Registration and coffee
Introduction from Thomson Reuters and the Chairman
Plenary 1 – Calibrating the Risk Appetite of Your Organisation as a Whole
- How should you go about prioritising risks and setting the risk appetite for the business
- Bringing risk alive in the Boardroom
- Bottom up, top down risk profiling
- Ensuring you have the right tools, resources and competencies to deliver your risk strategy
Plenary 2 – Embedding Your Risk Management Programme and Plan for the Business
- Developing a culture that embraces compliance
- The responsibility of individual requirements – what it means to be proactive? What needs to change to ensure your plan is delivered?
- Collaborative working – examples of where this has worked well and where it’s failed – and why
- Tone from the top – leadership’s role in setting the tone for risk in the business
- What it means to be a good leader and keeping the dynamic alive day to day
- Risk management processes and tools
Plenary 3 – Responding to the Challenges in Cyber Security, Working Practices and Culture
- How can you protect your company’s defences and corporate reputation against cyber sabotage, whilst at the same time enabling a modern workforce?
- How do different functions increase / decrease risk – who drives policy?
- Training: oversight of protective / defensive tools
- Using AI to help manage human risks and support industry standards
- Ross Woodham General Counsel and Privacy Officer, Cogeco Peer 1
- Professor Chris Hankin Director, Institute for Security Science and Technology, Imperial College
- Maurice Woolf General Counsel & EVP Corporate Support, Interoute
- Andrew Beckett Managing Director, Cyber Security and Investigations, Kroll
Plenary 4 – Tackling Geopolitical Turbulence and Its Impact on Risk
- Calculating the impact of current geopolitical changes, including Brexit, Trump and Populism
- How do you plan for the long-term?
- How do you remain flexible?
- Legal framework for the insurance of political risk
A choice of one of the following options
Option 1: Preparing for GDPR Compliance
- Having formulated your plan, what controls do you need to have in place?
- How “ready” does the Information Commissioner (IC) expect you to be in May 2018?
- Does the IC recognise the idea of “continuous improvement”?
- Future planning and long-term impact of the GDPR on your business – what are the likely pitfalls?
- Enhanced programme compliance implementation challenges
- Steve Coope Lead Regulatory and Compliance Counsel, Orange
Option 2: Preparing for and Managing Investigations and Dawn Raids
- If a company comes under investigation by a regulator, what practical steps can it take to protect itself and its reputation?
- Putting in place systems and processes to prepare for dawn raids and internal investigations should they become necessary
- Managing employee expectations during an internal investigation
- Is an internal investigation covered by LPP post the ENRC decision? What are the implications of this decision?
- Self-reporting, DPAs and cooperation in the context of a criminal investigation
Option 3: Using AI and Legal Providers to support In-house Teams
- Streamlining contract reviews with AI technology
- Using AI to create legal templates for contract drafting
- Streamlining self-service options for low risk, low value work
- Law firms, GC and law firm combo, or managed service solutions – which model should you use to get the work done?
Option 4: Anti-Bribery Risk Management and Sanctions Risk
- What’s now required in light of ISO 37001?
- Extortion and employee safety risks in high risk jurisdictions – how much direction, guidance and instruction is required to get the balance right?
- Country hot spots; red flags; approvals in key countries
- New sanctions enforcement powers in the UK
Plenary 5 – Implications of Regulatory Changes in Whistleblowing
- FCA – Whistleblowing and the SMCR, the Whistleblowing Champion , the Barclays case
- CMA – new incentives for individuals to blow the whistle
- Local regulators around the world – key differences
- Claire Cross Of Counsel, Corker Binning
Identifying and Minimising the Impact of Future Risks
- How do you identify the next “black swan” for your business?
- Using STEEP to identify risks
- Broad overview of what potentially lies ahead
- Extreme risks
- Richard Watson – Keynote speaker Futurist in residence at the Tech Foresight Practice, Imperial College
Chair’s closing remarks and summing up
Close of conference followed by drinks reception
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