Risk management should play a proactive role in business, rather than a reactive one.
Rules and policies designed to protect corporate networks are only as good as the weakest link. That link, unfortunately, is us - the users.
Attacks on the supply chain mark a change in tactic for criminals looking for sensitive information.
No software is able to mitigate the physical threat posed to business-critical machines.
Since information plays such an integral part across all areas of the business, GRC can no longer run in a siloed fashion.
Many businesses remain confused and apprehensive about the various new governance principles and laws.
Governance, risk and compliance will take centre stage in South African businesses over the next few years, says Kgabo Badimo, MD of Spescom DataVoice.
Compliance. Aka an unnecessary cost. Aka a painful thing that must be done. And it's about to get worse.
Governance, risk and compliance can be used strategically to drive revenue and competitive advantage.
King III is here. As of 1 July a whole new raft of recommendations with a whole lot of implications for IT became your, yes, your, problem.
The worldwide economic downturn is likely to bring governance into the spotlight as a competitive advantage, for those that have it.