A series of recently enacted, far-reaching California laws targeting employers who retaliate against workers could subject the state’s ...
Risk levels and uncertainty change significantly over time. Competitors make new and sometimes unexpected moves on the board, new regulatory mandates complicate the picture ...
Target’s consumer data breach was massive in scope and impact – 70 million consumers had their payment information hacked/stolen, along with other personal information.
Federal Law No-44-FL, “On the contract system for the procurement ...
There are many elements to a successful business continuity and life safety program. The most resilient organizations make sure that their people, teams and response efforts are aligned and resourced.
Technology developments in many business areas will have strong impacts on important aspects of risk and compliance management in 2014.
Whether based on a whistleblower complaint or because you are subject to an inquiry from a governmental agency, a company faced with potential employee misconduct must perform an internal investigation.
A fundamental driving force in human nature is avoiding loss or the risk of loss. Realism in establishing goals, especially financial goals, involves assessing tolerable risk and balancing risks against reaching the goals.
Companies have traditionally set ethics and compliance priorities by making policies that avoid past issues – but now, companies are encouraged to look forward and analyze a landscape of risk when it comes to compliance.
The painful reality is that data breaches are daily occurrences. If a company is lucky enough not to have had a data breach to date, it is likely that luck will not last.
Risk oversight is a top-of-mind issue for boards because of the expectations spawned by the financial crisis and the unanswered questions around what directors might have, or should have, done to thwart that crisis.
One of the more public and ongoing corruption scandals in the world right now seems to be happening in Turkey. To say the events and facts are confused is an understatement.