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Requirement Roundtable: Incident Notification Requirements

April 12, 2024

10:00 - 10:50 AM


Join our insightful roundtable discussion on Incident Notification Requirements. In an ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, understanding and complying with incident notification requirements is crucial. This session will delve into the intricate facets of TPRM incident reporting, exploring regulatory frameworks, industry best practices, and emerging trends.

Experts in the field will share their experiences and insights, shedding light on the nuances of incident notification processes. Participants will gain valuable knowledge on crafting effective incident response plans, ensuring timely communication, and mitigating potential reputational and financial risks. Whether you're a seasoned professional in TPRM or new to the field, this roundtable offers a unique opportunity to engage in a dynamic exchange of ideas, learn from industry leaders, and enhance your understanding of incident notification requirements in the realm of Third-Party Risk Management.

Don't miss this chance to stay ahead in safeguarding your organization from threats.

Paul Kurtz | Director TPRM | KPMG

Paul Kurtz is the Director of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) at MerchantE, an end-to-end payment platform leader that provides flexible, secure payment processing for in-person and online payment acceptance. With three decades of experience in financial services, Paul’s Third-Party Risk experience dates to 2012 when he was asked to help build the TPRM program at SunTrust Bank, now Truist. Paul has held first and second line of defense TPRM roles with banks and financial service providers serving clients and financial institutions worldwide. Additionally, Paul has experience in card issuing and merchant services in both the private and public sectors with prior responsibilities in both client and vendor relationship management, loss prevention, fraud investigation and program management, including oversight of the State of Georgia’s purchasing card program. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, and he and his wife live in metro Atlanta and have a son at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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