Track I: Managing Risk & Compliance I
- TYPE: Track START DATE: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 START TIME: 11:00
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 11:00-12:00
Corporate Governance & Compliance - Current Developments and Trends in Europe
Klaus-Michael Thelemann, Ernst & Young AG
The European Union just recently adopted numerous directives, introducing a whole string of additional requirements for a “new” form of corporate governance. In this context, the changes to the Fourth, Seventh and Eighth EU Directives as well as the Transparency Directive are in the focus of particular interest - their provisions will intervene significantly in the corporate governance of all impacted companies. The new requirements aim at...
IT Governance - New Tasks for IT-Management
Dr. Wolfgang Johannsen, ITs okay
IT in Business is facing new requirements driven by simultaneously occurring forces. Particularly the quest for assessing the value contribution of IT, the introduction of more compliance rules, the search for ways to align Business and IT better and the need to manage security and risks are to be considered. The presentation addresses IT Governance as a comprehensive management approach within a newly understood IT-Business-Architecture. Frameworks will be discussed with respect to...
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 12:00-13:00
Mastering Risk: Results of a Recent Study on Enterprise Risk Management by Ernst & Young
Stephan Chrobok, Ernst & Young AG
ERM - current situation and future challenges Survey Approach Our Findings - a cross-stakeholder Perspective on Risk ERM Leading Practice Analysis The E&Y Perspective on Risk
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 14:00-15:00
Creating Business Value Through Compliance Automation
Tim Cole, KuppingerCole • Priska Altorfer, wikima4 AG • Jutta Neudeck, Pennova Systems AG
Compliance automation tools supply a wealth of information that can be used to create value within the enterprise. However, before organizations can access this hidden treasure they have to think long and hard about business processes and system integration. Done correctly, compliance automation can pay its own way by achieving significant ROI as well as auditability and security.
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 15:00-16:00
Compliance Automation - Vendor panel
Alberto Yépez, Oracle Corporation • Eckhard Völcker, Völcker Informatik AG • Marina Walser, Novell Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) • Gonzalo Cuatrecasas, Approva • Mel Holloway, Vaau Inc. • Michael Heckner, SAP AG
The number of so-called compliance automation tools being offered in the market continues to grow, but each vendor, it seems, has a very different idea of what such a tool really is. This is confusing for users and customers. The panel will try to find a common definition and will examine the different ways various vendors address the issue.
Date: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 Time: 16:30-17:30
A new Approach for Compliance Management
Marc Sel, PwC Belgium • Hanco Gerritse, KPN
KPN’s 'fixed network' division had to prepare for a SOX compliance review as from January 2007. KPN launched various parallel initiatives, including both an identity management improvement programme and a SOX compliance programme. The identity programme aimed at making sure the authorisations in the various applications were appropriate. The SOX compliance programme had as mission to demonstrate that KPN had sufficient control over...
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- May 07 - 10, 2007 Munich