Jan 1, 2021 4:21:00 PM

Don't Let Cyber Risk Derail Your M&A Deal

Headlines around hacking and data breaches have become a regular occurrence over the last few years. When a business loses the trust of its customers, it can be nearly impossible to win it back. Cybersecurity, or the lack thereof, can famously destroy existing companies, but could it also be killing future business deals?

Topics: risk management, cybersecurity

Jan 1, 2021 10:40:00 AM

Cloud Computing & Risk Management: A Review of the FFIEC's Recent Statement

Out of sight out of mind feels pretty good, doesn’t it? Especially with not only is it out of sight, it is off the ground. Your organization’s data is so far out of reach not only does it feel like you can’t get to it, but there’s an illusion that no one else can either.

Topics: risk management, the cloud

Apr 13, 2020 6:00:00 AM

COVID-19 and Maintaining the Integrity of Your Information Security Policy

Remote Work and Information Security Policy Exceptions   There is a well-known metric included in risk assessments known as the Annualized Rate of Occurrence, or ARO. Risk events have varying AROs depending on the frequency with which they are expected to occur. Many risk events have AROs that are so low, meaning that the event is so unlikely to occur, that an organization may not have a formal, documented policy or procedure (such as Pandemic Response) that describes how the organization will react or account for the impact of such an event.

Topics: risk management, COVID 19