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Twitter data breach, the perfect warning to boards: The biggest risks to the company may be the company

Twitter data breach, the perfect warning to boards: The biggest risks to the company may be the company

04 August 2020

With respect to data breaches, my advice to Twitter, and boards alike is simple: Keeping earned trust today starts by reassessing insider threat strategies. Read more

Discover Governance: A Fellows’ perspective

Discover Governance: A Fellows’ perspective

31 July 2020

Last month, we hosted a webinar on how you can use your law or business degree to start your career in governance. Read more

Discover Governance: A company secretary perspective

Discover Governance: A company secretary perspective

27 July 2020

Last month, we hosted a webinar on how you can use your law or business degree to start your career in governance. Read more

Charity relationships with non-charity third parties

Charity relationships with non-charity third parties

23 July 2020

For charitable organisations, such connections can bring immense benefits. Read more

Discover Governance: Use your law or business degree to start your career with the board

Discover Governance: Use your law or business degree to start your career with the board

21 July 2020

Last month, we hosted a webinar on how you can use your law or business degree to start your career in governance. Read more

Executive pay in a time of crisis

Executive pay in a time of crisis

20 July 2020

Earlier this month, Peter Swabey, our Policy and Research Director chaired a webinar on the subject of executive pay during a crisis. Read more

Climate change and the environment: A focus on SECR

Climate change and the environment: A focus on SECR

16 July 2020

Improved ESG (Environmental, social and corporate governance) has been seen as a positive response to the crisis and as a means by which we can drive change in businesses for good. Read more

Modern slavery – what corporate governance can do

Modern slavery – what corporate governance can do

13 July 2020

The topic of modern slavery is key not only to businesses but also to governments, and its importance is increasing within large, multinational corporations. Read more

How a centralised corporate record accelerates sustainable growth

How a centralised corporate record accelerates sustainable growth

10 July 2020

Maintaining an accurate corporate record is essential for good governance and ensuring compliance, as was pointed out in our previous blog. Read more

Remote working competencies

Remote working competencies

08 July 2020

Competencies have been used to help organisations recruit, manage and develop their employees for decades. Read more

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