Problems to Solve in GRC

Tuesday 5 March 2019, 6.00pm - 9.00pm

BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Map

BCS Members: £10 + £1.19 fee + VAT
Non-members: £5 + £0.89 fee + VAT


  • Registration: 6.00pm
  • Start: 6.30pm
  • End: 7.30pm
  • Networking: Till 9.30pm

About the speakers:

Stephen Hall - CDPO CIPP/E CIPM

Over 20 years’ experience in managing specialist consultancy services and IT Infrastructure management. Stephen is well-versed in service delivery, which includes developing and implementing specialist software for information security, business continuity management, and governance risk & compliance (GRC). Stephen has been actively engaged in data privacy (GDPR) programmes for the past 3 years, with its strong relationship to information and cyber security.

Charles Critchley - MBCI

Over 15 years’ experience as a professional consultant working with senior leadership teams in blue chip organisations, helping them to reach complex standards and industry best practices, both internal and international, through integrating multi discipline management systems such as Privacy, ISO 27001; 22301; 9001; 14001 and 45001 and CSR (SA 8000).


Problems to Solve in GRC

Integrated Risk Management

Global market reaction of over 23 updated Regulations, Acts, Bills and legislations around the world regarding Personal Privacy, demands quantifiable risk profiles to be managed and controlled coherently with operational and enterprise risks.

Harmonisation of Compliance / Regulations

Global harmonisation of standards and regulations through an integrated risk management solution, based on international good practices of ISO compliance, unifying and presenting informed Enterprise Risk Management over contractual and legislative obligations.

Case Study - A Risky Journey

A single GRC solution/measure for multi standards/regulations, threading operational risk from the inception of client data, flowing throughout the organisation, down to the monitored control procedures within functions, negating negligence and exposure to reputational fines.