‘More harm than good’? How using spreadsheets for risk can increase business exposure
Watch this webinar to learn why the use of spreadsheets in managing risk falls short and can actually cause more harm than good.
Recently, there’s been an undeniable increase in the demand for effective risk management, which is unsurprising considering the growing complexity [Read more...]
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Learn why Integrated Risk Management (IRM) is a better way to manage risks and prioritize cybersecurity in the context of the digital era.
In 2020, “public companies with mature enterprise risk management programs found that their ERM framework paid off during the pandemic” (...)
Global consultancy Deloitte stated in a recent article that “phishing is the number one delivery vehicle for ransomware”. (...)
Recently, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued an updated advisory that warns against paying out ransomware demands (...)
Security breaches through third parties have become increasingly common, as hackers seek entry points to an enterprise’s information. How can you protect yourself? This blog offers a systematic approach to vendor risk.
Cyber security has become an increasingly important issue for organizations in every sector. But one of the most attractive and [Read more...]
According to Gartner, Dynamic Risk Governance is the new mandate and organisations need to get better at managing risk holistically. Furthermore, [Read more...]
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Read this blog to learn why financial institutions should aim to strengthen cybersecurity by focusing on risk.
Effective risk management needs everyone to play their part - both the back office and the front office. Read this blog to find out how you can engage different stakeholders with IRM.