The latest enterprise risk management news from around the world

More than half of UK businesses are taking GDPR compliance risks

A survey of UK GDPR decision-makers conducted on behalf of Egress, has found that 52 percent of businesses are not fully compliant with the regulation, more than a year after its implementation. The survey also found that 37 percent of respondents had reported an incident to the ICO in the past 12 months, with 17 percent having done so more than once.

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Enterprise security risk management guidance launched by ASIS

ASIS International has published a new guidance document for enterprise security risk management (ESRM), claimed to be the first strategic security management tool of its kind, ‘elevating the security function by establishing a partnership between security professionals and business leaders to manage security risks’.

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Most ERM frameworks don't factor in reputation…

In an article on the Airmic website, Kasper Nielsen, chief strategy officer at the Reputation Institute, says that most organizations still don't understand how to manage their reputation.

"The problem with some ERM frameworks," says Kasper Nielsen, "is that they are two dimensional, focusing only on cost and likelihood.

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First ever guidelines on public risk management published

Underwriters Laboratories (UL), a global safety science leader, has announced the publication of ‘CAN/UL 2984, Management of Public Risks – Principles and Guidelines’. This first edition document is intended to provide guidance to organizations accountable for the management of public risk

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