The Benefits of Applying Strong IT Risk Management Practices

Strategies to Solidify Organizational IT Governance to Drive Profound Business Value
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Aug. 22, 2012 - PRLog -- New York, NY - As a result of unparalleled corporate scandals and failures in global businesses, corporations are facing stricter regulations, cost pressures and a heightened focus on IT Governance, risk and compliance.  Applying strong IT risk management practices will provide tangible business benefits, fewer operational surprises, increased information quality, greater stakeholder confidence and reduced regulatory concerns.

However, as there is no “one-size-fits-all” program, it is imperative that directors understand, identify and implement a strong IT Governance framework that communicates the proper management of operational risk.

There must, then, be a return-on-investment for the significant resources driven into information technology as well, making expenditures regarding IT Governance a hot-topic around the world.

Recognizing the challenges of cost, fluctuating regulations and uncertainty about new technologies, IQPC’s IT Governance Conference provides details of a pragmatic approach to enterprise-wide IT Governance.

IQPC’s IT Governance Conference will seek to deliver new directions for strategy, emerging regulations regarding IT Governance and a cultured environment fostering new networks for professionals.  This conference features robust panel discussions and in-depth case studies from leaders in IT security:

•   Cynthia Nustad, SVP – Chief Information Officer (HMS Holdings Corp.)
•   Christopher Leigh, Compliance & Risk Management (United Technologies Corporation)
•   Thomas Byrd, Sr. Manager Information Technology & Forensic Investigation (Baker Hughes)
•   Todd Coombes, SVP – Chief Information Officer (CNO Financial)
•   Monica McManus, VP & Chief Information Officer – Information Systems and Global Solutions (Lockheed Martin)
•   Lisa M. Salter, Director – IT Planning & Governance (Cox Enterprises, Inc.)
•   Gautam Sachdev, Senior Vice President – Global Banking Markets, Americas (HSBC Securities USA, Inc.)
•   Janice Innis-Thompson, SVP & Chief Compliance Officer (TIAA-CREF)

IQPC’s IT Governance Conference takes place November 5-6, 2012, in New York, NY.  To learn more about this conference, please visit

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