Digital transformation is vital to business today. However, it can increase digital risks, which can take many forms. To help ensure your organization is protected against business disruptions, noncompliance, and errors, you need a robust digital risk management program.
Our three-part Managing Digital Risk and Beyond webinar series is designed to help you prepare for, manage, and address digital risks in your organization:
Develop a risk management program
Creating any program starts with preparation. In part one of this webinar series, Preparing to tackle digital risk, ServiceNow security and risk experts Barbara Kay and Scott Ferguson discuss the varying forms of digital risk and the necessary building blocks for a strong risk management program. Learn how to crawl, walk, and run your risk program by identifying your goals, strategy, and roadmap.
Manage vendor risk
You’ve developed your risk management plan—now what? It’s time to coordinate and align your risk priorities across the organization. Watch the Managing digital risk webinar to learn how to get your vendors involved in your program.
Greg Liebergen, director of IT service management company Edgile, joins Geeta Jhamb, senior advisory solution architect of ServiceNow’s risk practice, to talk through best practices for risk management processes. Discover how to measure risk and ensure business resiliency.
Address operational risk
Once you’ve developed your risk management program and tackled risk management, you can delve deeper into addressing day-to-day operational risks. These often appear to be smaller risks, but they can lead to company-wide failures.
Join ServiceNow risk experts in the Addressing operational risk webinar to learn how to decrease daily risks in your business activities. You’ll also be introduced to ServiceNow GRC Advanced Risk, a plug-in to the Now Platform that will help you monitor, track, and mitigate risks across your organization.
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