Tag: Governance


cyber security / Governance / Uncategorized

Connecting Information Security and Corporate Governance Lawyers and government are not technically qualified to make cyber governance decisions…. For business leaders who are unwilling to make the governance choices needed to insure security on line, it is likely that someone else will make those choices for them. That is the all too likely and harsh reality Ryn Melberg describes to the listeners of her weekly...

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cyber security / Governance / Uncategorized

CNBC’s secure password tutorial sent your password in the clear to 30 advertisers. This article from ‘boingboing’ is very appropriate as a compliment to this week’s podcast on cyber security and the relationship it has to corporate governance. The Guardian Podcast can be heard here on the web site, or on Sound Cloud (https://soundcloud.com/harold-nicoll/connecting-information-security-and-corporate-governance) or iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/connecting-information-security/id977764101?i=365753826&mt=2).  One thing is certain from the podcast and...

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cybercrime Governance / The Guardian Podcast

The key to defeating cyber crime is to make security a board level priority at every organization of any size, according to Ryn Melberg who is the host of The Guardian Podcast. Cyber security violations represent crime on an epic scale with every remedy soon thwarted and defeated by cyber criminals who are as clever and skilled as they are evil. The way to win...

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Business / News / The Guardian Podcast

Social Media Policies and Corporate Governance. Is it possible for company policy on social media posts from employees about the company to be promotional, non-restrictive and transparent all at once? Are the employees an ‘army of pro-business advocates’ waiting to be unleashed? On her weekly podcast entitled “The Guardian” Ryn Melberg takes listeners through the steps needed to have a good policy based on a...

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The servant leader is the example Ryn Melberg cites in this week's podcast on leadership in an Agile Environment. Business / News / The Guardian Podcast

Corporate Governance Social Media Policy. There was bound to be a nexus between social media, company policy and best practices. This includes what employees do on line while on and off the clock and extends to customers, suppliers, shareholders, neighbors and yes employees. Corporate Governance Social Media Policy. There are some businesses that do not allow their employees to say anything about them on social...

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The Guardian Podcast: Agile Methodology, Governance and Boards of Directors Business / The Guardian Podcast / Uncategorized

This week Ryn The Guardian Melberg discusses the ways that practices from Agile can be used to improve the overall work and practices of boards of directors for privately owned, publicly traded or even non-profit companies. The benefits of an Agile Board will extend to the entire company. Similarly, if Agile stops at the board, there is a break in governance and transparency. Examples of...

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Business / The Guardian Podcast / Uncategorized

VW’s uniquely awful governance at fault in emission scandal and is the topic this week on The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg. This article from Money Control informs about the issues of board membership and how a lack of diverse ideas will keep VW from recovering. Read more at: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/world-news/vws-uniquely-awful-governance-at-faultemission-scandal_3411781.html?utm_source=ref_article