ERM Forum 2021
Building a risk conscious future
09.00 - 14.15, 7 December 2021
Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London
Building a risk conscious future
We are now delighted to announce the Airmic Enterprise Risk Management Forum 2021. Join an interactive event of strategic insights and inspiring conversations, to help future-proof your business and yourself. This is a physical event and is free of charge to Airmic members as a member benefit.
Claim 4 CPD hours for attending this event
Registration and networking
09.20 - 10.00
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10.00 - 10.45
Keynote Panel - National resilience and the role of the risk professional
The experience of recent crises suggests that existing national and organisational resilience arrangements fall short of what is required for current and future shocks.
The panel will consider work championed by Lord Hill as Chair of the NPC and embrace conscious learning from the pandemic.
This session will herald the launch of the Airmic-Control Risks pandemic crisis management report which follows on from the first report published in September 2020. This session will be moderated by Philip Songhurst-Thonet.
10.50 - 11.30
Breakout Sessions: Operating in the digital age
A1. Strategies for managing complex supply chain risk
The complex supply chains of today’s manufacturing companies make them a good case study for supply chain risk management, with much to learn for other sectors. Supply chain risk management software, machine learning, and cyber risk scorecards can help to provide a picture of current risks and mitigation strategies. This breakout will consider tools and techniques for successfully managing supply chain risk in a complex, connected and fast changing world.
A2. The challenges of scoring, planning and reporting long-term risk - Chatham House Rule Member-Only
Thinking and acting long-term, and taking into account long-term risk behaviours and measures, is one of the risk professional’s most enduring challenges. The tools and techniques that can be used to ensure organisations stay focused on the long-term, including the use of data and technology, will be considered. This breakout will build on the output from an Airmic member roundtable in November, and develop thinking on practical ideas and interventions.
A3. Creative approaches to managing systemic risk
In the past, when the world was confronted by a new risk, the view was that it would be insured. Today, the scale of the risks we face – not least with systemic cyber threats growing – dwarf what insurers alone can handle. The insurance industry can, however, forge a new kind of partnership with government, businesses, and society. This breakout will consider what is meant by systemic risk and the role of risk professionals in tackling associated challenges.
11.30 – 12.15
Brunch and networking
12.15 – 13.00
Breakout Sessions: Growing knowledge and skills
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B1. Navigating the cyber risk map
Ransomware extortion has rapidly become the key cyber threat to organisations globally. Organisations’ increasing reliance on digital services and interconnected business, IT and operational systems has led to rising profitability of cybercrime and ever more advanced cybercriminal tactics. In the past year, the pandemic has heightened these threats which has encouraged advanced cybercriminal groups to deviate from traditional cybercrime and fraud in favour of ransomware extortion. This scenario is also driving less technically capable cybercriminals to adopt similar methods. This session will examine the cyber risk map and the evolution of ransomware extortion tactics – and responses.
B2. Influencing the Board – can they hear the risk messages?
Risk oversight is a primary board responsibility, and boards play a critical role in influencing management’s processes for monitoring risks. As such, they should clearly define which risks the full board should discuss regularly, versus risks that can generally be delegated, such as to a board committee. This breakout will consider the identification and communication of risks which should be on the board agenda, and how the board can be sufficiently informed to discharge their risk responsibilities.
B3. Impress Yourself as a Mindful and Risk Conscious Professional in 2022
If you want ideas on how to future-proof yourself as a risk professional for 2022 and beyond, then this session will inspire you to action.
You make choices to manage risk. You make choices to make sure certain outcomes do or do not happen. Do you make choices in the same way for your own role, growth and career?
Self-reflection, self-belief and intentionality are crucial to your professional development and your wellbeing. How you invest in yourself will ultimately enable you to have a bigger impact on those around you and your organisation.
This experiential breakout will give you the opportunity to identify your strengths and be mindful about how you make choices in 2022. Expect to be up and moving, experiencing the stretch you would like to achieve for yourself. This session will be based upon The Airmic Competency Framework. It will be fun, inspiring and all about you!
13.10 – 13.45
Panel: Online safety and the future of data regulation
The Culture Secretary has said that the Online Safety Bill would make the UK “the safest place in the world to be online.” Is this the case, and what does the bill mean for risk professionals and their organisations? This panel will examine the draft bill, what difference it could make, and how it will be implemented. To be moderated by Jamie Saunders, Visiting Professor at University College London and the former Director of the National Cyber Crime Unit at the National Crime Agency, the panel will include Steve Kuncewicz, partner at law firm BLM, who has led on Airmic’s white papers on the subject of online harms.
13.45 – 13.50
Farewell and conclusions
13.50 - 14.15
Lite bite and networking
Airmic 2021 ERM Forum
The health, safety and security of all who attend the Airmic ERM Forum 2021 is our top priority. The ERM Forum has been planned and assessed in line with UK government guidance for Covid-19 for “Events and attractions” in England. This guidance may be subject to change from time to time and we will continue to encompass these changes in our arrangements as appropriate.
The venue for the ERM Forum, the London Hilton on Park Lane, operates Hilton CleanStay: https://www.hilton.com/en/corporate/cleanstay
Attending the ERM Forum
You should not attend the event if you or anyone you live with have tested positive for Covid-19 and have been asked to self-isolate.
You will need to present the below when you FIRST enter the Hotel:
Proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test. You can present this via the NHS App or a text message or email from NHS Test and Trace. This test must be taken within 48 hours prior to attending the Dinner. View the entry protocols here.
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