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Remember the human factor in disaster recovery planning

Chuck Saia on workforce resilience

As CEO of Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Chuck Saia understands the value not only of traditional risk management, but the emerging practices and technologies designed to help organizations be risk resilient in the face of cyberattacks, black swans, and in this case: natural disasters.

From his experience serving as chief Risk, Reputation, and Regulatory Affairs officer at Deloitte LLP prior to his appointment as CEO, Chuck also understands the importance of viewing risk as a strategic asset to create value. Here, he discusses the importance of including people in crisis and disaster recovery planning and the strength of Deloitte’s Houston colleagues following Hurricane Harvey.

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Cybersecurity in the Age of Smart Manufacturing: Wall Street Journal Risk & Compliance Journal

Are you getting value out of your risk program? COSO’s ERM framework update comes with strategic risk advantage

Cyber risk is nothing new to any company operating today, but for many manufacturers, the threats are more acute than ever. The current pace of digital transformation, coupled with increased digital interconnectedness around the globe, can further exacerbate the risks of cyber intrusions. Cybersecurity in the Age of Smart Manufacturing explores how smart manufacturing, sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, heralds a new age of responsive supply networks and tailored products and services made possible by advanced technologies such as the internet of things (IoT), analytics, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), advanced materials, and augmented reality.

Traditionally, enterprise risk management (ERM) has been implemented to focus on value protection and risk functions were tasked with identifying threats to the organization’s business objectives or strategies. Increasingly, this has involved looking for obvious external threats, while also assessing fundamental challenges to how business is conducted. But in its implementation, ERM’s focus on the known threats, or downside of risk, missed the upside—that when made an essential component of decision making, the ability to spot and assess risk can help organizations create value and seize competitive advantage. Are you getting value out of your risk program?

Assurance & Internal Audit

Regulatory & Operational Risk

Cybersecurity risk management examination: Staying one step ahead

2019 Regulatory Outlooks: Navigating the year ahead

Almost two years ago, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) released its cybersecurity attestation reporting framework. The framework provides a blueprint that businesses can use to evaluate, report, and communicate the effectiveness of their cybersecurity risk management program to key stakeholders. The framework is now more relevant than ever. Learn more about the impact that the framework has had and what lies ahead for companies.

Across a wide range of industries, most companies are forging ahead with their risk and compliance initiatives, even as regulatory uncertainty will likely remain a significant and ongoing challenge. Fortunately, many of the changes companies are making to achieve compliance are useful improvements that are worth doing from a risk and business perspective. Explore regulatory trends, challenges, and opportunities that will impact the banking, energy, insurance, life sciences, investment management, and securities industries in our 2019 Regulatory Outlooks.


Financial Risk, Transactions, & Restructuring

Focus on five: Reconsider your approach

Leading practices in infrastructure investment: Identifying and overcoming infrastructure gaps

Organizations can reduce the risk of anti-corruption and fraud risk management through the new guidelines by ISO 37001, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and recently issued leading practices for fraud risk management. Read five insights for consideration to help you address these and other important questions your organization may have for the future. Explore our Focus on five today.

Every year, the US spends more than US Dollar 400 billion on public infrastructure. But annual infrastructure funding routinely falls short of capital and maintenance requirements, contributing to deterioration of the country's infrastructure assets. Expanding and repairing aging US infrastructure demands coordination among all stakeholders—especially federal, state, and local governments. Here's how it can be done: Leading practices in infrastructure investment.

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