Governance concerns for boards to focus on in 2019 include data breaches, inclusivity, new codes and managing engagement. Board Agenda hears from the experts and looks at the strategic questions boards should be asking.
This could be a significant year in the development of governance. Among the big topics in 2019, boards need to get to grips with cybersecurity, manage the changing nature of engagement and come to terms with the needs of diversity.
As Mark Camillo, head of cyber, EMEA, at insurance provider AIG, explains in a recent article for Board Agenda: “There is no such thing as 100% secure.” This sets the tone for corporate attitudes toward cybercrime in 2019.
His comments come against a backdrop of rising awareness of and concern about cybercrime in the business community. Open any newspaper and on most days there is likely to be
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