As businesses brace for continued regulatory scrutiny, corporate secretaries and compliance officers have an opportunity to take a more active role in advising the business on the corporate compliance and legal responsibilities needed to meet company objectives. What fuels their business advice is the official corporate record, which includes minute books, ownership records, capitalization information, [...]
As the number of security breaches and costs associated with such breaches have risen exponentially in the past several years, companies are realizing the need to implement best practices for information security at all levels and sectors of its business to ensure compliance and mitigate potential damages and consequences associated with such security incidents.
Rather than providing quick-fixes and workarounds and being reactive to privacy breaches or security incidents, an increasing number of companies are shifting their business models towards one that is more proactive and preventative in nature by promoting greater consumer awareness of and control over data and making such data private by default. As companies are realizing the need to adopt and consider privacy at every stage and level of its business, they have been turning to the concepts and principles of “Privacy by Design,” which offers a roadmap to integrate privacy considerations into business models.
Mark Linver of IMS Healt provides an overview of the top 5 challenges that Life Science manufacturers will face when addressing the topic of aggregate spend.