Management accountants can play a crucial role in the war on cyber-crime.
Remote work is convenient, but it can expose organisations to data breaches if workers’ mobile devices are not properly secured.
Internal auditors can use a number of strategies to help organisations do a better job tracking down fraud, according to a panel of internal auditors, fraud examiners, and a regulator.
Management accountants can and should rise to the cyber-security challenge, according to Peter Simons, FCMA, CGMA.
Most businesses would benefit from strengthening their enterprise risk approach, a global survey of executives suggests. Here are five tips to get started.
To provide strategic leadership, CFOs need these skills in addition to expertise in accounting, finance, and strategy, research suggests.
Amal Ratnayake, FCMA, CGMA, shares thoughts on recent articles about corporate crisis management, hacking, income inequality, and more.
This report, now on its third edition, provides insights from 586 executives in organisations around the world into the current state of enterprise-wide risk oversight.
Eight tips for business to cut out fraud and corruption in the workplace
This paper highlights some of the recent developments and trends related to anti-corruption and fraud prevention that can help CGMA designation holders to champion better business for the long term.
US public companies spent more time in 2016 than in the previous year complying with Sarbanes-Oxley Act regulations, according to a new survey report.
Cybersecurity is one of the most important topics in business today, but it can be hard for executives to understand how much they should be investing in their companies’ defences.
Data show that terrorism risk around the world is rising. Organisations should be vigilant in scanning the horizon for threats and updating plans to address terror concerns.
Leff, a CPA, CGMA and Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Fandango, a unit of NBCUniversal, and PADI Divemaster, thinks people have the wrong idea about his favorite pastime.
Companies around the world are dealing with a “powerful escalation” of the cyber-attack method known as ransomware.
A UN agency’s former CFO looks back on how he improved governance and transparency across offices worldwide.
Without proper oversight, organisations may fail to get the most out of risk management programmes. Hiring a chief risk officer could be the solution.
Organisations are increasingly focused on managing risks related to the unexpected outcomes of expected events.
Boards can’t afford to ignore threats to cyber-security, which could slow operations, halt mergers, or create a public relations nightmare.
Being the CFO at a fast-growing start-up can be addictive. David Lee, FCMA, CGMA, who left a British multinational conglomerate to work with tech start-ups nine years ago, explains why.