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How to align effective processes and innovative technology to combat risks

In this webcast, panelists discuss the importance of establishing a program to protect critical assets from insider threats.

The financial, reputational and regulatory impact of having an organization’s critical assets stolen or damaged can be catastrophic. Anyone with trusted access can exploit the vulnerabilities that protect critical assets, which can cause financial and reputational damage. To mitigate these risks, organizations should establish a program to protect their critical assets from insider threats. EY will be joined by Microsoft and JPMorgan Chase colleagues to address the many common – and some unconventional – risk scenarios and to share perspectives on market-leading practices.

The discussion will focus on the topics below to help participants:

  • Understand how insider risk can impact business operations and how to effectively mitigate exposures.
  • Identify types of existing and emerging insider risks to increase awareness throughout the organization, as a business imperative.
  • Gain a view of the latest technology and understand how to be more effective with technology that may already be in place.


  • Meribeth Banaschik, EY Europe West Chief Innovation Officer


  • Doug Thomas, Managing Director, Global Security, Insider Threat, Counterintelligence, Workplace Violence & Prevention, JPMorgan Chase
  • Nancy Collins, Director, Advanced Compliance Cybersecurity Global Black Belt, Microsoft
  • Brenton Steenkamp, EY Netherlands Leader Forensic & Integrity Services in Western Europe and Maghreb region
  • Lou Bladel, Managing Director, EY U.S. Insider Risk Leader, Ernst & Young LLP


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