Implementation of the DORA requirements in the Archer GRC tool (akce již proběhla)

location Online 28. 6. 2023, 14:00

The Regulation on Digital Operational Resilience for the Financial Sector (2020/0266(COD), known as DORA) entered into force in January 2023. From this moment on, financial institutions have 24 months to implement the necessary measures or update existing procedures to comply with all the requirements introduced by the new regulation.

If your company is impacted by the new regulation as well, feel free to join our webinar where we will not only summarise what the new DORA rules entail, but also illustrate how to address and manage related corporate compliance using Archer, one of the available GRC tools. We will present the benefits of using this tool as well as examples of specific solutions so that your company is prepared in time for all the regulatory developments in the field of digital operational resilience.


Jana Štubňová, Specialist Lead, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Jana is a Manager in the Risk Advisory function of Deloitte Czech Republic. She specialises in advisory related to operational risk management and implementation of risk management systems. She has extensive experience in methodical risk management and compliance management, especially in the field of cybersecurity in the financial sector.

Martin Antoš, Senior Consultant, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Martin has more than 7 years of experience in the areas of project management, quality assurance, testing, IT audits, business process level assessment, cyber security, and business operations. His expertise includes new regulations such as DORA, NIS2, or DSA, and he also has experience in evaluating and auditing systems in the SAFe environment.

Luciano Veronese, Principal Sales Engineer, Archer
Luciano has been a tech professional for more than 30 years and has gained extensive experience in the IT and security industry. Over the last +10 years, Luciano has focused exclusively on GRC technologies (Archer) covering all typical governance risk and compliance domains – risk management, regulatory compliance, business resilience, internal audit, IT and security risk, third-party risk, etc. He specialises in IT/InfoSec and operational risk management and he has the OpenFAIR certification (FAIR is the leading cyber risk quantification methodology). Since 2020, he has focused on the Bow Tie analysis and risk quantification methodologies, as well as on operational resilience and ESG.

The event is not intended for advisors and employees of companies engaged in advisory services. Deloitte reserves the right to create the list of participants.