In today's fast-paced business landscape, organizations are compelled to adapt to a dynamic digital supply chain, where data has emerged as the primary commodity. In the wake of recent supplier cyber incidents that have disrupted factory operations, transportation services, and exposed sensitive data to criminal entities, the resilience of the digital supply chain has become paramount.
Moreover, global regulators are intensifying their focus on operational resilience. The US multi-agency guidance Sound Practices to Strengthen Operational Resilience, Basel Committee’s Principles for Operational Resiliency, and the recent enactment of the EU Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) underscores this, with implications extending to financial services and the likelihood of similar regulations emerging in other sectors. Many organizations are ill-prepared to manage third-party risk, grappling with limited visibility into supplier data and a lack of active monitoring capabilities. And, when challenges arise, executive leadership demands real-time impact analysis and swift resolutions.
Watch our webinar and delve deeper into these critical issues and discover how Accenture has built its strategy for enhancing operational resilience on the backbone of the ProcessUnity Vendor Risk Management platform and Interos’ pioneering ‘AI powered’ risk intelligence and insights.
Key learnings will include how to:
- Develop active threat monitoring
- Ensure a rapid response to disruptive events
- Identify critical services and suppliers
- Automate and supplement supplier data collection
- Report insights to senior leadership
David leads Accenture’s Information Security Supplier Risk Management (IS SCRM) program. Before SCRM, he held lead roles in Accenture’s Consulting and Outsourcing organizations. As for life outside of his career, he enjoys spending time with his wife, three boys, and two border collies. He also enjoys volunteering, mountain biking, golf, woodworking, tropical vacations, and sports cars.
A global supply chain architect and strategist with over 25 years of industry experience, Jennifer has been called on to share her expertise with numerous congressional committees and conferences, including the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, the Homeland Security Governmental Affairs Committee, and the U.S.– China Economic Security Review Commission. Jennifer is also a long-time advocate for empowering other female entrepreneurs, working on behalf of organizations including Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), where she served as a chairperson from 2010 through 2016. Jennifer was also previously selected as the U.S. delegate to the Women’s 20, an engagement group to the G20 focused on addressing gender inequality.
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