An opportunity for senior IT, Risk and Compliance managers to confront new regulatory demands and discuss strategic board priorities and plans over dinner
New regulation will fundamentally change the landscape for the biggest tech companies–particularly cloud providers–for the first time by demanding end-to-end controls.
JWG’s new research paper here has found that operational resilience (UKPS6/21,DORA), third party/outsourcing (critical third parties), tech governance (AI Act/DORA) with a privacy/ESG/data governance overlay will place different, but overlapping requirements on the risk management of financial services firms.
Firms will need new to bring current risk management silos together and implement governance frameworks to ensure they meet obligations but also require unprecedented transparency and assurance from their third-party technology providers. Vendors unable or unwilling to provide their clients with the information they require may lose business. The new regulatory landscape, requires a holistic approach to be successful.
PJ Di Giammarino, Founder and CEO of JWG, an independent regulatory think-tank will facilitate a Chatham house rule dinner with select industry experts to discuss findings from a 20 page research report “Managing Digital Infrastructure Risk: A collaborative path to financial services safety”.
This is an invitation-only dinner managed by Corrina.firstname.lastname@example.org