Strategy & Risk Oversight

 
The Greening of America In today’s corporate environment, boards are feeling pressure from all fronts to increase efforts toward a more sustainable future. READ THE ARTICLE>

The Greening of America

In today’s corporate environment, boards are feeling pressure from all fronts to increase efforts toward a more sustainable future.

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Activism’s New Paradigm There has been a pronounced change on the part of shareholders—their makeup, tactics, goals and powers—a fact that every public company must pay close attention to today. READ THE ARTICLE>

Activism’s New Paradigm

There has been a pronounced change on the part of shareholders—their makeup, tactics, goals and powers—a fact that every public company must pay close attention to today.

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Data Management: More than Corporate White Noise The rapid adoption of data-centric products and business models has transformed data from corporate white noise to strategic asset. READ THE ARTICLE>

Data Management: More than Corporate White Noise

The rapid adoption of data-centric products and business models has transformed data from corporate white noise to strategic asset.

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Three Questions Every Director Should Ask (and Be Able to Answer) About Brand Directors must challenge leadership teams to develop and maintain consistent, value-oriented positioning as a foundation that supports all communications efforts. READ THE ARTICLE>

Three Questions Every Director Should Ask (and Be Able to Answer) About Brand

Directors must challenge leadership teams to develop and maintain consistent, value-oriented positioning as a foundation that supports all communications efforts.

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Five Key Responsibilities of Boards in Managing Cybersecurity Risk The need for boards of directors to focus on cybersecurity is no longer debatable. READ THE ARTICLE>

Five Key Responsibilities of Boards in Managing Cybersecurity Risk

The need for boards of directors to focus on cybersecurity is no longer debatable.

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A New Global Security Imperative In our networked, big data-driven economy, a new paradigm has emerged: What everything is connected, everything is vulnerable. READ THE ARTICLE>

A New Global Security Imperative

In our networked, big data-driven economy, a new paradigm has emerged: What everything is connected, everything is vulnerable.

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The Price of Convenience: Communications, Cyber Risk, and Cybersecurity Practices of Corporate Boards

NYSE Governance Services and Diligent recently surveyed 350 directors on best practices and risks related to board communication practices. While boards have access to the company’s most sensitive information, the results show that many need to carefully evaluate how that information is being shared and disseminated.

Communications, Cyber Risk, and Cybersecurity NYSE Governance Services and Diligent Corp. surveyed 350+ corporate directors. READ THE REPORT>

Communications, Cyber Risk, and Cybersecurity

NYSE Governance Services and Diligent Corp. surveyed 350+ corporate directors.

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Cyber Risk Board Forum Highlights View key takeaways from discussions on the most pressing issues related to cyber risk today. LEARN MORE>

Cyber Risk Board Forum Highlights

View key takeaways from discussions on the most pressing issues related to cyber risk today.

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What Boards Need to Know about Cyber Governance

Rick Howard, Chief Security Officer for Palo Alto Networks, discussed what boards need to do to have a robust and effective approach to their oversight of cyber risk.

Risks of a Connected World Our report provides serious fodder for directors who must consider cyber risks in an increasingly interconnected world. READ THE ARTICLE>

Risks of a Connected World

Our report provides serious fodder for directors who must consider cyber risks in an increasingly interconnected world.

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Cybersecurity Priorities for Boards in 2016

Jeff Powell, EVP, Diligent Corp. discusses the major issues that boards of directors should be aware of as they review their organization’s cybersecurity plan for 2016.