Ideagen’s Chief Customer Officer (CCO) is to present at a key GRC and integrated risk management event in Dubai which is set to bring together the leading minds, programs and frameworks in the region.
Ben Dorks, who oversees the complete customer experience for Ideagen’s clients, will present to delegates on Thursday, September 29th, at the Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum.
Mr Dorks will focus on risk management during his presentation – entitled ‘The Golden Thread: Achieve sustainable competitive advantage via risk-based compliance and oversight’.
Mr Dorks said: “As global thought leaders, Ideagen prides itself on being a ‘go to’ vendor for clients operating in the field of GRC and integrated risk management.
“Our Ideagen Pentana product is used by over 450 organisations worldwide and across a variety of industries, helping to improve accountability through the Golden Thread concept.
“The ‘Golden Thread’ takes the objectives of a business, running through the risks preventing it from achieving them, down to the controls and into the internal audit practice itself. By adopting this approach, organisations can ensure that the audit is actually supporting the business and driving it forward rather than holding it back.
“I am looking forward to covering this subject in much more detail at the upcoming Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum and I am intrigued to find out the varying viewpoints from some of the key leaders and organisations operating in the region.”
The 2016 Governance, Risk and Compliance Forum will be held over two days later this month between Wednesday, September 28th and Thursday, September 29th at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dubai Deira Creek. The event will bring together thought leaders, analysts and practitioners from the GCC region.
Among the agenda highlights will be topics covering corporate governance, HE&S Compliance Management and the Role of Technology in a Successful GRC programs.
Ideagen is a global leader in information management software and provides software and services to over 2,200 organisations in some of the most highly regulated industries in the world.