THE 13TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN GDPR, GRC AND DATA PROTECTION DAY
GRAB A FRONT ROW SEAT AT THE 13TH ANNUAL EUROPEAN GDPR, GRC AND DATA PROTECTION DAY, TO GET THE UPDATED GUIDANCE ON CURRENT TOPICAL AND TIMELY CORPORATE ISSUES
The event is where board members, business leaders CxO, technologists and professionals across all trades gather to connect, learn, and discover how to address the aftermath and experiences of corporate crisis, collapses, scandals and the current upheaval that involve all stakeholders. Get clear strategic & operational guidance on the elements of the IT and Cybersecurity, GDPR and GRC process.
The annual event will guide the right amount of due diligence on the relevant corporate components to prevent or limit future corporate calamities and to avoid further distrust in the business and stakeholders.
The 13th annual European conference on the 9th of November 2020 will be an online event.
As usual, Lady Olga Maitland is the chairman and moderator.
In this newsletter, we are introducing keynote speaker on the topic of “Cognitive Diversity for Better Conduct: Identifying and Reporting on the Human Risk Factors”, Prof. Dr Roger Miles, Cambridge University, Judge Business School, and Hazards & Risk Research Group at King’s College London.
Another speaker, David Gyori, reports that cash is sharply declining in multiple companies, countries and societies. As we watch the exponential growth of cybercrime, digital financial fraud, the current realities create the phenomenon of a compliance disconnect.
At the online 13th annual European GRC/GDPR conference, we talk about multiple topical and timely disconnects and guide before it is too late.
- The COVID 19 and financial crisis has exhausted the global monetary toolbox
- Corporates have leveraged balance sheets due to low-interest rates and easy funding
- Financial institutions have exhausted their credit lines towards corporate borrowers
- COVID crisis leaves corporates hungry for cash creating a dangerous corporate funding gap
- Further relaxation of monetary conditions is problematic
- Private lenders or fiscal financing have to close this funding gap, and both alternatives are problematic
- Fear of inflation rising in the coming years
David Gyori will address the above topics at the 13th annual European conference with his speech; ‘Central Bank Digital Currencies versus Digital Fraud: The Great Digital Monetary Disconnect’ on the 9th of November 2020 as an online event.