Irish company makes shortlist for Global Risk Awards

Business, Technology | Fri 15 Apr | Author – Business & Finance
Paul C Dwyer
Paul C Dwyer, CEO, Cyber Risk International

Irish risk management company Cyber Risk International included on shortlist for Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Global Risk Awards taking place tomorrow, April 15th in London.

The IRM – and independent, not-for-profit organisation – is the leading body for professional risk management, providing globally recognised qualifications and training, publish research and guidance and set professional standards.

High standards of quality and integrity are vital to the success of the risk profession and the IRM’s professional standards framework defines the knowledge, skills and behaviours today’s risk professionals need to meet the demands of an increasingly complex and challenging business environment.

IRM’s Global Risk Awards are the risk world’s answer to the Oscars when individuals and teams that have made significant contributions and paved the way for innovation and excellence in risk are celebrated.

The event brings together over 500 risk professionals from across the world against a backdrop of entertainment with the elite of the industry’s risk leaders.

This year’s Awards at the London Hilton, Park Lane will be presented by BBC personality Gabby Logan.

Cyber Risk International is shortlisted in the ‘Cyber Risk Strategy of the Year’ category.

The company’s approach is to marry cyber security with risk management to deliver effective cyber risk management. Cyber Risk International is comprised of some of the most experienced and qualified cyber risk experts in the world, working from the top down to enable the C-suite to understand and strategically govern cyber risk.

In more good news for the Irish, Clare-based company CalQRisk were also shortlisted in the ‘Risk Management Solution of the Year’ at the Awards.