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Companies Need to Plan for Handling a Cybersecurity Breach

Angela Carmichael and Imran Ahmad

March 27, 2017

Our shift to a digital society has seen the emergence of a new kind of crime: stealing data and attacking company networks, whether for financial gain, to send a political message, or sometimes simply to prove a point. Not surprisingly,...

Communicating a Data Breach: Choose Your Words Carefully

Leslie Walsh

March 17, 2017

Cyber connectivity has enabled companies to understand and interact with consumers in a far more sophisticated way than ever before. At the same time, hackers are increasingly upping the ante with schemes and full-blown attacks that are becoming impossible to...

The Asian Century: An opportunity for innovation over isolationism

Rachel Catanach

February 27, 2017

In the words of Bob Dylan: The Times They Are A-Changin’. Last year delivered two historic changes in the West: Brexit and the election of President Trump. The implications for international tax, trade and immigration are great. But from the...

Election Spotlight Brings CEOs Into the Forefront

Elizabeth Borrelli

February 26, 2017

The chief executives of big companies are always keen to promote their companies and their brands in the media. But in the fourth quarter of 2016, the outcome of the presidential election gave CEOs even more to talk about in...

What Is the Responsibility of an Organization for the Facts It Puts Into the Public Domain?

Peter Verrengia

February 17, 2017

For the past 40 years, I would have expected to answer this question in this one sentence: “All audiences have a reasonable expectation that an organization is responsible for the facts it puts into the public domain.” For clarity, I...