Business services companies support different spheres of business, but this is impossible without risk and compliance management solutions.
The technology sector endures cyber attacks and insider abuse on a daily basis. A high level of competition, geographically distributed partners, outsourced services, BYOD polices and freelance employees – all of this puts an
According to the Breach Level Index, educational institutions faced over 120 breaches in 2017. Education data is decentralized and, when compromised, it puts students and employees at risk.
Risk minimization is critical when it comes to providing healthcare organizations with accurate management. Patients’ safety should be guaranteed: clients’ details, data regarding budget distribution,
Only 38% of the companies in the credit and financial sector did not experience a leakage of sensitive data in the first half of 2017. All other companies had to stop theft attempts or deal with their consequences.
Retail is among the most vulnerable industries requiring solid protection. Retail demands thorough employee control and requires a complex reporting system in order to be integrated. A precise audit reveals budget
Risk and compliance management is a streamline for not only the business sector, but also government entities. The amount of people that contact government officers is growing exponentially – consultants, contractors,
The energy industry constitutes a landscape of risks – an area densely populated with threats and susceptible to hacker attacks, insider activity, spying and sabotage.
Risk is an inherent component of any business. Due to the changing landscape of corporate risks, companies must be capable of not only identifying and reacting to risks, but also foresee them. Risk and compliance
Many hospitality and tourism organizations are not as concerned about audit and risk management as, for example, banks or manufacturers are, due to the need to keep plans classified. Nevertheless, the hospitality industry is
Protection of intellectual property, client and project information, and other confidential data forms the backbone of manufacturing business operations. Manufacturing companies’ risk and compliance management processes are