Risk management

By 2025, 40 per cent of boards of directors will have a dedicated cybersecurity committee overseen by a qualified board member, up from less than 10 per cent today, according to Gartner.  The rapid expansion of digital technologies last year – and subsequent cyber risk – amid social distancing restrictions

Digital transformation creates new security threats and increases the potential impact of cyber attacks. However, so far risk management hasn’t kept up with the pace of change, according leading security executives and analysts. The changes brought on by digital transformation mean it is now impossible to completely guard against security

Senior business executives are finally taking cyber security threats seriously, according to new research from Gartner. In research released last week, the analysts identified what they argue are the top six security and risk management trends, ranging from the expected technology advancements to fresh geopolitical and regulatory considerations. Sign up

customer experience and marketing

Financial institutions are increasingly utilising smart technologies in their risk management functions but many are struggling to develop skills at a pace that matches technology advancements, according to Accenture study. Smart technologies like cloud, biometrics and big data analytics are becoming more common in financial institution risk management functions. However,