Executives and Boards want visibility of their organisation’s cyber risks and controls. But who is responsible for cyber risk? And, how can a deeply technical area of risk be reported on in an easily consumed way?
The frequency and cost of cyber incidents are increasing for businesses. Boards have a key governance role in cyber risk management and decision-making to ensure their organisations are both secure and resilient. This involves clarity on the role and responsibilities of the Board as well as clarity on the organisation’s cyber risk profile.
Join Beau Murfitt, Chief Strategy and People Officer, and Brad Smith, Principal Consultant at Camms as they look at how organisations can effectively govern and oversee their cyber risks and in turn protect the interests of their stakeholders.Login
Brad is a subject matter expert in GRC, ESG, strategic planning, organisational performance, and business process improvement, and has 20+ years of experience at Camms. He has worked with more than 300 public and private sector organisations across the globe, providing consultancy services that align with corporate objectives and strategies. As a leader at Camms, Brad manages high-level consultancy projects, develops best practice methodologies, and project manages intelligent implementations. He has helped Camms implement globally competitive Corporate Performance Management and Business Intelligence solutions for clients across several regions.
Beau has over 20+ years of experience at Camms in roles across product development, customer support, and driving strategic direction as Chief Strategy Officer. He now focuses on all revenue-generating functions and ensuring long-term stability and growth for Camms. With his extensive professional development, including 4 years of TEC membership, and a Bachelor of Economics and MBA, Beau is well-equipped to navigate the GRC market and maximise client benefits from Camms solutions.