A Brazilian programmer has a message about education that is relevant to anyone working in a technology-driven industry, and especially to risk and assurance professionals.
We are only beginning to explore the possible uses of blockchains, the distributed technology used by Bitcoin.
The repeating cycle of audit, RAFM, and risk management creates a burden for other workers. Here are four ways that businesses should adapt to ease the burden.
A paper in the Harvard Business Review shows how collaboration can be dysfunctional. We need to understand the pressures in order to address the associated risks.
In addition to lining up a great agenda for its March 10th meeting, RAG announces it will run a much bigger summer conference, to be held at BT Centre in London. And it’s still free!
Recent arguments in India and the USA show how political dogmatists have latched on to net neutrality, using it prohibit innovations that most of us would support.
My presentation explains why AsiaPac may drive innovation of risk techniques. The slides can be viewed online.
Data scientists have one of the best jobs in the world. This year I will study for the Data Analyst nanodegree on Udacity; let me share the learning experience with you.
If you do not want to read this article because you think intellectual property rights are not relevant to your job, then you should, because they are.
The major events of 2015 showed why it is so difficult for risk and assurance professionals to adapt to business and technology change, but also why they must.