Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are not only beneficial to organizations from an ethical and strategic perspective, but failures also increasingly pose costly legal and regulatory risks.
While organizations typically focus DEI initiatives at the management level to avoid strategic risks, they must not lose sight of the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion among workers at the operational level.
Now that the United Kingdom has officially left the European Union, what challenges and opportunities will businesses that operate in these markets face?
Clear policies and employee training are critical to address violence over mask use.
More hackers are using data from ransomware attacks to blackmail victims for more money.
Companies must assess and address the potential risks of rehiring former employees.
As more jurisdictions enact data privacy laws, ensuring compliance becomes more complex.
Company culture can either pose an underlying risk or help create a path to success.
A new OFAC advisory makes ransomware payments a sanctions compliance risk.
The ESG challenges companies faced in 2020 will likely continue as top risks in 2021.
According to executives, the most urgent risks for 2030 relate to technology and operational risk.
The pandemic could have serious ramifications on the world’s ability to address the other top threats of the next decade.