The Effects of Coronavirus Pandemic, And The Role Of Internal Audit Part I of II
Over the last several months, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a disruptive and devastating effect on all companies and countries of the world. The disease has impacted the capital markets, our daily business, tourism and travel and our collective commercial mindset. Companies must accept, acknowledge, and find the longer-term solutions to the consequences as
How to deliver IT Governance for good compliance and risk intelligence for GDPR-, GRC- and IT oversight.
The Board of Directors (BoD) and Senior Management must provide the confidence and stability and take the appropriate level of Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) to comply with GDPR, Data Privacy, Data Protection, IT, Data and Cybersecurity issues and processes. Moreover, in the GDPR mandates, there is an explicit requirement to adhere to the accountability
GDPR is a “game-changer” for future civil litigation based on the supervisory authorities findings
Data Protection and the Board of Directors liability as GDPR ushers in civil litigation claims across the EU as Article 82 of the GDPR will be a “game-changer” for civil litigation. The GDPR has changed the dynamic of discussions with the oversight authorities due to the risk of damages claimed by a potential class-action following
Consequences of COVID is here to stay for a while before it is business as usual
Businesses must continue to adapt to respond and customise the challenges of COVID-19. All companies must continue to identify the changed tasks, adjust the approach to reflect the changing circumstances during these unprecedented times. Our encouragement focuses firmly on enabling innovation as gone are the days when GRC, IT security or data protection regulation was
What are the typical IT and cybersecurity vulnerabilities across all industries?
Historically, IT and cybersecurity have mainly been focused on securing IT components, such as data, processes, IT services, servers, networks, etc. However, if the employee is the weakest link in the IT and cybersecurity chain, organisations must emphasizes the importance of identity, access management, passwords and patches. In a recent penetration testing against organisations in
In our training events, the participants retain 90 per cent of what they go through as reference material for future implementations
The Difference between Training and Learning from e-Compliance Academy certification courses: We provide an e-learning platform to enhance the organisation’s ability to learn so that the participants can translate that learning into actions under the GRC and IT security oversight Traditional training is an “event”, while learning is about fully engaging the participants with the
ISO Standards are vital to ensure quality and safety in both products and services in the corporate world.
The current Data Privacy, Data Protection, IT and Cybersecurity concerns necessitate businesses to benefit from ISO standards as they can help cut costs by improved systems and procedures put in place and to comply: At the GDPR Reboot session professor Hernan Huwyler, Kristian Boe and Kersi Porbunderwala and Kristian Boe will speak on the following