In an enterprise with a robust Executive Protection (EP) program, it is the job of that team to ensure the physical safety of the principal and also the principal’s and his or her organization’s reputations.
This month I want to share with you a refreshing thought exercise that came from a discussion with several senior risk and security executives around the construction of their next generation security programs if they had a greenfield opportunity to create it from a blank canvas.
The GDPR restricts how organizations can collect, use and retain personal data, and provides Europeans with certain rights to halt collection, and to obtain copies, correction and, at times, destruction of their data.
A Ponemon Institute study of more than 700 IT and security practitioners around the world found that the risk posed by insider threats is growing year-over-year, costing organizations significant money and resources as the threats continue to be difficult to detect, identify and manage.
The vast majority of business travelers feel their companies take duty of care seriously, yet access to various risk management services is far from universal, according to research from the GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association.
A new NAVEX study, the 2018 Ethics & Compliance Hotline and Incident Management Benchmark Report, shows an increase in the substantiation rate of reports related to HR, Diversity and Workplace Respect in 2017.