Digital & Digital Transformation Resilience

The "Hellenic Association of Risk Managers" ( member of FERMA (Federation European of Risk Management Associations, & FECMA (Federation of European Credit Management Associations,, with the support of "Academics University of London Worldwide" and SEV and in collaboration with the "Risk Training Institute" of ICAP CRIF, present the "Digital & Digital Transformation Resilience"


Digital transformation is a critical priority for many companies across most industries, and in todays world of business is more than a catchphrase. Digital transformation is truly changing consumer and business experiences. No industry is immune to these competitive and global pressures, and the changes go beyond the actual products and services. Companies must conduct business where their customers are while marketing and selling their products through mobile, online, or social channels. Businesses must interact with their not-particularly-loyal customers in more simple, efficient, and satisfying ways through the customer life cycle. While this is the new reality, this new era also poses the creation of new risks maintaining at the same time the traditional risks at the highest level.

Organizational resilience refers to an entity’s capacity to anticipate, adapt, respond, and recover from a wide range of internal and external challenges, disruptions, and shocks while maintaining its core functions, values, and stakeholder relationships. Within a digital world with technology constant evolution the Digital Transformation Risks takes extreme significance and forces all companies to invest for organizational resilience.

Target Audience

In this module, participants will be able to understand and evaluate the importance of Digital Transformation and Operational Resilience Risks as a key component in managing entities’ new era of operation environments. The module analyses key digital transformation strategies, approaches and systemic cyber risks impacting the Digital Economy. The program is designed for all kind of companies willing to be, or already being, in the new digital era of operations, providing key insights and trends for digital growth against associated risks.

  • Board of Directors
  • Risk Management Executives
  • Business Units Managers
  • Internal / External Auditors
  • Compliance Managers
  • Decision Makers, Board Members, CEOs
  • CIOs and CISOs
  • Risk Manager / Officers
  • Academics

Subject Areas

  • Risk Management Essentials
  • ICT Risk Management
  • Organization & Governance Requirements
  • Third Party Risk Management
  • Business Continuity Management
  • Incident Response (framework, management, requirements)
  • Cybersecurity policies framework and requirements
  • Legal aspects of DORA requirements

What you will learn

In this module, participants will evaluate the implications of the Digital Transformation Risks, EU Compliance initiatives against digital risks (i.e. Digital Operational Resilience Act - DORA). The module analyses systematic cyber risks impacting the EU Digital Economy and provides context for the DORA regulatory framework.  

  • Digital Era, Risk and Compliance
  • Digital Transformation Management
  • Overview of DORA.
  • Sectors affected by DORA.
  • Key definitions underpinning the Act.
  • Processes that come under the Act and are inspected.
  • Role of competent authorities.
  • Understanding the proportionality principle.
  • Penalties and how to apply remedial measures

Course Start Date
2 of October 2024

Cost of Attendance

  • 30 Hours
  • Live Online
  • Attendance Certificate
  • Subsidized by LAEK

Scientific Associate

Dimitris N.<br/>Koufopoulos, PhD
Dimitris N.
Koufopoulos, PhD
Director of University of London MBA Programmes,
Member of H.A.RI.MA.
Γιώργος <br/>Χλωµούδης Bsc, Msc
Χλωµούδης Bsc, Msc