Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center: At Carnegie Mellon University, sponsored by PwC

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Investing in research to develop next-generation solutions

Today’s fast-changing risk and regulatory environment is forcing rapid development of new technologies for monitoring, protection, and compliance. To provide companies with cutting-edge risk management solutions that help them more effectively manage their business and meet their strategic objectives of today and tomorrow, PwC is proud to sponsor the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center.

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“We’re investing in a future where our clients in both non- and regulated industries and public safety can maximize technology to solve their biggest challenges.”

Dean Simone,Partner

About the center

The CMU Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center sponsored by PwC advances how businesses and organizations use technology to solve organization-wide issues and address compliance requirements. The Center is devoted to supporting education and research in critical areas such as information privacy and security, audit innovation, and data analytics in highly regulated industries, including designing, implementing and optimizing transaction monitoring systems to address risk, regulatory and compliance problems.

Cybersecurity & Privacy

  • In the absence of standardized cybersecurity regulations, organizations need to develop cybersecurity strategies that includes effective governance, robust controls, maintenance of a dynamic lifecycle data inventory, and promotion of an organization-wide security and privacy mindset.
  • Continuous evolution and adoption of new security technologies also helps organizations stay a step ahead of the next punch.

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Data Analytics

  • With their ability to unlock hidden patterns and meanings within diverse data sets, data analytics are the key to understanding not only what is happening with an organization’s stakeholders and operations, but what might happen next.
  • For businesses, analytics can facilitate continuous, full-population testing and real-time monitoring and surveillance to better satisfy regulatory demands.

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Safe Cities

  • Launched in 2015 to improve relations between citizens and police, the White House’s Police Data Initiative brings together law enforcement, technologists, and researchers to identify ways in which data can be leveraged to increase departmental transparency, build community trust, and strengthen police accountability.


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How we can help

Today's business environment is different. More complex. More connected. Companies not only face new and unknown risks, but also new and untapped opportunities. PwC Risk Assurance is at the forefront of this change, ready to transform how you perceive - and capitalize on - risk.


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Scott Greenfield

Digital Risk Solutions Leader, PwC US

John Sabatini

Financial Crimes Unit Leader, PwC US

Brian Schwartz

Partner and Primary Author of the Global Risk Study, Risk Assurance, PwC US

Neelam Sharma

Project Leader, Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center, PwC US

Michael Baccala

US Assurance Innovation Leader, PwC US

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