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/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/277385_low_jpg_srgb_1004253.jpgJoin EY and SAP for a joint webinar entitled “Effective control monitoring in today’s connected business world” at 9:30am BST/10.30am CEST on Wednesday 14th September.

The Internet of Things (IOT) provides companies with increased connectivity and allows businesses to operate in a more agile and efficient way, enabling closer connections with customers, distribution network and suppliers. On the flip side, these changes are also influencing the risk and control operations, which need to evolve with the same agility and efficiency.

With so much disruption occurring and the option of automated controls it is easy to be too conservative and risk overburdening the business at the expense of agility and clarity: just because something can be monitored doesn’t necessarily mean that it should.


On Wednesday, 14 September 2016, EY and SAP will be hosting a webcast to share our point of view around “Effective control monitoring in today’s connected business world”.

Please join this webcast to learn:

  • EY’s assessment of the current risk and controls landscape including a view from regulators and law makers
  • The latest thinking from EY and SAP on identifying the right risks and controls for your connected environment
  • How to form a roadmap and consideration for business case creation
  • How to connect within your SAP environment and beyond
  • Examples of the approach taken by other organizations

The webcast will be hosted by Martyn Proctor, Ernst & Young LLP, Executive Director within the EY Advisory Risk team along with a panel of professionals from EY and SAP including Neil Patrick, Director GRC CoE

This webcast is ideal for senior members of the risk and control community, IT architects and key process owners undergoing digital transformation. After attending we hope you will better understand key considerations in maintaining control in a digitally connected world.

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