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Webinar – The Future of Third Party Risk Management: Navigating the Risk and Reward of AI and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technologies are evolving rapidly, bringing the potential to transform Third Party Risk Programs and paving the way for remarkable efficiencies. With great promise comes significant risk that must be understood and mitigated. Dive into the cutting-edge world of AI and ML solutions for Third Party Risk Management. Panelists will share their expertise and preview Shared Assessments’ AI/ML Risk domain and associated controls aligning with NIST AI RMF.
  • Charlie Miller
    Senior Advisor, Shared Assessments
    Charlie Miller is a frequent speaker and a recognized expert in third-party risk. His key responsibilities include expanding the Shared Assessments Third-Party Risk Management membership-driven program, facilitating thought leadership, industry vertical strategy groups, continuous monitoring / operational technology working groups, and loT research studies.
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  • Niall Browne
    Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Palo Alto Networks
    Niall Browne is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Palo Alto Networks. Niall is passionate about helping secure businesses in the cloud. Virtually every company is going through a digital transformation journey to be able to compete and thrive, e.g. cloud, mobile, IoT, machine learning. At Palo Alto Networks, Niall leads the security team that is responsible for helping secure our services. Before joining Palo Alto Networks, Niall was the CSO of cloud platforms for the past sixteen years, including as the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Chief Trust Officer at Workday.
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  • Phil Bennett
    Manager, Information Security Governance, Horizontal Services, Navy Federal Credit Union, Vienna, Virginia
    Phil has led cyber security advisory and assurance teams in the financial sector since 2002. He has driven innovation in best practices for cyber security third party risk management at a top ten financial sector company. He also led the cyber security team providing input into M&A transactions. In March 2020, he joined the Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Virginia to lead cyber security horizontal governance functions including: metrics and related C-suite reporting, data security event management, phishing, education and awareness, and communications. Phil is passionate about making certain the implementation of cyber security-related governance and risk management solutions, and their operational processes, are practical to consider the organization's business drivers, culture, risk appetite, size, and budget. Phil holds the Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Shared Assessments Certified Third Party Risk Professional (CTPRP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certifications, and the M&A @ Columbia Business School certificate
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  • Daniel Christman
    Manager of AI Programs and Co-Founder, Cranium
    Daniel is a Manager of AI Programs and Co-founder of Cranium, the leading AI security and trust platform that spun out of the KPMG Studio in April 2023. Prior to Cranium, Daniel worked in the KPMG Cyber practice focusing on Third Party Security and Risk Management, driving innovative approaches to managing the third-party security lifecycle. While at KPMG, he additionally spearheaded the initiative to establish the AI Security Services practice, building the initial AI security framework for a Fortune 50 Life Sciences client.
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