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On The Risk Management show, we discuss the experiences and ideas behind what's working in Risk Management right now in our risky world.
You'll hear interviews with risk managers, CEOs and thought leaders who have compelling stories to share, new insights and just conversations with top professionals operating in the trenches to help you do your work better.

Episodes will feature topics such as: risk management, cyber security, credit risk, market risk, governance, fintech, regtech, risk and compliance, AML, fraud and other related topics.

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On The Risk Management show, we discuss the experiences and ideas behind what's working in Risk Management right now in our risky world.
You'll hear interviews with risk managers, CEOs and thought leaders who have compelling stories to share, new insights and just conversations with top professionals operating in the trenches to help you do your work better.

Episodes will feature topics such as: risk management, cyber security, credit risk, market risk, governance, fintech, regtech, risk and compliance, AML, fraud and other related topics.

    Interview with Ted Harrington, author of HACKABLE

    Interview with Ted Harrington, author of HACKABLE

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Ted Harrington.
    Ted is the author of "HACKABLE: How to Do Application Security Right", and the Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators (ISE). 
    In this interview we discussed the following questions:
    the main idea behind the book HACKABLE;
    What ethical hackers do and how they can help mitigate risks and help organisations do application security right;
    How organizations or software engineers should go about finding issues so we can build more secure solution;
    and more...

    • 38 min
    Interview with Will Anderson, CEO at Resolver

    Interview with Will Anderson, CEO at Resolver

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Will Anderson, CEO at Resolver which is an integrated risk management software for mid to large-sized organizations. . 
    In this interview we discussed the following questions:
    the importance of the first line data and Incident management;
    how Will is implementing his vision of empowering his clients to move faster;
    how to bring about relevance of Risk Management in organizations;
    transforming from Risk management to Risk Intelligence;
    using No-Code platform for Risk Management;
    what trends Will is seeing in the risk management discipline since the beginning of pandemic;
    how is IT team is structured at Resolver;
    what are the major trends in the GRC space?
    and more...

    • 20 min
    Interview with Chris Beall, CEO at ConnectAndSell

    Interview with Chris Beall, CEO at ConnectAndSell

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Chris Beall, CEO at ConnectAndSell. 
    In this interview we discussed the following questions:
    how GDPR, TCPA and other regulations affecting teams;
    How Chris has structured his IT team;
    tips on how to sell into highly regulated markets;
    and more...

    • 32 min
    Interview with Susanne Katus from Datamaran about ESG and External Risks

    Interview with Susanne Katus from Datamaran about ESG and External Risks

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Susanne Katus, Brand & Business Development and Corporate Secretary at Datamaran. 
    In this interview we discussed the following questions:
    What role does technology play in Risk Management and what investments risk management experts should be thinking about at this time?
    How does Datamaran use data to help manage external risk?
    What trends are you seeing in risk management since the beginning of the pandemic?
    Will the Biden administration affect the way companies manage risk?
    What are the biggest misconceptions about risk?
    What role does technology play in risk management?
    Where should risk managers be investing right now?
    What is the relationship between risk and ESG? and more...

    • 23 min
    Interview with Evgeny Likhoded about important aspects of Governance & Compliance

    Interview with Evgeny Likhoded about important aspects of Governance & Compliance

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Evgeny Likhoded,  CEO at ClauseMatch.
    We will talk about the important aspects such as work from home Evolution, evolution of ClauseMatch's Policy Portal and its impact on the market
    You can also listen to our previous interview with Evgeny  here  
     

    • 21 min
    Interview with Terisa Roberts from SAS about the role of AI/ML in Risk Management

    Interview with Terisa Roberts from SAS about the role of AI/ML in Risk Management

    Hello and welcome to the new episode of the Risk Management Show brought to you by Global Risk Community.
    This is your host Boris Agranovich and our guest today is Terisa Roberts, Director, and Global Solution lead for Risk Modeling and Decisioning at SAS.
    In this interview we discussed the following questions:
    How did COVID impacted risk models?
    Based on your work with regulators and firms around the world, what are some of the kinds of AI/ML applications that are delivering tangible benefit?
    With new technologies come new risks. What are the main challenges that firms are facing in the use of newer advanced technologies in risk management?
    Are existing model governance frameworks sufficient for AI/ML?
    and more...
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    Terisa explains in a few sentences what her team at SAS have been up to these days: SAS has always been a leader in providing world-class analytical solutions for a wide range of business applications. These include risk management, fraud detection and customer diligence as well. What is exciting for her at the moment is they started to move and make their solutions available on their SAS Wire which is a cloud native platform. So that opens up a whole lot of new opportunities to innovate.
    But the COVID-19 pandemic has massively disrupted our lives. How did it impact risk models? Terisa believes that there is a pre-covid saying that essentially, all models are wrong, some are useful which now can be transformed into Essentially, all models are wrong, some are useless. And yes, most turned out to be useless. That is just because the model inputs have moved outside of the calibration range of these models. The models have never seen the narrative of a pandemic play out. So we've seen lockdown measures in many countries that had an impact on unemployment and on movement restrictions, et cetera. We as individuals then have been massively disrupted, but so have the business models of companies.
    So we've seen disruption at a global scale. And what we noticed on the risk management front is that not all the industries were impacted in the same way. So some were harder hit, than others. And the recovery path is still uncertain of what will happen now. She just wants to add to that, that we saw both the traditional statistical and econometric models breakdown, as well as the newer algorithms such as machine learning.
    Both models have had trouble in coping. So financial institutions had to apply their own human judgment and make adjustments and management overlays with those in place for the models.
    Based on Terisa’s work with the financial and the regulators and the firms around the world, what are some of the kinds of AI/ML applications that are delivering tangible benefits? Well, what she sees with the use of AI and machine learning for risk management, it's really good at jobs that require repetition and that can be automated. So AI and machine learning is good at trolling through volumes and volumes of unstructured and structured data and picking up patterns that the human eye might miss. Possibly it's less glamorous than what we see in the movies, but definitely it's starting to pay off and deliver tangible benefits in the areas of credit scoring.
    So being able to offer credit and access to credit, to minority groups where perhaps the credit bureau funds are not available and also in the area of fraud detection and cybersecurity.
    And what did Terisa learn specifically as a risk management practitioner? Because with new technologies come new risks, what are the main challenges that firms are facing in the use of these new technologies? So in the area of risk management, she thinks there's still a lot of caution in the industry. These are known risks that we associate with the use of these more complex and sophisticated algorithms, say they lack transparency. It’

    • 17 min

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