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.
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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.
Canada is a perennially popular country to do business in, whether as a Canadian company or a foreign investor. It regularly appears on Forbes’ list of the best countries for business, and is an appealing jurisdiction for IPOs, with the Toronto Stock Exchange becoming an increasingly popular exchange for foreign companies.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a framework of requirements to ensure secure payment card transactions. All organizations that process or store cardholder data will need to prove compliance for their bank or card issuer.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) benchmarks are a set of best-practice cybersecurity standards for a range of IT systems and products. CIS Benchmarks provide the baseline configurations to ensure compliance with industry-agreed cybersecurity standards.