Workshop on Risk Management - The Knowns and the Unknowns
This one-day workshop on Risk Management – The Knowns and the Unknowns will be presented by Ros O'Shea and Conor Flynn.
Booking and Cancellation Policy
Places can only be confirmed on receipt of full payment. Cancellations will be accepted if received in writing by Monday, 9th October 2017. However, there will be a 50% cancellation charge. All fees are forfeited thereafter. Workshop fees are also non-transferrable.
IoD workshops may be eligible for CPD, including Chartered Director CPD, please check with your relevant professional body. IoD workshops are admissible as part of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) CPD Scheme and would count towards “Active” learning. Workshops may also be eligible for CPD with Chartered Accountants Ireland, the Law Society of Ireland and the Institute of Banking. Please check with your relevant professional body or contact Sheila Byrne at 01 411 0010 for further information.
|Ros O'Shea , Partner, Acorn Governance Solutions | Conor Flynn , Independent Information Security Consultant and Advisor|
|09:00 - 16:30|
|€395 ex VAT IoD members / €455 ex VAT non-members|
|Irish Management Institute, 16 Sandyford Road, Sandyford, Dublin 16|
|Places Available (Limited Places Remaining)|
Ros is a highly experienced executive with a career spanning almost 20 years working with the board and executive of two of Ireland’s largest and most-respected companies: CRH plc, where she was Head of Group Compliance & Ethics, and Smurfit Kappa Group plc. Ros is a partner in Acorn Governance Solutions, a consulting firm providing advice and leadership training in governance, culture, risk, compliance and business integrity. She runs programmes on these topics for the Institute of Directors, Chartered Accountants Ireland and UCD Smurfit Graduate Business School and is also Programme Director for the Diploma in Governance & Compliance at the IMI.
She is a board director of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and sits on the board and the audit & risk committee of the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital. Ros has first class honours business and masters degrees from UCD, a professional diploma in Corporate Governance from UCD Smurfit Graduate Business School, is an associate of the Institute of Tax and a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. She is also author of the book “Leading with Integrity – a Practical Guide to Business Ethics”, published in May 2016.
Conor Flynn has established his reputation as an independent information security consultant and advisor to many of the largest public and private sector organisations in Ireland. He also regularly has articles published in national print media and provides commentary to major radio and television services.
Conor formed a specialist security consulting firm focusing on the public sector and financial services sector known as Information Security Assurance Services Ltd.
Over the last number of years, ISAS has become a trusted advisor for a number of public sector bodies. These include the Central Bank of Ireland, Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Department of Justice & Equality, Department of Defence, Department of Public Expenditure & Reform, and the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade. In the private sector, the following are some of the clients that retain ISAS: Paddy Power, Friends First, SMBC Aviation Capital, BWG Foods, Certus, CPSMA, Dunmore Advisors, KBC, Thornton & Partners, AQMetrics, and Gaelectric.
ISAS has been able to provide support, and direction, to the leadership teams of a number of Government departments in matters relating to information security and cyber issues. Similar services have been provided to boards of directors, audit & risk committees and other senior management teams in the private sector.
ISAS achieved ISO27001:2013 certification in 2016.
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