Cybersecurity

Survey: Directors Fear Fraud and Misconduct Will Grow Over Next 2 Years

The responsibilities of corporate directors continue to expand, and the entire board must be willing to anticipate potential problems and mitigate them before they have an adverse effect on the company.

Why Your Standard Crisis Communications Plan Won’t Work For Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks are distinct from other types of corporate crises—especially in how, when and why a company communicates with stakeholders in the aftermath. Ask these five questions to understand your company's preparedness.

Making Data Privacy A Competitive Differentiator

Companies that falter on data privacy practices risk running afoul of regulators—and missing an opportunity.

Getting Cybersecurity Oversight Right

It’s complicated, overwhelming and seemingly impossible, but directors can play a critical role in staving off and recovering from cyber events. Here’s how.

Risk 2022 Special Report: Cybersecurity Meets Reality

Cyber risk can’t be eliminated, but it can be managed. Directors shared oversight strategies at Corporate Board Member’s 2021 Board Risk Forum. Some ideas.

Synchrony’s Rick Hartnack On Refreshment, Remote Work And Risk

In an interview with Corporate Board Member, Hartnack shares his views on a range of topics, including how to monitor culture from the outside.

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Director Optimism Declines For 7th Consecutive Month

After peaking in April, board members’ outlook for the future of business slipped further in November, driven by renewed Covid fears, inflation and a tight labor market.