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In this section of the site you have access to a number of external articles and reports which we believe you will find of interest. Use the side bar menu to find items in each particular area. Click on the link and the item will open in a new window.

 

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The purpose of this guide is to assist members of boards and governing bodies, and those who support them, to better understand some simple rules of risk.

As the digital landscape continues to grow more complex, and cyber criminals become more sophisticated, business leaders (not just IT), across industries, are growing more anxious. They wonder how their organization would respond in the face of a cyberattack. They question whether they’re sufficiently anticipating and preparing for a future attack. They want to know how well their organization could absorb and recover from an attack, how well their most important digital assets are protected . In the face of so many questions, one thing is clear: Current approaches to managing cyber risk, many of which are focused on “securing the perimeter,” aren’t enough.

Changing the game on cyber risk offers specific strategies to address cyber risk more comprehensively, focused on the business at large.

This report by EY contains insights from business leaders on the risks and challenges organizations face in fighting fraud and corruption in an era of significant technological advance. The survey also discusses how companies are addressing these risks through enhanced technologies and increased compliance efforts.

From Deloitte, this report looks at how board can better incorporate strategic risk management.

This working paper from McKinsey&Company addresses the role of Board in terms of ERM and governance, and includes recommendations for the Board to help understand, monitor, and manage risk more effectively. 

This publication from Nasdaq poses five questions directors should ask themselves about establishing an effective risk culture.

This publication by Tomorrow’s Company is the third in a series of guides and tool-kits from the Tomorrow’s Good Governance Forum for use by chairmen, boards and advisors. It aims to help achieve practical change, and focuses on risk, what the roads to ruin and roads to resilience look like and what boards can do to evolve their risk management agenda.

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