Tag: Corporate Governance


Business / News / The Guardian Podcast / Uncategorized

This week on The Guardian Podcast Ryn discusses the business and political implications of cyber security for the U.S. The U.S. has a cyber security problem. According to published reports, the Chinese government is now building a Facebook like database filled with the profiles of federal employees and applicants with information that was stolen from the U.S. government computer databases earlier this year. Two breaches...

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Agile project methodology and corporate governance expert Ryn Melberg states that the recent cyber hacking of the Ashley Madison site was a “backdoor attack”. Melberg made this statement on her weekly podcast, “The Guardian With Ryn Melberg” which can be heard on iTunes, Soundcloud, or her web site, www.rynmelberg.com. The Ashley Madison website, which remains operational, uses a “bcrypt algorithm” that encrypts users’ passwords and...

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AshleyMadison.com, a site that helps married people cheat and whose slogan is “Life is Short, have an Affair” was recently hacked and information on as many as 37 million people is now public. This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg we will NOT discuss the salacious details associated with this news. Ryn will describe how using the Agile security protocols will help prevent...

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On her weekly podcast Ryn Melberg (www.rynmelberg.com) reviews the status of corporate governance reforms and continued shortcomings of three large and very high profile organizations. Earlier in the year, Ryn had discussed each of these and their unique governance challenges in depth. During this week’s edition of The Guardian podcast, she reviews each. On the surface these organizations seem very different. But each shares in...

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Business / The Guardian Podcast

What progress or cynical ploys were attempted in the wake of negative attention and in the case of FIFA indictments since they were originally discussed on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg? The outcomes are surprising. For FIFA, the U.S. Attorney General is still aggressively pursuing the case. FIFA According to Ryn, FIFA combines the world’s love of soccer with nationalism with a lot of...

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This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg we review three governance cases to see what progress has been made since we first discussed them. These are governance issues at FIFA, The Dow Chemical Company, and the passenger cruise industry. What positives or negatives have these three high profile organizations made after suffering some blistering and very public accusations? Click below to hear the...

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News / The Guardian Podcast / Uncategorized

This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg we discuss 3 huge governance and IT security failures. A couple of weeks ago, there was what can only be described as a very unusual coincidence. On July 8, 2015 the New York Stock Exchange, The Wall Street Journal and United Airlines were taken off the web by what were reported to be ‘technical glitches’. Now...

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch is pursuing criminal charges against members of FIFA. She is the only representative of law enforcements with enough influence to do so. News / The Guardian Podcast / Uncategorized

FIFA’s Failures Of Corporate Governance & Suggested Remedies FIFA is the governing body of the most popular professional sport in the world. That is why the entire world is paying attention as the Attorney General Loretta Lynch of the United States takes on a group that until now was always been beyond the reach of law enforcement. This week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn...

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FIFA & Corporate Governance Failures News

Corporate governance is a topic covered on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg regularly and especially when issues involving governance are in the news. That is the case this week as members of the governing board of FIFA, (which rules over the world of professional soccer, the most popular sport in the world), are under incredible scrutiny.  14 FIFA and other sports executives are already...

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Why does governance matter? Governance is the policies practices and procedures that protect stakeholder assets. Stakeholders are employees, customers and members of the broader community, so it has a very wide definition in terms of audience and who the stakeholders are. Governance also deals with the focus of investments and the results leaders and/or investors are trying to create compared to what is actually created....

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