Governance, Risk and Compliance
5:40
Thursday

How Facebook can become a better public forum

Researchers from the University of Oxford and Stanford University argue Facebook should make changes to aid democracy and free speech.

6:20
Thursday

Hands off cyber security, ICASA told

The industry believes ICASA's forays into cyber security will overload the regulator and be a waste of resources.

4:10
Thursday

Azeus Convene: a year in review and the road ahead

In 2018, Convene was recognised by two internationally acclaimed institutions for its board portal solutions.

4:10
Thursday

How does corporate governance affect my business in SA?

Corporate governance starts with having real-time access to information across the business, says epic ERP.

3:10

Reserve Bank proposes tighter crypto-currency controls

The central bank issues a consultation paper on policy proposals on crypto assets in SA.

5:00
Wednesday

Heightened risk will characterise 2019

It is important to ensure the organisation is resilient enough to deal with whatever risks do materialise, says Michael Davies, CEO at ContinuitySA.

2:30

Challenging the IT GRC status quo

Governance, risk and compliance practitioners and departments are under pressure to reinvent themselves to be relevant in this new age.

4:40
Tuesday

GDPR and POPI: how big will their impact really be?

While GDPR can't prevent cyber criminals from trying to access organisational data, it is likely that it will have a positive impact in the long term, says Alison Treadaway, CMO at Striata.

3:20
Monday

The customer's journey to the cloud

One of the most appealing things for any business when it comes to the cloud is the return on investment on offer, says Karl Reed, chief solutions officer at Elingo.

1:50

Navigating IT governance in the digital age

IT governance is becoming a part of the day-to-day operations of businesses, as digitisation and digital transformation take centre stage.

4:10

How do you manage third-party risks?

IT risk management practices in South African organisations are generally not good enough, says DIRCO's Rapule Kgalaki.