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As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes increasingly ubiquitous, organisations from all industries are beginning to explore ways to develop and utilise their own IoT network or service offering.
Non-compliance with trade sanctions increasingly attracts severe penalties for organisations, according to a recent IRM and Lexis Nexis webinar. While the effectiveness of sanctions themselves has been debated in some quarters,
More and more firms are now putting low probability catastrophic risks higher on their agenda. According to the authors of a recently published book, the reason for this is simple: these events are happening more often.
Spreadsheets and other end-user controlled applications (EUCs) are core elements in most companies’ financial reporting and operational processes. What is alarming is that one inadvertent error in these critical files can have material consequences.