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The Evolving Role of the Chief Risk Officer

August 2017 Webinar
Summer C. Fowler, Greg Porter (Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University)

In this webinar we discussed the challenges facing the CRO role and about how CMU's new CRO program can help you address those challenges.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

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Abstract

Carnegie Mellon University’s new Chief Risk Officer (CRO) Certificate Program provides domain leaders with the latest skills and practices in risk management. The focus is on what CROs need to know to thrive in their jobs, including how to interact with executive leadership and how to analyze and dispose of enterprise risks. This six-month program consists of nine modules: four at our Pittsburgh campus (requiring three on-site trips) and five via synchronous distance technology. The CMU CRO Certificate Program is being developed and delivered by Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Public Policy and Information Systems, its Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center, and the CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).
 
In this webinar we will discuss the challenges facing the CRO role and more about how this new program can help you address those challenges.
 
What Will Attendees Learn

  • New challenges facing the CRO Role
  • Evolving role of the CRO
  • Impact of cyber-risk on the CRO Role
  • Overview of the CMU CRO Certificate Program