In principle, a C&E risk assessment helps an organization understand not only what its risks are but how to mitigate them.
Maurice Gilbert and Jim DeLoach discuss managing risk in today’s changing environment…
I know more about your risk program than you realize, and that’s why I know its failing. I also know that as much as 55 percent of the cost of all risk programs is wasted! And more importantly, I can prove it.
Compliance professionals sometimes encounter resistance in instituting best compliance practices in their organizations. This resistance may be based upon the cost of implementing best practices…
Why is it that security experts are focusing on securing the thing that hackers don’t care about?
How deep must a company dig when engaging an agent, broker, distributor, supplier, consultant, lawyer, accountant or other third party? How much third-party anti-corruption due diligence is enough?
We’re often told today that “information is the lifeblood of an organization — but what if all that information creates more risk than the benefits it delivers?
Many hiring managers have accepted the illusion of hiring the best athlete for the opening, which too often is perceived to be an external candidate with more experience from a competitor firm.
I have never been a fan of complicating or confusing compliance and risk management. After all, risk management naturally belongs in the compliance program functions. Creating a whole new risk management function separate from compliance makes no sense.