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Security & Audit 2024, Denmark

August 29 @ 12:00 am August 30 @ 11:59 pm Saudi Arabia

AI, OT, NIS2 and many other abbreviations find their way into everyday life – which ones should we pay special attention to, and which ones can we really equate with someone we already know? Get some of the answers at this year’s conference!
Security & Audit 29 and 30 August 2024

New technical terms and solutions flow into our society in a steady stream. Something is said to be landmark and epoch-making, but is perhaps just ‘old wine in new bottles’, while others turn out to have much greater influences than we had imagined. Thus, there can be a tendency for something to be ‘counted up’ while other things are ‘counted down’.

Here it may be appropriate not to base yourself on suppliers, media or AI, but on your own intelligence and common sense in investigating and assessing which will affect the company, agency, organization or situation you are in right now. Once these are identified, the ‘why’, ‘how’ and ‘when’ they will affect are important to consider for risk assessment and management. Assessment and prioritization of measures for risk reduction and monitoring can then be carried out on an informed basis and preferably taking into account that significant risk reduction can often occur with even relatively small efforts – as long as something is done. It is mostly better to act on a risk than to wait for a 100% solution that is often outdated by the time it is finally implemented.

In the process, it is essential to have someone to spar with, as well as facts and experiences that can put into perspective the challenges we constantly face in these situations. This is exactly what we in the conference committee see as our task to give you the opportunity. Presentations of what affects our work areas, based on facts and experiences, as well as a good, solid network – both are necessary to be able to assess and prioritize ourselves without being influenced by the many voices that often have a different agenda. These voices must not be ignored, but we must be prepared to be able to put into perspective and ensure the relevance of the initiatives that our organizations must use resources on.

That is why we are once again closely following the more recent measures in the area of ​​regulation; DORA, NIS2 and ESG, as well as throw ourselves into an attempt to get a good and thorough understanding of AI and different views and perspectives of it, as we believe that it is here to stay, and it is therefore essential to be able to relate to in a professionally based context.

We hope to see a lot of people this year – regulars as well as new faces – We look forward to seeing you!

Join us for this valuable, open, and collaborative session that will give you practical governance, risk management and control insights to implement in your organisation.

GRC 20/20 Analyst will be keynoting at the event . . .

Michael Rasmussen

Michael Rasmussen is an internationally recognized pundit on governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) – with specific expertise on enterprise GRC strategy and processes supported by robust information and technology architectures.  With 30+ years of experience, Michael helps organizations improve GRC strategy and processes supported by the correct GRC technology architecture. This enables organizations to align GRC with the business and deliver effective, efficient, resilient, and agile capabilities to the organization.  He is a sought-after keynote speaker, author, and advisor and is noted as the “Father of GRC” — the first to define and model the GRC market in February 2002 while at Forrester.

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