The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO)’s newly updated Enterprise Risk Management Framework takes important steps toward ensuring risk is managed as an integrated part of managing an organization.
Earlier this year, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) issued the revised standard ISO 31000 - Risk management, which provides principles, framework and a process for managing risk in any organization regardless of its size, activity or sector.
The COSO Exposure Draft on enterprise risk management does not yet live up to its intentions—but could with some changes.
Cyber security is as much a technical issue as a behavioral issue. People and their motivations are behind every threat but people also make or break the lines of defense.
New guide supports those responsible for overseeing risk management by taking a broader perspective and encouraging more integral methods.
If you are passionate about governance, you should read and respond to the latest exposure draft of the revised King Report on Corporate Governance in South Africa.
COSO is updating its Enterprise Risk Management Integrated Framework from 2004; IFAC is participating in the update and would love to hear your ideas and suggestions.
RIMS, the risk management society, is asking professional accountants to respond to a survey on risk management trends.
The OECD has released a revised draft of its Corporate Governance Principles—but how revised are they?
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision recently proposed enhancements to its corporate governance principles—are the changes enough to make a difference and avoid future crises and organizational failures?