Category: chris hanlon

Webinar – Monitoring & Managing Compliance with GDPR

By chris hanlon / March 25, 2019

Webinar – Monitoring & Managing Compliance with GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been described as the biggest data protection change in a generation, and has already altered how businesses handle data for the foreseeable future. With GDPR now in play, we continue to examine how its implementation has panned out so far, what have…

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Webinar – Vendor Due Diligence

By chris hanlon / March 1, 2019

Webinar – Vendor Due Diligence Regulators, Boards and other Stakeholders are becoming increasingly concerned with organisations’ dependency on key suppliers / vendors. As a result, many organisations have introduced a Vendor / Supplier Due Diligence programme. However, there is a tendency for a lot of organisations to focus only on initial due diligence prior to the signing of a contract and…

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National Data Protection Conference – 6th March 2019

By chris hanlon / February 20, 2019

National Data Protection Conference – 6th March 2019 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been described as the biggest data protection change in a generation, and has already altered how businesses handle data for the foreseeable future. With GDPR now in play, this conference examines how its implementation has panned out so far, what have…

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ILRS partner with CalQRisk

By chris hanlon / January 25, 2019

ILRS partner with CalQRisk We’re delighted to announce our partnership with The Institute of Legal Research and Standards (ILRS). ILRS have partnered with CalQRisk to facilitate the delivery of the Q Standards implementation and audit processes. The Q Standard is the quality, risk and practice management standard developed to fit into the busy work schedule…

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Webinar – What is Risk Appetite?

By chris hanlon / January 24, 2019

Webinar – What is Risk Appetite? Regulators, Boards and other Stakeholders are asking more and more questions about Risk Appetite. Many organisations are now expected to have a documented Risk Appetite Statement but are unsure of where to start. In response to this we are hosting a 30 minute webinar, focusing on the concept of Risk Appetite, on Thurs Jan…

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SFA National Business Awards

By chris hanlon / December 5, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted in the Small Firms Association’s National Business Awards under the ‘Innovator of the Year’ category.

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10 Things You Need to Do If You Are Outsourcing an Activity

By chris hanlon / November 28, 2018

There is a growing trend in organisations relying on outsourced service providers (OSPs) to deliver (often key) elements of their overall service. When you surrender service activities, how can you be certain that your OSPs are operating to the standards you require? This can be of particular concern where the outsourcing organisation is a regulated…

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ISACA Ireland Annual Conference: GRC – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

By chris hanlon / November 7, 2018

We’re delighted to be part of the ISACA Ireland Annual Conference which takes place on November 16th in Croke Park. The theme for this one-day conference is Governance, Risk and Compliance – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. The conference will have three streams (Audit & Compliance, Management, and Security & Technical) running simultaneously throughout…

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GDPR Essentials – CPD Approved

By chris hanlon / October 26, 2018

With the implementation date of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now well behind us, we will be holding a 2-hour CPD approved session on GDPR Compliance on Friday, 23rd November at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Limerick.

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The ‘Brexit Risk’ to a Credit Union

By chris hanlon / October 9, 2018

What is the potential impact of Brexit on a credit union (CU)? To fully understand the question in risk terms, Brexit has to be viewed as an external context. Given the uncertainty surrounding the type of Brexit agreement that will actually materialise, let’s assume the worst-case and consider how that is likely to affect the…

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