Episode 13 : DORA : What does it mean for the financial crime compliance sector?
Join us for our 13th episode of Neterium Talks on Thursday 29th February 2024 at 4PM CET where we will delve into "DORA: What does it mean for the financial crime compliance sector?" with Christopher Stringham, Global Account Manager Neterium.
The European Union's "Digital Operational Resilience Act", known as DORA, stands as a transformative force, fundamentally reshaping the operational landscape and compliance protocols within financial institutions. Join us for our next Neterium Talks to learn about DORA and why it is crucial for the financial sector. We will explore what DORA is, why it matters to financial organisations, and the benefits of compliance. Don't miss this opportunity to understand the essentials of DORA and its significance in the FCC industry.
The session will end with an open Q&A, where we can exchange ideas and discuss your thoughts.
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