CIOs face a great many challenges these days: They're under constant pressure to deliver greater innovation, even if they're not getting more funding to do so. They need to justify tech investments by clearly forecasting their quantifiable and qualitative impact on ROI and problem-solving. They're tasked with recruiting the best and brightest tech talent in what could be the most competitive... Read More »
In an era of swift, technology-enabled changes, CEOs believe it is critical to establish greater trust among stakeholders and customers, according to a recent survey from PwC. PwC's "20th CEO Survey" report reveals that today's executive leaders believe that in an increasingly digital world, they must... Read More »
With well-funded hackers becoming even more technically astute, long-trusted cyber-security methods are no longer enough to protect an organization's intellectual property, business data, and private employee and customer information. Hackers can change exploit tactics and IP addresses, and can even mutate malware, thereby out-performing traditional cyber-security methods. In fact, more than... Read More »
If fears about the year ahead are keeping you up at night, you're in good company: Corporate board members and executive leaders have plenty on their minds these days, according to a recent survey from Protiviti and the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Initiative at North Carolina State University's Poole College of Management. The accompanying report, "
In addition to being perceived as trusted custodians of technology systems, CIOs and other tech leaders said they are becoming change instigators and business co-creators in their companies, according to a recent survey from Deloitte. The accompanying 2016-2017 global CIO survey, "
While CIOs believe that their IT organizations are doing a good job delivering on business outcomes, line of business (LOB) departments are frequently taking the task of tech investment into their own hands, according to a recent survey from Logicalis. The resulting report, titled "Read More »
Without one person in an organization responsible for managing third-party risk, companies face a serious barrier to achieving effective third-party risk management, according to a new study. The study, "Tone at the Top and Third-Party Risk," was conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Shared Assessments, a member-driven, industry-standard body specializing in third-party risk... Read More »