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Navigating the Impact of DORA: What US Companies should know about the new EU DORA Regulation

The Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) affects US-based organizations that provide financial services in the EU or offer third-party services to EU financial services companies. This session aims to provide an understanding of DORA, including its compliance expectations, and offers practical guidance on how US firms can prepare for DORA.

Learning Objectives:

  • • Gain awareness of DORA and how it fits into the EU operational resilience framework
  • • Understand what impacts DORA will have on the 5 core service areas
  • • Gain context and background to make informed decisions on planning for DORA compliance
  • Gary Roboff
    Senior Advisor, Shared Assessments
    Gary Roboff is a Senior Advisor to Shared Assessments where he focuses on payments, risk management, mobile financial services, and information management. Gary has almost four decades of experience in financial services planning and management, including 25 years at JP Morgan Chase where he retired as Senior Vice President of Electronic Commerce. Gary has worked extensively in electronic payments, payments fraud, third party risk management, privacy, and information utilization, as well as business frameworks and standards for electronic commerce applications.
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  • Joe Long
    Director, Business and Operational Resilience, MorganFranklin Consulting, Cybersecurity
    As a director in MorganFranklin Cyber’s Operational Resilience practice, Joe brings nearly 30 years of industry and management consulting experience where he has led numerous organizations through the process of planning, developing, and embedding risk management programs. With a focus on the integration of risk disciplines, Joe specializes in business continuity, operational risk management and crisis management. Most recently, Joe led the development and implementation of an Operational Risk and Resilience Program for a US-based, Global Asset Management firm. As a new program within the organization, the project focused on the development of an operational risk governance structure, risk assessment framework, policies, and procedures. Joe also leveraged existing business continuity plans to develop, organize, and facilitate a global tabletop exercise for the Macro and Equities Trading functions spanning the firm’s Chicago, New York, and London offices. Prior to joining MorganFranklin, Joe served as the Global Director of Business Continuity and Crisis Management for a large, multinational organization, where he successfully led the development and implementation of an Enterprise-wide Operational Resilience Program across the US, Middle East, Europe, South America, and Asia. Joe earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of South Carolina and a MBA from the University of Miami. He is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), and holds an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation from the Insurance Institute of America (IIA).
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  • Robert Jonson
    Senior Manager | Cyber Resilience & Recovery, MorganFranklin Consulting
    Robert is a Senior Manager in Morgan Franklin's cybersecurity practice where he assists his clients in enhancing their resilience posture across all key operational resilience domains. With over 20 years of experience, Robert specializes in designing and implementing effective solutions to mitigate business disruptions, ensuring continuance of operational continuity for his clients.
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