Boris Khazin is Global Head of Digital Risk Management/Governance, Risk and Compliance at EPAM Systems. Khazin has more than 20 years of management, consulting and product development experience in the financial services and fintech sectors. During his tenure at EPAM, he has led several GRC, business intelligence, enterprise analytics and organizational capability/maturity assessments to help clients identify, define and prioritize frameworks that guide them toward a desired future state. From this, he has developed a keen understanding of opportunities and challenges that arise when organizations adapt to change.
While businesses have taken risk management into the digital age, morphing governance, risk and compliance into digital risk management (DRM), many organizations missed one vital component of DRM —
namely, compliance as a code.
While offering incredible conveniences, mobile apps are also a vehicle for malicious hackers to obtain sensitive data and personal information. But before we dive into the work of hackers, it is important to understand user privacy.
As a more encompassing and modern approach that extends not only governance, risk and compliance capabilities but also Integrated Risk Management and Enterprise Risk Management, digital risk management provides new tools and techniques risk professionals can interweave into operations and technology with unprecedented detail to strengthening the enterprise.