British and EU flags, Brexit

16 January, 2019

Brexit, cybersecurity and climate change lead risk concerns for 2019

Even as prime minister Theresa May this week failed to gain parliamentary support for a Brexit deal, the country was being warned that the UK’s departure from the EU could “blind” corporate lead...
cybercrime, cybersecurity, data security

19 October, 2018

Boards increase their efforts on cybersecurity

In a noisy room at London’s Tobacco Dock this week, a team of German computer geeks outdid 16 other teams of tech whizz kids to be crowned winners of the
Cyber-resilience, cybersecurity, cyber governance

8 October, 2018

The governance of cybersecurity

The essential mistake many organisations make with cybersecurity can be summarised quite simply by the “it won’t happen to us” mentality.

12 September, 2018

Ten measures boards should take to protect against cybersecurity attacks   

Boards are under increasing pressure from regulators, clients and investors to safeguard data and protect against operational disruption. Tackling the complex, rapidly changing issues of cybersecurity...

6 July, 2018

Regulators demand IT security plans from financial services firms

Financial services firms have been given three months to show regulators how their IT systems will manage the risk of cyber-attack or changes in technology. The Bank of England, Financial Conduct A...
Cybersecurity, cyber-risk, cyber-attack, data privacy

4 June, 2018

Cybersecurity is a key corporate governance concern

Cybersecurity risk is real and pervasive as demonstrated by recent attacks t...
Mazars, cybercrime, cybersecurity

15 May, 2018

A road map for protection against cybercrime security

As international cybercrime becomes big business and a primary corporate risk, boards are grappling with understanding its complexities, and ensuring robust defences are in place against hackers. T...
cyber security, hacking, cyber crime

10 April, 2018

Investors should push companies on cybersecurity, warns expert

One of the UK government's leading cybersecurity experts has warned that investors should play a greater role in forcing companies to counter cybercrime. Ciaran Martin, chief executive of the Natio...
fintech, financial technology, EU, euro, global currencies

12 March, 2018

EU launches fintech action plan to support business

The European Commission has introduced a financial technology action plan in a bid to become a centre of innovation for new technologies. It aims to increase cybersecurity and ensure integrity, and de...
chief executive

26 February, 2018

Investors more concerned than CEOs about cybersecurity

Investors are more concerned about cyber-attacks than chief executives are, according to new research by PwC.