More Benefit, Less Burden from Your Risk Assessment Process


About the Webinar

Let’s talk Risk Assessment! Did you just cringe at those two words? As industry professionals, we get it. For many credit unions, risk assessment seems like a compulsory, tedious task. As you prepare for 2023, consider how you can change your mindset to appreciate the value in the risk assessment process. We’ll convince you that risk assessment is actually a beneficial exercise that can support and improve your credit union’s cyber readiness and compliance efforts. Are you ready to reevaluate your approach?

Join us for our webinar, “More Benefit, Less Burden from Your Risk Assessment Process,” on Thursday, December 1, at 2:00 pm EST to learn more about the benefits of a proactive approach to risk assessment, including:

  • Better conveying your program’s successes to internal and external audiences 
  • Strengthening decision-making and prioritization of initiatives 
  • Proactively pivoting to focus on new high-risk areas 
  • Consistent scoring and application of control profiles enterprise-wide  
  • Seamless portrayal of how internal controls support mitigating controls 
  • Robust audit trail proving how risk and internal control scores have evolved 
  • Improving how examiners view your institution’s risk culture 

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Presented By

Jessica Caballero
Jessica Caballero

Senior Product Manager Compliance and Risk, CERP, CRCM | DefenseStorm

Jessica was an examiner for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). After leaving the agency, she also worked as both a banker and a consultant focusing mainly on compliance and risk management. Since 2015, Jessica has applied her subject matter expertise to the creation of technology solutions that solve critical problems for financial institutions. At DefenseStorm, she leads product decisions specific to compliance and risk as a Senior Product Manager. Jessica earned her bachelor’s degree in business economics from Texas State University and achieved the Certified Enterprise Risk Professional (CERP) and Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) designations from the American Banker Association (ABA).