Managing data governance

Boards continue to make strides in
monitoring cyber security effectiveness,
but data governance is actually much
broader, encompassing data compliance
and data ethics

The future of data

As the speed of artificial intelligence (AI) innovation and data-driven business transformation accelerates, boards and executives are wrestling with how these technologies will impact their businesses. While data and AI can enable new business models, products, revenue streams and efficiencies, they are also a source of new risk. We set out below some key considerations for boards.

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Ukraine conflict: Cyber considerations

The invasion of Ukraine has elevated concerns for cyber security incidents. Businesses are assessing their exposure and vulnerability to cyber incidents, technology disruption, and related impacts and resilience of critical services. This paper sets out some things all boards should consider as they look to management to evaluate their cyber security preparedness.

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Ten questions for boards on cyber security

Competition demands ever more sophisticated technology to differentiate customer experience and reduce operational costs. organisations cannot afford to be held back by cyber risks. Are you confident in your cyber strategy, defenses and recovery capabilities?

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Cyber in the boardroom

Boards have a critical role to play in ensuring that security defenses are robust. As business secrets are being stolen on an ‘industrial scale’ a ‘wait-and-see’ approach is not viable.

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