Enterprise Risk Management News
James Bone, a lecturer for the M.S. in Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, presented at the Society for Risk Analysis' World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa earlier this month.
Fintech and Applied Analytics student clubs from SPS recently hosted a panel on the future of fintech in collaboration with the Fintech club from Columbia Business School.
Xiao Xiao (’17SPS, Enterprise Risk Management) came to the program with an impressive track record in business and, since graduating, joined a consultancy where she advises JPMorgan Chase on compliance risk management.
James Bone, a lecturer for the Enterprise Risk Management program at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies, says human error is especially a problem when it comes to managing cyber exposures.
First available for students starting the M.S. in Enterprise Risk Management program in fall 2019 or later, the online option features the same renowned curriculum, courses, and faculty as the School’s on-campus program.
From Russian election meddling to North Korean computer warfare, cybersecurity issues have roared into the center of daily life at tremendous speed. At times, these developments can seem overwhelming. So we checked in with an expert to find out what, exactly, we need to know.
Students from a range of SPS master’s programs, including Applied Analytics, Enterprise Risk Management, Nonprofit Management, Sports Management, Strategic Communication, and Sustainability Management, recently entered the Gender Diversity Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Nasdaq and Parity.org.
In a new white paper, Sim Segal provides a practical ERM framework that governments could implement at the national level.
In November, students from the Enterprise Risk Management and Technology Management programs convened to discuss digital data and privacy for The Dean’s Circle, a recurring discussion group Dean Jason Wingard holds with small groups of high-performing SPS master’s students.
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