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Through the GRC Lens – April 2020
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Through the GRC Lens – April 2020

Has “work-from-home” opened the door to more cyber-attacks? In the last few months, the COVID-19 pandemic redefined risk management, forced businesses to review their cyber-attack mitigation strategies to understand the gaps in their approach to cybersecurity. Today, the world seems to be gradually re-emerging from the crisis and getting a grip on understanding the aftermath. […]

Through the GRC Lens – February 2020
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Through the GRC Lens – February 2020

Building a Future of Trustworthy AI The European Commission recently unveiled its long-awaited proposal to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). But will the new proposal stifle innovation? Find out more through the GRC Lens – February 2020 edition. _____________________________________________ On the 19th of February, the European Commission (EC) President, Ursula von der Leyen, Executive Vice-President, Margrethe […]

Through the GRC Lens – January 2020
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Through the GRC Lens – January 2020

Over the past decade, fraud has evolved to become more sophisticated and systemized. Thankfully, innovations in technology now enable businesses to better combat fraud. But there’s a catch. Modern technologies also present new opportunities to cyber criminals, making fraud harder to detect and easier to commit. This raises the question – is digitalization making fraud […]

Are Regulators Finally Catching up to the Monopoly of Tech Giants?
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Are Regulators Finally Catching up to the Monopoly of Tech Giants?

Rising global concerns over the concentration of power in the hands of Silicon Valley giants do not seem to have dimmed the tech hub’s ambitions. But with the problems now growing too big to ignore, are regulators gaining momentum? Silicon Valley’s New Offering While Silicon Valley’s leading tech companies may have had many differences in […]

Through the GRC Lens: 2018 —  A Year in Review
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Through the GRC Lens: 2018 — A Year in Review

A litany of disruptions and corporate scandals in 2018 showed that while making profits, organizations will be held responsible for their actions in an increasing shift towards more ethical business practices Last year did not turn out to be great for businesses: there were mounting data privacy concerns around the globe; cyberattacks continued to hobble […]