GRC Conference 2019
London, 17th October

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Agenda

This is the London 2018 Agenda. Please check back for the 2019 agenda soon.

TimeDescription
08.30Registration & Coffee: Explore The Showcase Solution Area
09.30Conference Welcome...
Keith Ricketts, VP Marketing, Sword Active Risk
09.45 What's Next...
Nick Scully, Chief Executive Officer, Sword Active Risk
10.00Key Note Speaker: Stella Rimington
Stella Rimington, former Director General of MI5. Thought to be the inspiration for the fictitious James Bond character M (as played by Dame Judi Dench), Stella Rimington was the first woman to be appointed Director-General of MI5. Stella's story, full of risk and covert anecdotes.
11.00Break
11.30 The Technology Vision & What's New In ARM 11
Matt Sharpe, VP Engineering, Sword Active Risk
Matt Brown, Solution Consultant, Sword Active Risk
12.30 Defence Equipment and Support - UK Ministry of Defence
Oli Baker, Risk Manager
13.00 Lunch Tea, Coffee and Networking
14.00 The Risk of Compliance
Mark Brown, VP Market Development & Services, Sword Active Risk
14.30 ARM Compliance Manager & Demonstration
Matt Brown, Solution Consultant, Sword Active Risk
15.00 Afternoon Tea, Coffee and Networking
15.30Active Risk Manager 12 and Beyond...
Matt Sharpe, VP Engineering, Sword Active Risk
John Frain, VP of Support, Sword Active Risk
Ian Shaw, ARM Product Manager, Sword Active Risk
16.00Guest Speaker: David Spiegelhalter
'Professor Risk' is a distinguished statistician and a born communicator, as seen in BBC's Tales You Win. Just as Kahneman distinguishes between emotional and analytic decision-making, David focuses on the difference between how we think and how we feel about risk. Numbers don’t speak for themselves; we are influenced by how they’re expressed - in relation to anything from healthy eating to climate change. David explains how to weigh up the real risk.
16.30 Final Words & Close...
Keith Ricketts, VP Marketing, Sword Active Risk
16.35Networking & Complimentary Champagne and Canapes Reception