Black Swans Turn Grey is a thought provoking paper from PWC UK looking at how the landscape of risk is changing from a past environment where boards believed their organizations could manage and control risks to the present where established risk approaches and thinking are being repeatedly outpaced.
This year’s Cost of Cyber Crime Study from Ponemon Institute is based on a representative sample of 50 organizations in various industry sectors. While the research focused on organizations located in the United States, many are multinational corporations.
SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley) requirements include several steps organizations need to take to ensure business continuity across the entire IT infrastructure, even in a mixed environment that includes a virtual environment.
The firms which are regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) need to make a disaster recovery (DR) plan taking into consideration how various regulations and compliance issues will impact the firm after a disaster strikes because producing a DR plan is a HIPAA requirement.
John Hele, Global Product Manager, BSI Management Systems, recently was the keynote speaker at the Asia Business Continuity Conference in Singapore. He addressed a question that is often asked by companies new to certification and to BCM: What should I focus on, compliance or certification?