In this episode we’re joined by Rick Roybal, Vendor-Risk Management “activist”, author, and speaker. Rick has worked in the oil and gas industry for over 15 years and talks about the importance of having controls and systems in place to minimize risk financially and also in health and safety.
2:25 How a degree in Russian led Rick down his career path
4:16 What is the role of an auditor?
7:12 Why is vendor risk management so important
11:19 How audits have changed in times of COVID19
14:11 Data risk and cyber attacks
17:50 How often does ransomware hit the oil and gas industry?
24:32 When most companies bring in an auditor
26:55 Best procedures for companies to put in place if they can’t afford an ongoing auditor
31:24 The internal process when a company brings in an auditor
33:46 Vendor Roundtable
38:11 Next Vendor Roundtable meeting and how to register
Vendor-Risk Management “activist”, author, and speaker, Rick Roybal has worked in the oil and gas industry for over 15 years. His early career in technical writing fostered a desire for organizational policy and procedural development. Today, Rick is a project manager for Martindale Consultants. Rick also serves as the President and Chair of the Vendor Roundtable. Rick has earned three degrees: B.A. Russian, M.A. Linguistics, and M.B.A. Finance & Accounting. Rick is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
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