January 21, 2020
1:00–2:00 p.m. ET
Sophistication of the collection, analysis, and use of data is expanding exponentially, complicated by artificial intelligence. While the concept of risk related to data ethics is relatively new, CAEs predict that its relevance will grow rapidly over the next five years. The board and CAEs are somewhat more optimistic about their organizations’ capability to manage risks related to data ethics; however, all parties are aligned in their perspective that they lack significant knowledge on the risks. As the regulatory environment around data ethics evolves, all parties certainly must expand their knowledge of this risk. Based on the bold new OnRisk 2020 report — the only report that provides perspectives from all the key players in the risk management process: CAEs, executive management, and the board, this webinar will address organizational conduct and the potential associated reputational and financial damages for failure to establish proper data governance.
- Learn ways to construct governance around data collection and management.
- Understand the importance of having your organization’s code of conduct reviewed and acknowledged in writing by employees on a regular timeframe, inclusive of data-related elements.
- Create strategies to make customers aware of the data being collected on them and how it is being utilized.
- Develop a risk assessment plan regarding data to be collected, including risk reporting to executive management and the Board.
Topics / Key Words will include:
Data ethics, risk assessment, risk reporting, governance, data collection, OnRisk report, regulatory environment
Course Duration: 1 hour
CPEs Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Basic
Field of Study: Behavorial Ethics
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Senior Director, Compliance and Internal Control, Azlo
Dana Lawrence, CIA, CFSA, CRMA, CRVPM is the Sr. Director of Compliance and Internal Control at Azlo, a tech company that provides online banking services for small businesses. She possesses 17 years of experience working in the financial services and tech industry in a variety of audit, risk management, and compliance roles. She is active in the Institute of Internal Auditors and currently serves on the Global Financial Services Guidance Committee where she develops audit guidance and standards. She has also served as a Board Member, President and Vice President of the IIA Portland Chapter.
Allison Mutz, Esquire, JD, MA is the legal and control manager at Azlo Business, Inc., a tech company that provides online banking services for small businesses. Allison is an attorney that has worked in the Financial Technology industry and the technology industry. Allison is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and has worked on both GDPR and CCPA compliance as well as HIPPA.