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Defining cyber risk. A view from an Australian director’s chair

29 November 2016
Every organisation and every business is now reliant on technology. Therefore cyber security cannot be considered a risk in isolation or something IT ‘will deal with’, it must be considered a business risk and the board must be aware of, and actively pursuing, cyber risks. It also must be understood that cyber threats aren’t a discrete problem to be solved, rather, they’re a complex risk that need to be managed.

Cybersecurity takes centre stage

30 April 2015
A guest blog by Thilen Pillay, Manager – Risk Advisory Services, RSM Betty & Dickson (Johannesburg)

Cyber Crime: A Growing Threat to Global Companies

1 October 2014
Cyber security, once limited to the expertise of Information Technology specialists, has become a business-critical issue engaging senior corporate leaders worldwide.

Nurturing a good corporate culture to manage risk

3 April 2012
John Brackett from the RSM member firm in the USA, McGladrey & Pullen LLP, has written an insightful article about the need to address corporate culture when creating strong guardrails for governance and enterprise risk management (ERM).

Corporate culture: Creating strong guardrails for governance and ERM

1 March 2012
How do you define your organization’s corporate culture? Often, corporate culture is difficult to describe.

Planning for an interesting 2012

28 January 2012
If 2011 was anything to go by we are in for a very interesting year. From The Arab Spring to hard hitting government austerity measures, the call for radical changes to banking practices and, closer to home, the long awaited debate on audit dominance - we witnessed a year of unprecedented headlines.