2019 Agenda

December 9, 2019

8:00AM – 9:00AM
Registration and Networking Breakfast sponsored by Prevalent

9:00AM – 9:15AM

Welcome and Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Dave Lefort, Editor in Chief  

Compliance Week  

9:15AM – 10:00AM

Keynote Address: Government Expectations for Third-Party Compliance Programs

  • Examine the new DOJ compliance guidance about third party management 
  • Learn how government expectations have changedand how to prepare
     

Kara Brockmeyer, Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton

Former Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

10:00AM – 10:45AM

Compliance Executive Think Tank: Bring Your “A” Game to Third-Party Risk

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

 

Moderator

Larry Navarro, Senior Solutions Consultant- Process Strategy

ProcessUnity

 

Panelists: 

 

Uzi Rosha, Chief Compliance Officer

Hudson Advisors

 

Karin Lockovitch, CEO and Founder 

ELA Risk Solutions  

10:45AM – 11:15AM
Morning Networking Break

11:15AM – 12:00PM

Optimize Your TPRM Program Design and Management

  • Learn how to map your risk management ecosystem and lead with a coordinated, enterprise-wide strategy
  • Strengthen your TPRM program with existing resources
  • Take your TPRM program to a new level in risk mitigation with the Agile project management approach

 

Moderator

Jaymin Desai, CIPP/E, CIPM, TPRM Offering Manager 

OneTrust 

 

Panelists

Melanie Gallagher, Head of Third Party Risk Management

Intuit

 

Sandra Bell, VP, CECL Compliance Program

M&T Bank

12:00PM – 12:45PM

Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery Best Practices

  • Get the latest FCPA, and political law trends and updates
  • Ensure compliance programs geared to regulators also tackle issues in the field to prevent bribery and corruption
  • Identify the biggest risks and types of corruption domestically and in specific regions outside the US

 

Moderator:  

Joachim Koopsingraven, Head of Partner Audit 

SAP America 

  

Panelists:
 

Dianna Jones, Senior Counsel, Global Compliance

Uber

 

Bassel Korkor, Managing Director, Corporate Compliance Risk Management

Charles Schwab

12:45PM – 1:45PM
Networking Luncheon

1:45PM – 2:30PM

Beyond Regulatory Risk: Leveraging Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Performance Factors to Measure Risk

  • Learn how to conduct background and reputation checks to establish integrity risk presented by a third party
  • Evaluate the use of data analytics for third-party monitoring
  • Discover new and emerging standards and reporting guidelines in the US and abroad and their compelling impact to vendor assessment practices

 

Moderator:  

Peter Kohler, Risk Solutions Director 

Refinitiv 

 

Panelists:   

David Aubuchon, Director - Market Development, Quant & Data Feeds 

Refinitiv 

 

Stephen Malinak, Chief Data & Analytics Officer 

TruValue Labs 

 

Bob Hirth, Senior Managing Director 

Protiviti 

Board Member and Co-Vice Chair  

Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) 

2:30PM – 3:15PM

Earthquake-Proof Your Organization: Business Continuity Plans and Vendor Risk Management

  • 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
  • Disaster planning: cope with delays, recalls, and product safety issues

  

 

Moderator:

Lisa Beth Lentini Walker, CEO and Founder 

Lumen Worldwide Endeavors 

 

Panelist:

Amanda Hill, MBA, CISA, Internal Audit Manager

Western Union

 

Adam Reback, Director

Optima Partners

 

Mimi Plummer, Senior Risk Manager 

Microsoft 

 

3:15PM – 3:30PM
Afternoon Networking Break

3:30PM – 4:15PM

It’s Not Who You Know, it’s Who You Don’t: Using AI to Understand the Potential Ripple Effects of Sub Tier Supplier Risk

  • Learn why sub-tier suppliers must be considered for effective TPRM in a hyper-connected world
  • Get insight into how organizations can best identify, measure and manage risk in their sub-tiers
  • Find out how AI is changing the way organizations can surface sub-tier supplier risk

 

Moderator:  

Jennifer Bisceglie, CEO & Founder 

Interos 

 

Panelists:  

Tony Sibert, Executive Director 

EY 

 

Mark Weatherford, Global Information Security Strategist 

Booking Holdings 

 

Robert Brese, VP Executive Partner 

Gartner 

4:15PM – 5:00PM

“Choose Your Own Adventure” Conversation Sessions

Join a roundtable discussion on such topics as:

  • Breaking the Bottleneck: A Discussion of Best Practices to Speed the Vendor Onboarding Process; facilitated by OneTrust
  • AI and Third Party Risk – Intelligence, Prediction and Automation; facilitated by Aravo
  • Using AI to get control over your Risk Management Ecosystem; facilitated by Interos
  • Best practices for due diligence and ongoing monitoring; facilitated by ProcessUnity
  • Who pays? Budgeting for and financing TPRM; facilitated by George KaniarasserilThird Party Risk Program Manager,Standard Chartered Bank 
  • The Lifecycle of a TPRM Program; facilitated by Refinitiv 
  • Top Trends in Third-Party Risk Management based on the 2019 EY Global TPRM Survey; facilitated by EY 
  • Crowdsourcing Security Risk Assessment;facilitated by HackerOne  
  • Winning methods to demonstrate TPRM program ROI; facilitated by Fusion Risk Management
5:00PM – 6:00PM
Networking Cocktail Reception sponsored by Interos

December 10, 2019

8:00AM – 9:00AM
Networking Breakfast

9:00AM – 9:05AM

Opening Remarks and Chairperson’s Recap of Day One

Dave Lefort, Editor in Chief  

Compliance Week  

9:05AM – 9:45AM

Keynote Address: The Intersection of TRPM, Ethics, and Culture

  • Discover why this an exciting time to be at the banking giant, which is in the middle of rebuilding its culture  
  • Learn how to organically integrate risk management and ethics considerations into employees’ decision-making processes 

 

Mary Rentoumis, Head of Global Third Party Risk Management

Wells Fargo

 

Dave Lefort, Editor in Chief  

Compliance Week  

9:45AM – 10:30AM

Ensuring Privacy and Data Protection

  • Discover new strategies to manage your clients’ and vendors’ privacy exposure
  • Protect data with encryption, controls, and other security signal must-haves
  • Learn best practices for monitoring third parties for GDPR and California Consumer Privacy Act compliance

 

Moderator:

Reese Solberg, Senior Manager, Advisory Services 

EY

 

Panelists:

Dan Pepper, Partner 

BakerHostetler 

 

Robin Andruss, CIPP,US,E,CIPM, FIP, Director, Privacy 

Twilio 

 

Simon Tidnam, Senior Program Manager II, Tech 

Uber 

10:30AM – 11:00AM
Morning Networking Break

11:00AM – 11:45AM

Third-Party Governance & Oversight: Meeting the Expectations of the Board

  • Increase TPRM program effectiveness with insights from Compliance Week and Aravo’s survey results about board oversight of third-party risk
  • Learn which data is critical and which reports and dashboards improve board communications
  • Discover the impact of board engagement on TPRM program maturity and meeting regulatory expectations

 

Moderator:  

Kimberley Allan, Chief Marketing Officer

Aravo Solutions 

 

Panelists:  

George Jannino, Vice President, Shared Services 

First Republic Bank 

 

Karin Lockovitch, CEO and Founder 

ELA Risk Solutions 

11:45AM – 12:30PM

Ensure Cybersecurity Compliance

  • Gain strategies to continuously monitor your third parties’ cybersecurity measures
  • Ensure intellectual property and data are protected from data breaches
  • Learn effective response strategies if your vendor has been breached

 

Moderator: 

Samantha Cowan, Head of Compliance

HackerOne

 

Panelists: 

Rob Howe, Global Compliance Manager

VMware

 

Constance Geoghan, Deputy General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer 

Alliance Laundry 

12:30PM – 1:30PM
Networking Luncheon

1:30PM – 2:15PM

Keys to Effective Onboarding, Training, and Monitoring Due Diligence

  • Scope your due diligence to vendor risk profiles and assessments
  • Learn best practices for the SIG questionnaire and how others use Shared Assessments’ customizable tools
  • Gain specific training tools for staff and third parties to build capabilities and improve compliance

 

Moderator:  

Alex Toews, APRM, CAMS, Risk Solutions Manager 

Fusion Risk Management 

  

Panelists:

Vera Powell, Senior Counsel, Global Compliance

Uber

 

Lisa Glover-Gardin, Senior Counsel, Third Party Data Protection 

Google 

2:30PM – 3:00PM

“Choose Your Own Adventure” Conversation Sessions

Join a roundtable discussion on such topics as: 

  • Strategies to lead stakeholders and creating change through influence; facilitated by Fusion Risk Management
  • Breaking the Bottleneck: A Discussion of Best Practices to Speed the Vendor Onboarding Process; facilitated by OneTrust 
  • AI and Third PartyRisk – Intelligence, Prediction and Automation; facilitated by Aravo 
  • Using AI to get control over your Risk Management Ecosystem; facilitated by Interos
  • Best practices for due diligence and ongoing monitoring; facilitated by ProcessUnity
  • Who pays? Budgeting for and financing TPRM; facilitated by George Kaniarasseril, Third Party Risk Program Manager,Standard Chartered Bank 
  • The Lifecycle of a TPRM Program; facilitated by Refinitiv
  • Crowdsourcing Security Risk Assessment;facilitated by HackerOne  
3:00PM
Conference Concludes