To navigate moving targets like ESG, diversity, evolving regulations and cyberattacks, your organization's risk and compliance must be elevated to the board level.
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Compliance is a non-negotiable part of modern business life. But simply putting in place structures and processes to manage compliance is not enough; you also need to provide evidence you have implemented – and follow – these procedures. That’s where compliance audits come in.
GRC is achieving objectives reliably (governance), addressing uncertainty (risk management) and acting with integrity (compliance). To be successful requires a top-down view from the board, coupled with a bottom-up operational approach.
Corporations with operations in the European Union will soon have to put their ESG policies into practice when it comes to corporate due diligence and accountability.
As companies navigate diversity and inclusion issues, manage intensifying cyber risk, and operate in an environment increasingly focused on stakeholder capitalism, boards and leaders need to sharpen their focus on GRC.
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is not required by UK law. Instead, it is enforced through the contractual agreement between an organization and its bank or card issuer. This guide will explore PCI DSS compliance in the UK, how it is enforced and its impact on wider UK regulations.