•  August 17, 2021
     10:00 am - 11:00 am (Eastern)

This event is hosted by the University of Maryland and provided here for informational purposes. AFERM is not a sponsor of this event.

The Center for Financial Policy (CFP) at the University of Maryland’s (UMD) Robert H. Smith School of Business is putting on a free cyber security webinar on Tuesday, August 17th at 10 am ET.  UMD’s Clifford Rossi, former Chief Risk Officer (CRO) for Citigroup’s Consumer Lending Division, will join Deloitte Government & Public Services Cyber Strategic Growth Offering Leader, Tim Li, to discuss cybersecurity risk management and the growing role that it plays in running an effective risk program. Registration for the event, titled Elevating your Cyber Security Risk Management Awareness and Capabilities, is now open to the public! There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. For more information and registration details, please click on the link here.

This event is hosted by the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, Please feel free to reach out to rhsmith-execed@umd.edu with any questions surrounding this event. AFERM cannot process registrations or answer questions about this event.

This event is a preview for UMD’s Federal Risk Academy, launching this fall.  CFP and Deloitte have jointly developed and will deliver a risk management training program for government risk and financial professionals, including thought leadership, training, and special events tailored to the US Government and financial services industry. The Maryland Smith Federal Risk Academy will include modules on:

  • Building a Sustainable Risk Management Program
  • Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Credit Risk
  • Cyber Risk and Mitigation for Regulators
  • Risk Modeling and Governing
  • Liquidity and Capital Risks
  • Operational and Regulatory Risk Management
  • Climate Change and Financial Risk Management

To register for the full certificate program and for more information, visit the program website here. Don’t wait to register! The regular program fee for an individual is $2,995, however, interested students can email rhsmith-execed@umd.edu for discounts for early bird registrations, multiple individuals from the same organization, and University of Maryland and Big 10 alumni.


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