It’s Unanimous: Firms that ‘Know’ Bots Will Expand Their Usage
Automation is sweeping across the corporate landscape, with many companies expecting to use RPA in most or all of their functions within two years.
Vendor Risk: The Second-Class Citizen of Cybersecurity
Here's how companies can give vendor risk management the attention it deserves for warding off cyber attacks.
U.K. Committee: Facebook ‘Intentionally and Knowingly’ Broke Laws
"Companies like Facebook should not be allowed to behave like 'digital gangsters' in the online world," said a report from U.K. lawmakers.
Why Risk Management Should Be a Higher Priority
CFOs are equipped to turn risk into an advantage, an international accounting leader says.
Companies Must Be Held Accountable for Protecting Customers’ Data: Tim Cook
Speaking at a conference in Brussels, Apple's CEO said Europe's privacy regulations should be a model for policymakers.
Data Privacy Hoopla Is a Wake-Up Call
Retailers, banks, and other companies that collect customer data online must respond to growing concern among consumers.
The Financial Case for a Data Privacy Program
How to reduce costs and risks while increasing the business value of data.
Facebook Can’t Dodge Suit Over Photo Tagging
A judge rules Illinois' biometric privacy law may apply to Facebook's use of facial recognition software to tag photos.
Microsoft Sues Over Feds’ Secret Data Searches
The suit seeking to overturn a 1986 law aligns Microsoft with the tech industry in a high-stakes battle over privacy rights.
Facebook Facing German Competition Law Probe
Germany’s competition watchdog is investigating whether Facebook adequately discloses to customers the type and extent of the data it collects.
EU Steps Closer to Adopting Data Privacy Rules
Privacy advocates see the rules as a model for the rest of the world but tech firms fear harm to their businesses.