Private Companies has been saved
Navigating what’s next
Industry shifts. Cyber-attacks. Insider threats. Fraud, waste, and abuse. These types of risks can cause significant business disruption for companies, which is why it can be helpful to take a proactive, top-down approach to identifying and managing risks. How can private companies and family businesses adopt an enterprise-wide approach to risk management? Participants will identify modern risk management responses and how they may be able to apply these in a private or family-owned business environment.
The nearly 100-year-old era of commuting to an office and working a 9-5 job is practically gone. Private company leaders are at an inflection point and are reassessing where and how people work in the context of long-term real estate commitments, an evolving digital landscape, and a workforce with changing expectations. Participants will evaluate the future of work, fundamental aspects of workforce expectations, the digital workplace, and workforce listening.
What new SEC cyber ruling requirements could mean for private companies
In July 2023, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a final rule requiring companies to provide enhanced and standardized disclosures on cybersecurity risk management, strategy, governance, and incidents. While focused on public companies, there are notable implications for private companies. With less than six months before registrants must adopt these requirements, private companies should understand them and prepare. Participants will evaluate the impact of these new requirements on their business and operations.
Pillar Two and what it means for private companies
August 29, 2023
Framing the future of private company governance
May 3, 2023
Cyberthreats and trends for private companies
April 11, 2023