Deloitte's Risk Angles Series
Staying ahead of what's next
Risk Angles is Deloitte’s series of short, powerful interviews, designed to inform on pressing risk topics. Explore a wide range of governance, risk, and compliance issues – and stay ahead of what’s next.
Reputation risk is a top strategic concern for organizations because it’s a meta risk – connected to and amplified by other types of risk. It’s often outside an organization’s direct control, and can cause irreparable damage in many ways, both actual and perceptual.
This edition of Risk Angles discusses the threat of reputation risk, how companies are addressing it, and how organizations can analyze the risk exposure and vulnerability of key stakeholder groups to better understand the potential impact of a reputation event.
Risk modeling use has expanded in recent years as companies look for ways to address strategic, operational, compliance, geopolitical, and other types of risk. Technology advancements have made risk modeling and simulation more practical, just as the need to cope with the expanding universe of risk is becoming more pressing.
This edition of Risk Angles discusses the challenge, impact, and strategy of risk modeling and takes a closer look at the role of model simulation in enhancing decision making.
The compliance and risk management functions have grown much closer in recent years, to the point where conversations about compliance inevitably involve discussions of risk. Intensifying enforcement, the rising cost of compliance breaches, and the underlying risk of reputation damage are all forces Chief Compliance Officers must reckon with.
This edition of Risk Angles discusses the evolution of the compliance function, emerging compliance risks and takes a closer look at the evolving role of the CCO.
Social business isn't limited to just marketing or PR. Today, it's a top driver of decisions that influence business outcomes in an organization, exposing it to drastically different, potentially disruptive ways to engage with, learn from, and collaborate with customers, suppliers, employees, and even the public.
This edition of Risk Angles explores social business risk and takes a closer look at compliance-related risk.