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5 things you need to know about risk management
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Commercial espionage. Compliance. Crazy weather. Credit default swaps. Risk is everywhere and if you're just trying to minimize it within IT, you're missing the point. Instead, learn to be a "risk intelligent" CIO who can help your organization wisely take — and profit from — risks. More



Survey shows multinational companies want increased control of global benefits programs
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Aon Hewitt, the global human resources solutions business of Aon plc, recently released the results of its 2012 Corporate Governance of Global Employee Benefits Study, conducted in partnership with the American Benefits Institute. The study finds that multinational companies are aiming to significantly increase the corporate control and oversight of their employee benefit programs worldwide with the intention of countering rising costs and financial risks. More

Bolster small business security practices, budgets through risk management
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Small businesses may not face the same issues of technological scale that enterprises do, and they most certainly don't have the luxury of enterprise-size IT budgets. But when it comes to IT risks, smaller organizations face the same types of threats as their larger brethren — which means that risk management principles apply just the same to small businesses. More



Catastrophe bonds drive down disaster reinsurance rates
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The market for catastrophe bonds has boomed in the past year and is likely to keep growing as investors search for higher returns. Known widely as cat bonds, these securities are typically issued by big reinsurers to cover a low-probability, high-loss event, such as a destructive hurricane, thereby freeing up capital and allowing them to underwrite more basic business. The latest trend is for big primary insurers and U.S. publicly funded disaster agencies to issue them as well. More

States to ramp up cybersecurity information sharing
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Cybersecurity has long been seen as a federal domain, but an initiative announced by the National Governors Association seeks to shift the discussion to the state level. Statewide critical infrastructure and key resource assets, which include the electrical grid, banking industry and transportation systems, have become more vulnerable to cyber-attacks as they become increasingly connected to the Internet. More



What's fair for 'social' media in the workplace?
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Facebook and other social media sites can be handy tools for connecting with friends. Or they can sap up time on the job and give the world a look at intimate details of personal life. When it comes to the workplace, those factors — combined with a changing regulatory and legal landscape — have created a minefield for employees and employers. And disputes over what's acceptable often end up in court. More

Business strategies for dealing with disaster and the new normal
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When disaster strikes, anyone can easily get blindsided. All too many companies get lulled into a sense of complacency when things are going well and they come to think a disaster just won't happen to them. Businesses should keep in mind it's never too early to prepare for the next possible emergency to ensure their company's stability and safety even if the unthinkable happens. More

BYO security threat: Empowered employees able to ignore policies in BYOD era
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The self-empowered BYO employee is as compelling to businesses as the proposition is terrifying. With a massive BYO movement afoot, organizations are scrambling to figure out how to reap the rewards of BYO while managing the risk. Better yet, they're trying to fathom how to win end-user buy in when it comes to security. More

10 years later, TSA has redefined the air travel experience
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Ten years after the Transportation Security Administration redefined the air travel experience in Wichita and around the country, the list of items most frequently confiscated at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport is still topped by oversized bottles of liquid or gel. But so much else has changed, said Keith Osborn, a federal security director for the TSA, which was created in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. "We're moving away from a one-size-fits-all...to more of a risk-based approach," said Osborn. "We're looking at threats, and we're modifying security procedures based on the threats." More


 

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