Vice President, Risk & Compliance, NTT DATA Services
Edmund Tribue is the Risk and Compliance Practice Leader for NTT DATA Services. With more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, Edmund has held senior positions focusing on consumer and small business lending and credit management functions, acquiring vast experience in Lifecycle Credit Risk Management, Operational Risk Management, Fraud Management and Regulatory Compliance. Prior to joining NTT DATA, Edmund was Director for Card and Payments at PwC. A member of many industry groups, Edmund publishes regularly in trade publications on risk, AML and KYC.
As supply chains have steadily grown in sophistication and complexity, the accompanying risks have also increased – and as we’ve seen in recent years, disruptions can have far-reaching consequences. Effective third party vendor risk management and harnessing technology are both crucial in streamlining and strengthening global supply chains. But where should leaders start?
As our digital abilities become increasingly sophisticated, our cybersecurity measures develop at the same pace that a cybercriminal’s savviness also can. Businesses must continue to take the right measures to protect their futures with the developments of remote access and other digitization efforts.
In such turbulent times, with a global pandemic and the drive towards the digital world, dependence on cyber safety and consumer trust only becomes increasingly important. Technology continues to develop in complexity, as do our methods to mediate it, but it’s imperative that we don’t forget the human side of risk, too.