|Event Date||Wed Jul 14 EDT (3 months ago)|
Crises can strike with little warning and range from hurricanes to economic crises to pandemics. While such shocks can wreak havoc on businesses, a business continuity plan (BCP) puts businesses in the best position to weather the storm or any event causing a crisis. A BCP is foundational to withstanding uncertain future events and critical to protecting from disruption that can lead to significant loss of value or business failure. Fraud risk mitigation is a critical, but sometimes underemphasized, element of a BCP. This webcast discusses key elements of BCP and how to imbed fraud risk mitigation throughout.
• Describe key elements of a business continuity plan.
• Identify critical business functions susceptible to disruption and fraud.
• Determine how to refine and update business continuity plans.
• Identify fraud risks present when implementing business continuity plans.
• Apply methods for incorporating fraud risk mitigation in business continuity plan.
• Design strategies for mitigating fraud risk during a crisis.
Audience: Chief Risk Officer; Chief Compliance Officer; Internal Audit; Chief Financial Officer; Chief Information Officer, Chief Operating Officer, General Counsel
Partner, Grant Thornton LLP
Senior Manager, Grant Thornton LLP