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In less than 3 months, 34% of US employees have moved to working from home. A shift that CIOs and IT departments had anticipated would take 5 to 10 years to achieve. Moving forward, it also appears many organizations will now continue to allow their employees to work remotely. In response, IT leaders have accelerated their digital transformation initiatives to support this change. However, the impact of this unprecedented move to remote working has resulted in a new resurgence of Shadow IT risk and in particular the risk presented by end user computing applications that support an organizations regulatory financial and accounting processes.
Make no mistake, this is a very real and present danger. Reflecting this urgency, the hour-long webinar has a lot to cover and is therefore limited to the problem itself; its goal is not to promote but rather to inform and educate attendees.
Based on the latest data and research currently available it will be split into two parts. The first will focus on what we know about the types and extent of Shadow IT related risk that has already been introduced into your processes and then second looking at what research is telling us about the controls a company can typically expect to be compromised as new types of Shadow IT risk emerge, including those which will likely arrive undetected and become rapidly entrenched into your organizations accounting, financial reporting, and modeling cycles.