Risk and Security Concerns in RPA: How to build Governance, Audit and Security for an Enterprise Deployment of RPA

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Thursday, February 16, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST
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For many enterprises considering robotic process automation, concerns around security are preventing action amid fear of an army of robots potentially running amok across its systems. The danger is that in the current feeding frenzy, it's tempting to build a ‘quick and dirty’ robotic capability that lacks security, scalability, and sustainability.  

In this webinar we will discuss how to build a secure Digital Workforce with an enterprise RPA platform, whilst managing the many types of operational and technical risks that deployment can create. Kevin Mowles, of Leeds Building Society, will explain how, in a highly regulated financial industry, his team developed procedures and operating models that ensure safe, secure and governed RPA deployments.

Find out how to build governance, audit and security into your enterprise deployment of RPA.

Also hear from Pat Geary, CMO of Blue Prism and the inventor of the term RPA, who will explain how to avoid and mitigate risks and build a secure and resilient Digital Workforce. 

A Look at a Few Real World Industry Use Cases – by Blueprism 

*This webinar was previously recorded as a session in the 2nd Robotic Process Automation World Series on February 14th*

Presenters:

Kevin Mowles
Head of Business Support
Leeds Building Society


Pat Geary
Chief Marketing Officer
Blue Prism

Pat Geary has over 20 years of international marketing experience across a range of large multinational and start up software and hardware businesses.