COVID-19 impacted almost everything about our daily lives, including the way people work and operate in the business world. As we approach a full year of COVID-19, we asked directors how board governance has been changing as a result of the pandemic.
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Businesses being targeted by cyber criminals is no longer an if but when. Many are already aware that implementing systems and processes won’t be enough without close and constant collaboration between their legal, information technology (IT), and security functions. But how can companies ensure all departments are unified remotely in their efforts to mitigate a cyber attack?
Despite the hardships resulting from COVID-19, businesses are discovering new ways of working. Many, if not most, boards have transitioned to virtual meetings. Many of these firms are contemplating a post-COVID world where virtual meetings are the norm, or a hybrid model that complements routine virtual board meetings with a select few face-to-face ones. All of which raises the question: Are virtual board meetings better?
Months into the COVID-19 lockdown, remote workers—and board members—have become more accustomed to virtual meetings. Yet as virtual work becomes a way of life, not all adaptive habits have been cyber safe. Here are a few common risk scenarios—and digital tools that strengthen protection.
This guide provides best practices for virtual board meetings, including facilitating meetings, protocols for remote meetings & technology considerations.
Unique to the COVID-19 crisis is the sudden transition to "work from home.” For boards, virtual meetings have gone from an infrequent option to an absolute necessity. In Part 4 of our series, the panelists explored some of the nuances of virtual board meetings, the pros and the cons, and how to get the most out of them.