Archive - April 2019

Pace of Change and Resource Allocation Continue to Challenge Companies’ Vendor Risk Management, New Survey Confirms

Running just to stay in place – this is what it feels like today for many companies trying to match their vendor risk management (VRM) efforts to the fast-changing risk environment and pressing regulatory demands. Incremental improvements in VRM...

Top Risks: Winning the War for Talent

It should be no surprise that finding and keeping workers with digital skills is a top concern for executives and directors. The more digital companies become, the fiercer the competition for workers with a digital mindset: an aptitude to flourish...

Companies Could Use More CFO Insight, And CFOs Could Use More AI

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” This famous defense of the status quo was popularized in 1977 by Bert Lance, a Georgia banker and Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget under President Jimmy Carter. It is apt that such wisdom would...

Why Auditors Rarely Find Fraud

In today’s world where corporate scandals often make front page news, fraud prevention and detection are becoming a priority for management and decision-makers. An alarming fact reported by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (“ACFE”)...

Identity and Access Management in Financial Services – Staying Ahead of the Curve

Organizations are feeling the heat. Companies across all industries are under pressure to innovate and create new ways of doing business to stay relevant. For financial services organizations in particular, these pressures are even stronger due to...