the year award in 2013. Pete brings over 15 years’ experience in dealing with all levels of business continuity on both a Global and Local Level.

peter.johnson.pj5@roche.com


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ReThink BCM to enhance and embed organizational resilience

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Using COVID as the catalyst, enhancing organizational resilience with a simplified business continuity framework and program to enable an integrated one Roche approach to respond to business disruption. The long term outcomes include a) Enhancement and embedment of Organizational Resilience into Product Development Culture for a pharma organization, and b) Understanding, assessing and capturing new and emerging threats & vulnerabilities.

One consolidated and simplified process with greater clarity to the interdependencies and alignment across continuity process for product development prioritization and efficiencies when responding to a serious business disruption. Let's go through the outcomes together, simplified framework, more robust communication channels, formalization of cross functional / cross business unit information sharing and End to End Process planning.


|

Bio

Graeme is an independent advisor, consulting on enterprise risk management and strategy, specializing in the utilization of fit-for-purpose analytical and quantitative methods.

Since completing his doctorate in applied mathematics at Cambridge in 2000, Graeme has worked with the practical application of mathematical modelling across a wide variety of fields and industries. First as a research associate at Cambridge and later as an engineering consultant based in Copenhagen, Graeme started out developing mathematical models for failure investigation, risk management and decision analysis.

After 10 years in consultancy, Graeme started applying his analytical acumen to strategy and portfolio management for capital intensive project portfolios, first as Head of Research at the oil and gas division of DONG E&P and later as Exploration Portfolio Manager at Maersk Oil. Leveragíng the close relationship between strategy and risk management in the highly volatile oil and gas market, Graeme moved into twin roles as Strategy Director and Head of Enterprise Risk Management at Maersk, before starting Stochastic ApS in late 2019. Graeme writes extensively on a wide variety of topics around risk management and mathematical modelling and is both a popular writer and a much sought-after speaker. He teaches at Copenhagen University and the Technical University of Denmark and is a fellow of the UK Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and a chartered mathematician. He is also on the board of the Risk chapter of the Danish Engineering Society.


Speaker for

Enterprise-wide Risk Aggregation

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Graeme Keith and Pascal Busch present their jointly developed and so far unprecedented risk aggregation approach. Next to the ability to manage risks along the impact chain and in the context of objectives, the approach stands out through simplicity and accessibility from a user perspective as it allows for qualification as well for quantification but doesn't compromise on the fidelity of the global risk model.


| Axians

Head of Security Operations Center

Bio

"Martin Lutz is Head of the Security Operations Center at Axians Switzerland.
Already since 2013 he has been advising customers on their way to strengthening their IT resilience against cyber attacks. With the combination of leadership and professional competence, he headed various cyber security specialists in Europe and Asia. As well-known guest lecturer and business angel, he promotes young talents and innovative technologies. "

info@martin-lutz-speaker.com


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Inside Ransomware

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

How does a hacker organisation work? How do they hide their identity? How do they get their ransom anonymously? My keynote will be all around this giving insides about a hackers life.


| Swiss Risk Association

Board Member

Bio

kathrin.anne.meier@gmail.com


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Better risk management through improved leadership skills

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

"Working in risk management requires not only technical excellence, but also strong leadership skills. In particular, critical thinking, relationship building and the ability to influence are among the most important leadership skills a risk manager needs to be successful. Having excellent leadership skills can make a risk manager's job more efficient and certainly more effective. In this session, we will explore key leadership skills by highlighting some practical scenarios where the right leadership skills have led to success. "


| STMicroelectronics Int.l N.V.

Group Vice President Corporate Insurance Risk Management

Bio

maurizio.micale@st.com


Speaker for

How to create a reinsurance captive in Switzerland

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Describe all steps, internal end external, to create a fully owned risk transferring and financing vehicle - a reinsurance captive FINMA C3 - in Switzerland.


| World Intellectual Property Organization

Controller (Co-Chair United Nations Risk Management Forum)

Bio


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How to Mature Risk Management in your Organization

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

The United Nations Risk Management Forum is an inter-agency group that has collectively developed guidance to assist UN organizations to ‘move the needle’ on their risk maturity. But how can organizations know where best to focus their limited risk management resources? For example, what if you have great risk IT systems, but underdeveloped risk culture? This topic presents the Forum’s open source risk management maturity model, its six dimensions, as well as the checklists and guidance that underpin it. Together, they can help your organization assess the current risk management capabilities and come up with effective and concrete plans of action.


| Tetra Pak

Director Corporate Risk Management Tetrapak

Bio

"Didier Odorico 57, is a Mechanical Engineer from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA Lyon). Starting his career in the Pharmaceutical Industry, he moved on to Loss Prevention with FMGlobal for 13 years where he was leading the Global Services Engineering department until 2005. After graduating as A.R.M (Associate in Risk Management) he joined the Tetra Laval Group Risk Management department in 2005 until his move to his last position at Tetra Pak in 2008. Since then he has deployed ERM, then GRC and finally strategic risk management. "

didier.odorico@tetrapak.com


Speaker for

Data, Risk Management & Insurance in the 21st Century

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

Data has always been at the heart of risk management and insurance. With the acceleration of large-scale events (i.e. natural disasters, cyber-attacks, …) good data (current, complete, consistent) is becoming critical both from a risk exposure management perspective and an underwriting perspective. What does it mean for risk managers? What are the contributions of the stakeholders (insureds, brokers, insurers) in the data collection, cleaning, augmentation, analysis process?


| Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Lecturer

Bio

carlo.pugnetti@zhaw.ch


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Cybersecurity: Are your employees part of the solution or part of the problem?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

"Employee behavior is a major component of a company's defense against and response to cyber risks. It is also a key component of a company's vulnerability. We have investigated employee attitudes towards cyber risks using deep metaphors elicitation to understand subconscious drivers, developed a program to address these drivers and created a diagnostic tool to assess vulnerabilities before and after intervention. In the session we will present the results of these efforts and discuss implications for the audience."


| GRMSi

Risk Advisor

Bio

Daniel has over 35 years experience in Risk Management, Internal Audit and Innovation, Information Systems Audit, Information Technology, Consulting in E&E, Corporate Governance and XBRL. He developed an Enterprise Risk Management system in the 1990s embedding COSO concepts and content, developed a diagnostic tool to facilitate strategic and operational planning, has advised company Boards, and re-engineered Internal Audit departments. He has worked in North America, New Zealand and the UK, and has undertaken assignments in Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, UAE and France, and has been a UK FCA Approved Person, and currently residing in Thessaloniki, Greece.

daniel.roberts01@gmail.com


Speaker for

Decision making and the future role of the risk manager

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Highlight the different needs of the board and leadership team in terms of risk management input. Differentiate between the need for actions now where you are vulnerable and the visionary goal of tomorrow. Extract the ideas of risk management and the need to look 360° and not treat ESG as an add on.


| Psychological Consultancy Limited (PCL)

CEO

Bio

Geoff Trickey, is a Chartered Psychologist and CEO of Psychological Consultancy Ltd. and author of the Risk Type Compass. Based on decades of fascinating neuroscience and psychological research that distinguishes between objective ‘frequentist’ probabilistic measures of risk and the natural ’human factor’ risk dispositions that drive decision making and behaviour. Geoff’s interest in human risk was triggered by the chaotic variety and technical indifference of tests adopted by Financial Intermediaries in assessing the risk appetite of clients. Despite strong academic evidence linking personality to risk tolerance, no genuinely psychometric personality-based approaches had previously been adopted.

geoff@psychological-consultancy.com


Speaker for

How Our Natural Risk Dispositions Out-smart Process

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

Risk is about decision making and decision making is influenced, in all of us, by our natural risk dispositions. These are derived from the interaction between Cognition (reason) and Emotion (feelings). The Risk Type Compass divides the full spectrum of risk dispositions into eight reliably distinguishable Risk Types that define a person’s risk awareness, their reaction to risk and the level of risk that they are comfortable with. Designed originally for the finance sector and used now in establishing a clients ‘risk appetite’, in coaching traders, developing hedge funds, investment advisory boards and the board rooms of organisations, the RTC applies equally to H&S situations. It supports a risk management style that fosters trust, co-operation and mutual respect. After 50 years of HSE there is a seemingly unmovable ‘rump’ of risk incidents that elude us. The ‘elephant in the room’ has been our insistence on ‘one size fits all’ risk management processes. Rather than fighting Nature in search of blind obedience, taking Nature into account and recognising that H&S demands and requirements can fruitfully be managed in ways that support and encourage personal responsibility - and without any compromise in terms of the required safety behaviours.


| FBCI

Global Head Business Continuity & Resilience / Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) Risk Officer Royal Philips / Group Operations / Center of Excellent Business Continuity & Resilience

Bio

Rob is a senior principal professional with over 25 years of business and IT experience in Governance, Performance, Risk, Compliance and Audit with specific expertise in the related areas of establishing, implementing and managing Enterprise, IT & Operational Risk Management, Internal Audit of ISO22301, Business & IT - Supply Chain Continuity Management, Data (Governance) Management, Crisis & Threat (Early Warning) Management and Information Security Management in various international industries (manufacturing, finance, healthcare, oil & gas, public & government and pharmaceutical). Currently, Rob is the Global Head Business Continuity & Resilience at Royal Philips N.V. (Philips HealthTech) with the key responsibility for the delivery of the global Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program and he is the ISC Risk Officer where he coordinates and manage all integrated supply chain (ISC) risk activities.

rob.van.den.eijnden@philips.com


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How can we strengthen an organization's operational health and its resilience?

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

Crisis Management, Business Continuity Management, Emergency Response, ISO Certifications, teams' training and more. All these topics fall under one umbrella: an organization's health.
Our experience shows that if an organization is "operationally healthy" before a disruptive event takes place, it will bounce forward when the disruption hits. It's all about being proactively prepared. In this session, we will explore the benefits of a holistic and structured approach, how to build bridges with your stakeholders to better manage operational risks, how to leverage tangible and intangible capabilities and last, the importance of "resilience as a culture".


| Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

Head of Risk

Bio

As Head of Risk at Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance – a $21bn international fund to support the world’s poorest countries in vaccinating every child and co-leading the COVAX initiative to provide equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines – Jacob is responsible for overseeing the implementation of effective risk management practices across the Alliance, instilling a culture of responsible risk-taking, facilitating Risk Committee meetings with senior leadership including the CEO, and reporting strategic top risks to the Board. Prior to Gavi, Jacob was a risk consultant in Switzerland and the Netherlands, advising large corporations as well as international organisations. He holds a Master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence, a post-graduate degree in IT-Auditing and is a certified ISO 31000 Risk Management Professional. As a member of the World Economic Forum's Chief Risk Officers community he provides input to the annual WEF Global Risks Report and he regularly presents at international conferences and teaches at university MBA programmes.

jvanderblij@gavi.org


Speaker for

COVAX: the risky business of managing pandemic risk

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

In July 2020, Gavi became the legal entity to administer the COVAX Facility, a global mechanism to pool resources and demand for COVID-19 vaccines with the goal of accelerating the availability of and equitable access to safe and efficacious vaccines. At its core, the COVAX Facility is a risk-management mechanism – reducing risk for countries concerned about failing to secure access to vaccines and reducing risk for manufacturers concerned about investing without assured demand. Setting up and running the COVAX Facility is not without risk itself however, and continues to require navigating uncharted territory at unprecedented speed and scale in a dynamic, competitive and uncertain external environment. Risks dynamically shift from upstream procurement and supply to downstream allocation and delivery risks in developing countries. This talk will share how agreeing with stakeholders on risk appetite and robust risk management has been and continues to be vital to ensure that poor countries are not left behind, and the world does not continue to be disrupted by the pandemic – as no one is safe until everyone is safe.


Moderators 2022

| Crisis Ally

CEO

Bio

"Alexandra is the CEO of Crisis Ally, which helps Crisis Leaders and their teams build the right capabilities to thrive through crises. Crisis Ally promotes diversity and blends complementary professional expertise, background, and experience. Thanks to a career with the French government and large international corporations, Alexandra has a rich operational and multicultural experience base with strong expertise in Business Resilience, its boosting factors, and best practices to manage it.
Alexandra is regularly interviewed in the print media to discuss corporate resilience topics, including Authority Magazine, Business Insider, or Thrive Global She also writes for ASIS Security Management Magazine, and regularly presents at events.
Alexandra has an LLB in Criminal Law from Paris University, France, an M.Sc. in Corporate Security from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Alexandra is also a Certified Coach, trained in Neurosciences, and a Certified Yoga Teacher. Last but not least, Alexandra is a mom of two! "

alexandra@crisisally.com


Moderator for


How can we strengthen an organization's operational health and its resilience?

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

Crisis Management, Business Continuity Management, Emergency Response, ISO Certifications, teams' training and more. All these topics fall under one umbrella: an organization's health.
Our experience shows that if an organization is "operationally healthy" before a disruptive event takes place, it will bounce forward when the disruption hits. It's all about being proactively prepared. In this session, we will explore the benefits of a holistic and structured approach, how to build bridges with your stakeholders to better manage operational risks, how to leverage tangible and intangible capabilities and last, the importance of "resilience as a culture".


| CISS Ltd.

Co-Founder of CISS Ltd. and founder of e-abo Ltd.

Bio

"More than 20 years of experience in governance, risk and compliance in regulated and non-regulated environments. Global implementation of an Internal Control Framework and Quality Management System for IT Infrastructure. Process owner of various processes such as Document and Training Management, Audit Management, Vendor Management, SOX, Quality Management System Owner. Management of the department for Information Governance Management for IT Infrastructure. "

hk@ciss.ch


Moderator for


IoT Security, more than just a "Thing" Is an IoT device really a smart device?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

In this presentation, you will get an insight into what an IoT device is and the complex infrastructure needed to operate it.

After that, we'll get into the depths! We will look at the IoT attack surface using real industry cases.

To scan such complex environments for their security, the wizlynx group applies the penetration testing method. We will have a look at the different reports and examples. Afterwards, wizlynx will demonstrate a life hack on an IoT device.


| Maptycs

CEO

Bio

Jacqueline Legrand, MBA, ARM, is co-founder & CEO at MAPTYCS, an Insurtech company that helps insurance professionals assess property risk exposure and climate risks. She was born and raised in the French Alps and started her professional career in technology with IBM before joining the insurance industry over two decades ago. Legrand’s career spans Europe and the Americas with various executive and board level positions. She has been working extensively with Risk Managers across the world to design, implement and oversee global insurance programs. Legrand is the recipient of the Business Insurance’s 2018 Women to Watch award

jacqueline.legrand@maptycs.com


Represent our sponsor:

Maptycs


Moderator for


Data, Risk Management & Insurance in the 21st Century

Day 2 | May 20, 2022

Data has always been at the heart of risk management and insurance. With the acceleration of large-scale events (i.e. natural disasters, cyber-attacks, …) good data (current, complete, consistent) is becoming critical both from a risk exposure management perspective and an underwriting perspective. What does it mean for risk managers? What are the contributions of the stakeholders (insureds, brokers, insurers) in the data collection, cleaning, augmentation, analysis process?


| ASIS Chapter 160 (Switzerland)

ASIS_160 Swiss Chapter Board member

Bio

Seasoned security and safety expert in industrial environment (defence, shipping, oil and gas, construction, travel security). Ex Naval officer (26 year career in the French Navy: 2 warship commands, War College, positions in UK, Italy, overseas), Certified Protection Professional (CCP) from ASIS-International, board member of the ASIS Swiss Chapter, NEBOSH certified, SCYFCO leadership mentor, IOSH member. Fred is building on his versatile leadership experience to implement a risk-based functional management system putting people on the ground first, protecting them in a resilient business enabling mindset.

m-officer@asisonline.ch


Represent our partner:

ASIS Switzerland chapter 160


Moderator for


How to ensure an efficient global action when risk management, emergency response, crisis management and business continuity are managed silos?

Day 1 | May 19, 2022

A real corporate's challenge to solve as data and reporting needs are increasing and burdening the work from the shop floor. How about the balance between quantitative vs qualitative data at various organisation levels such as corporate, country or site. In this session we will adress resilience seen as a fashionable word or an effective way to have a continuum from emergency response, crisis management and business continuity. Ultimately, decide with us if it is just paperwork for corporate or proper governance and team work?


| CISS Ltd

CEO

Bio

"Passionate Information Risk & Security Manager. Specialized in the human factor and organizational aspects of information security. Author of the “Digital Age – How to approach Cyber Security”

Since 2016 at CISS GmbH - Comprehensive Information Security Switzerland responsible for the design and further development of 360inControl®. The integrated and sustainable GRC/Internal Control System of the future. Award winner of the CISO Alliance Germany for the ""Best Solution""."

avg@ciss.ch


Represent our sponsor:

CISS