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Cyberattacks on UK Businesses: What Have Been the Results of WannaCry?

What Should Boards Do to Prevent Future Attacks? Countries Suffering the Worst…

UK Boards and Cybersecurity: What Can Be Done Differently

It is often said that the most dangerous cybersecurity vulnerability at organisations is human error.

Secure Board Communications and Why You Shouldn’t Be Using Paper

Using paper to communicate in the boardroom is expensive, inefficient and dangerous, yet most UK…

Corporate Governance Compliance and What to Learn from Royal London Asset Management’s Vote Against Burberry

Governance has gone global, and shareholders in many markets have become more active in pressing…

UK Cybersecurity Concerns for Directors

UK Boards have a clear legal obligation to manage cyber risk, but there is a…

UK Corporate Governance and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

UK corporate governance is divided into specific legal regulation, like the Companies Act of 2006,…

The Changes With Corporate Governance in Ireland

The collapse of the Irish banking system in 2008 and the subsequent EU bailout have…

How Secure are Your Board Documents?

Cyberthreats and cybersecurity are hot topics these days, following a spate of high-profile cyberattacks. For…

What Every Board Member Should Know about Cybersecurity and the GDPR (But Are Afraid to Ask)

Cyber Security and the General Data Protection Regulation Directors are specifically mandated to manage data protection…

What Does the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Mean for UK Business?

Boards must direct sweeping cultural and managerial changes There will be serious consequences for UK…