The COP 26 summit saw the creation of the International Sustainability Standards Board. It is producing draft standards for climate-related corporate disclosures.
The three major areas that would benefit from industry-wide harmonization of cybersecurity regulations are data protection, interoperability and cost.
New proposed cybersecurity rules will require companies to report cyber breaches and explain how board members are planning to mitigate cyber risk.
Companies can uphold human rights by auditing their business practices and supply chains. But such due diligence must be precisely implemented.
Cyber attacks present a huge risk to companies and ultimately to society. Companies need to stop relying on insurance and manage cybersecurity effectively.
The emergence of mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence is a pivotal moment for firms to demonstrate a commitment to good corporate governance.
Public perceptions of pharma companies, banks and governments have improved in recent years. Technology companies are the most trusted types of organization, a new survey shows.
Employers must have difficult conversations, increase the diversity of their boards, and recognise that virtual networks cannot replace real-life relationships
About half of the 14,000 interviewed for a 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer Special Report: Climate Change have concluded that the fight on climate is already lost.
Public demand is growing worldwide for more transparency and scrutiny when it comes to corporate lobbying and its impact on environment and social issues.
Sustainable finance has come of age, outperforming conventional investments and helping to address climate change. Here’s what you need to know.
A new survey of C-suite executives in 21 countries reveals a disconnect between corporate ambitions to reduce climate impact and their concrete actions
Executives need to consider what strategic options artificial intelligence can create but also what types of risks they need to consider when deploying AI.
As the digital economic landscape evolves and cyber risks accelerate, organisations should have cyber resilience plans in place to address emerging threats
The Great Resignation has seen more people quit their jobs. Here's how companies can retain their talent and built conducive work environments in future.