Category: Governance

Digital technologies offer hope in fight against corruption

Digital technologies offer a hope in the fight against corruption which is a problem in every single country of the world, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim has said.

IT Managers lack visibility into almost half of network traffic

IT managers lack visibility to about 45% of their organization’s network traffic, creating significant security challenges.

The Annual Ranking of Canada’s Most Admired Companies

The 2018 Reputation Study shows once again that public opinion, in the age of social media, is a punisher.

The World’s Most Admired Companies

Which companies are most respected? Some 3,900 executives, analysts, directors, and experts voted—and here are the results.

Red tape: dynamics of corruption

To fight corruption, we need a free media, an independent judiciary and an effective law enforcement, which help stem abuses by corruption and red tapism.

To Pay or Not to Pay: Airbus Faces Dilemma as Bribery Probes Loom

Court says planemaker failed to prove corruption by partners, as a result, Airbus faces court orders to pay intermediaries.

Read all about it – IoT hacking, reputation and workplace safety

This week, how smart devices can be easily hacked in minutes, the importance of reputation management and we explore the new ISO 45001 standard.

Cambridge Analytica Execs Caught Discussing Extortion

What is Cambridge Analytica? The firm at the centre of Facebook's latest data breach.

Cambridge Analytica’s Kenya election role ‘must be investigated’

Cambridge Analytica say they played a massive role in the election of Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta who beat Raila Odinga last year.

ISO 45001 – Let the migration begin

Migrating from OHSAS 18001 to the new ISO 45001 may have its challenges, but with careful planning, checking and commitment, organizations, their employees and all stakeholders will enjoy the benefits of improved health and safety.

France to sue Apple and Google over unacceptable practices

The country's finance minister says the case could lead to "millions of euros" in fines.

How corrupt is your country?

A look into Transparency International's latest report on corruption around the world.