Technology in business
August 2014 | SPECIAL REPORT: TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS
Financier Worldwide Magazine
Modern technological advances have reshaped the way businesses operate, creating new and efficient systems and processes. However, the trust firms place in modern technology leaves them constantly under threat from data loss, system weakness and project failure.
FW moderates a discussion on data management and compliance issues between Michael Bruemmer at Experian Data Breach Resolution, Harriet Pearson at Hogan Lovells, Christian Toon at Iron Mountain Incorporated, and Stuart D. Levi at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
Navigation Advisors Cyber risk continues to grow, yet it remains underestimated. This important enterprise risk can only be managed if properly understood and quantified. One must consider the full array of options, which range from employing new cybersecurity tools to...
Faruki Ireland & Cox It is time for a change in how data security is considered. We are not referring to the tools and tactics, but instead how it is considered within the organisation and the boardroom. We have often overheard information technology professionals…
Schillings Rivals who try to undermine your credibility are part of the rough and tumble of business, but when untruths are spread from behind the shield of a fake identity, the line is crossed into the realm of dirty tricks. In recent years…
Sutherland Asbill & Brennan Employers must decide whether they want to embrace the technology that millennials want, and often expect, as a condition of employment. One such area of technology is the increasingly popular bring your own device (BYOD) program…
Ashurst Development and renewal of IT systems and software remains an important way for companies to gain and maintain a leading edge. This is particularly true in relation to banks and finance organisations. It is inevitable that from time to time, problems...
FW moderates a discussion on improving cyber security between Mike Gillespie at Advent IM, Marcus Klische at BlackBerry, Elliot Lewis at Dell, Ron Raether at Faruki Ireland & Cox, Alex Krutov at Navigation Advisors, and David Prince at Schillings.
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