The CEO and data risks or why create a CRO (Chief Risk Officer)?

Original article published in French on Benoit Grenier’s blog In my last articles “CEO’s and The Blind spot of Cybercrimes” and “CEOs and cybercrimes, the solutions” I presented: many types of risk which confront organizations today; the communication problems between the CEO and the CIO; the perception problems CEO’s have when it comes to cybercrimes;…

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CEO’s and the Blind Spot of Cybercrimes

Original article published in French on Benoit Grenier’s blog For the past several years, I have heard of or been involved in a growing number of events which have been, or could have been, catastrophic for the organizations involved. Examples would be: a natural resources company, which fell victim to a group of ecological activists…

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Raising Awareness about Active Shooter Incidents

By David Matsumoto, Ph.D.  Humintell, LLC Member of the Advisory Board of Proactive Risk Management Active shooter incidents are incredibly frightening events that often have deadly consequences for individuals, and dire consequences for organizations. The term “active shooter” describes a “situation in which a shooting is in progress and an aspect of the crime may affect…

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What is Value?

By definition, ¨Value¨ is an improvement in the corporation or business performance in one or more of the following areas: Improves Revenue Increase Cash Flow Reduces cost Increases Profitability and Shareholder value Advances the Corporation Business Initiative Surely, risk mitigation is a value creator, since its primary objectives are to protect the corporation against possible liabilities,…

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