GRC can help you align IT activities to business goals, manage risk effectively and stay on top of compliance

Advances in information technology continue to drive business enablement and profitability across all industries. With the advances and greater reliance on information technology, there comes an ever-increasing risk to the business. In some cases, business process has become so dependent on technology that conventional business process controls can no longer offset general IT controls. This, taken with the reality of increased threat of cyber criminals and terrorists, makes it more important than ever for companies, governmental entities, and other organizations to have a solid IT Governance, Risk and Compliance (IT GRC) program. Implementing a comprehensive and innovative governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) program enables organizations to address the multiple factors that are essential in managing and controlling enterprise risk.

The 2nd Kuwait IT Governance, Risk & Compliance Forum targets specialists in auditing, insurance, compliance, risk, security, strategy and governance in government and private bodies. The program will include the following main themes:

  • Auditing of information systems and insurance
  • Governance, risk and management
  • Compliance and privacy
  • Security and electronic security
  • Communicating IT risks to stakeholders
  • Building effective data governance programs

Why Attend?

A can’t miss event for anyone responsible for risk management, compliance, and controls, administration, or audit in their organizations. The agenda is being developed as a roadmap that will explain:

  • Why governance, risk, and compliance are important to your organization
  • How to identify your company’s areas of risk and risk appetite
  • Current trends that GRC professionals are facing in today’s changing risk landscape
  • Methods to mitigate the risks associated with the new digital and customer dynamics
  • How to prepare your GRC program through contextual risk insight, continuous monitoring, and strategic risk resilience
  • Ways that technology can support a strong “GRC culture” and increase transparency

Who Should Attend?

  • IT governance, risk & compliance specialists
  • Chief legal counsel, security, and process officers
  • Chief compliance officers
  • Chief data and digital officers
  • Information security managers and architects
  • Enterprise security managers and architects
  • Enterprise mobility managers
  • Business continuity managers
  • Data security and management professionals
  • IT auditors
  • IT and business analysts and consultants
  • IT/MIS managers
  • Strategic planners

Call for Speakers

If you would like to participate in The GRC Conference as a speaker or workshop instructor, please contact:

Kindly include the following brief details of your proposed presentation:

  • Title and Abstract
  • Speaker’s short biography
  • Full contact information (title, address, e-mail, phone & fax)


Conference Fee

250 KWD

Lunch & refreshments

Conference & Workshop Fee

350 KWD

Lunch & refreshments

Workshop Fee

150 KWD

Lunch & refreshments


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