Agenda

Day 1: Date Pending

8:00AM – 9:00AM
Registration and Networking Breakfast

9:00AM – 9:15AM

Welcome and Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

9:15AM – 10:00AM

Keynote Address: A Regulator’s View of Cybersecurity Risk and Operational Resiliency

Peter Driscoll, Director, Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

10:00AM – 10:50AM

Executive Session: Third Party Risk Management, What Keeps you Up at Night?

  • Evolve your third-party risk management (TPRM) programs to survive emerging risks
  • Discover what CCOs are doing to guard against their biggest fears, such as data breaches and supply chain disasters
  • Define and organize stakeholders, departments, and others in your risk management ecosystem to efficiently and effectively cover all TPRM bases

 

Moderator

Patrick Potter, Digital Risk Solutions 

RSA  

 

Panelists:  

Katherine Sikora Nelson, Chief Compliance Officer USA

Intesa Sanpaolo 

 

Rob Lindquist, Lecturer 

University of California, Irvine School of Law 

Former Chief Compliance Officer 

Panasonic Avionics Corporation 

  

Michael Donnella, Corporate Compliance Officer 

Murphy Oil Corporation 

10:50AM – 11:20AM
Morning Networking Break

11:20AM – 12:10PM

Due Diligence: Best Practices in Onboarding, Training, and Monitoring Third Parties

  • Scope your due diligence to vendor risk profiles and assessments to save your budget 
  • Delve into the existing and emerging digital technologies that identify, assess and mitigate third-party risk 
  • Gain specific training tools for staff and third parties to build capabilities and improve compliance

 

Moderator:  

Ryan Spelman, Senior Manager  

Cyberclarity 360   

 

Panelists:  

Todd Spillane, Executive Director 

Morgan Stanley 

 

Matt McKillop, Formerly SVP, Head of Third Party Risk Management  

Citizens Bank 

 

Fabricio Nunes, Chief Compliance Officer 

Linde 

12:10PM – 1:10PM
Networking Luncheon

1:10PM – 2:00PM

Integrating Third-Party Risk Management to Sourcing & Procurement Functions

Bring category managers into your TPRM program for compliance as well as commercial advantage

  • Learn what controls to insert into supply chain processes to shore up your TPRM program when onboarding and managing vendors
  • Identify category and contract manager best practices for navigating TPRM requirements and challenges

 

Moderator 

Chris Murphey, Director of Customer Success 

Galvanize 

 

Panelists:  

Asha J. Palmer, Founder & CEO 
Global Compliance Consulting
 

 

Rob Seibel, Director of Legal Compliance 

Abercrombie & Fitch 

 

2:00PM – 2:50PM

Peer Watch: Benchmark Your TPRM Program

  • Learn about six key third-party management trends revealed in the 3rd Annual Benchmarking Survey 
  • Gain practical insight into what these trends tell us about how organizations should be looking to evolve and mature their programs
  • Walk away with six recommendations on how to improve your program in 2020 and beyond

 

Kimberley Allan, CMO  

Aravo Solutions 

 

Dave Lefort, Editor in Chief   

Compliance Week   

 

Ken Wolckenhauer, VP Vendor Management 

Nordea 

 

Andrew Moyad, SVP, Vendor Risk Management 

Blackstone Group  

2:50PM – 3:20PM
Afternoon Networking Break

3:20PM – 4:10PM

Shifting Perspective: Risk Management Strategies from the Third Party’s Point of View

  • Leverage risk intelligence to move beyond cumbersome point-in-time assessments
  • Design risk assessment programs to meet your business partners’ expedited process and product timelines
  • Streamline the framework of compliance, legal, IT, audit, procurement, and individual business units involved in assessing and mitigating third-party risk
  • Explore solutions beyond financial and cyber assessments to tackle rising location-based risks

  

Moderator: 

John Bree, SVP/Partner and Chief Evangelist 

Supply Wisdom 

 

Panelists

Angela Davis Dogan, MBA/TM, CTPRP, CTPRA, Founder & CEO

Davis Dogan Advisory Services 

 

Michael Savicki, Vice President, Compliance & Risk - The Americas 

American Express Global Business Travel  

 

Alpa Inamdar, Head of Strategy 

BNY Mellon 

 

4:10PM – 5:00PM

“Choose Your Own Adventure” Conversation Sessions

Join a roundtable discussion on such topics as:

  1. Risk Management Strategies from the Vendor’s Point of View 
    Facilitator Chris Murphey, Director of Customer SuccessGalvanize  

  2. Managing Third-Party Risk in the Face of Global Regulation and Change 
    Facilitator:  Richard Cooper, MBCI, Principal – Financial Services, Fusion Risk Management 


  3. Discuss Digital Transformations and Effects on Third-Party Ecosystems 
    Facilitator Patrick Potter, Digital Risk Solutions, RSA 

  4. From Third Parties to Fourth Parties and Beyond: Managing Assessments and Controls 
    Facilitator: Dominick Campagna, Director of Sales Engineering, LogicGate

  5. Effectively Managing Third-Party Reputational Risks
    Facilitator:  John Arvanitis, Managing Director, CyberClarity360 

  6. Explore the Challenges and Benefits of Making Risk Tangible
    Facilitator:  Service Now

  7.  Continuous Monitoring: When Does it Make Sense to Expand Your Program?

    Facilitators Hugh Allyn, Marketing Director, FICO 

    Steven LittlesonPartner, Fraud, Security and Compliance, FICO 

5:00PM – 6:00PM
Networking Cocktail Reception

Day 2: Date Pending

8:00AM - 9:00AM
Networking Breakfast

9:10AM – 10:00AM

Keynote Address: Four Surprising Ways Organization Designs Make or Break Honesty

  • Leverage the link between organizational design and individual honesty to build a culture of integrity
  • Utilize the factors of clarity in strategy, accountability, transparency, and cross-functional collaboration to positively influence individuals’ behavior and decision-making 
  • Learn how to structure your ecosystem for cohesion at the seams

 

Ron Carucci, Managing Partner
Navalent

10:00AM – 10:50AM

The Worst-Case Scenario Guide to Vendor Risk Management

  • Disaster planning: cope with delays, recalls, and product safety issues 
  • Gather business continuity plan regulatory requirements and best practices concerning third-party relationships 
  • Minimize business interruptions: building a plan with impact analysis, resiliency and recovery strategies 

 

Moderator
Richard Cooper, MBCI, Principal – Financial Services

Fusion Risk Management

 

Panelists:  

Amanda Hill, MBA, CISA, Sr. Manager, Corporate IT Audit 

Arrow Electronics 

 

Doris Miranda, Director of Global Logistics and Warehousing  

Royal Caribbean Cruises 

 

10:50AM – 11:20AM
Morning Networking Break

11:20AM – 12:10PM

CASE STUDY: Deutsche Bank’s Gap Analysis and “Future State” Target Operating Model (TOM) Design

  • Go “beyond cyber” and get insights for your TPRM program from a benchmark study conducted across 9 TPRM model attributes, key in financial services risk management programs
  • Discover “Do’s and Don’ts” of what constitutes a successful TPRM future state operating model 
  • Explore emerging trends such as managed services, market utilities, and ongoing monitoring

  

Victor Meyer, Global Head of Third-Party Risk Management Remediation and COO

Deutsche Bank

12:10PM - 1:00PM

Transform Risk Management with Emerging Technologies and Automation

  • Integrate your systems for a cohesive view of your data and better decision making
  • Assess the benefits and ROI of adding AI and machine learning tools into your compliance systems
  • Identify new and complex risks emerging from artificial intelligence, automation, and cloud technologies a to protect your organization against regulatory, reputational, operational, and financial risks

 

Moderator:  

Alison Musci, IAAP, Integrated Risk Management Product Line Manager 

ServiceNow 

 

Panelists:  

Stan Yakoff, Head of Americas Supervision 

Citadel Securities 

Adjunct Professor, Quant Trading & Market Structure 

Fordham Law School 

 

1:00PM

Chairperson's Summary Remarks

1:00PM - 2:00PM
Networking Luncheon and Conference Concludes