Tag: cybersecurity

efficiency

Private Equity CFOs Rank Operational Efficiency as Top Priority, but Take Varied Approaches to Achieve It

Private equity chief financial officers (CFOs), facing pressures including increased investor scrutiny and intensifying market competition, are seeking operational success via different pathways, according to the EY 2018 Global Private Equity CFO survey, Operational excellence: one path or many?

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HR

3 Strategic Foci for HR in 2018

Strategic focus is a business buzzword these days. Just Google the term. You will find that many top business publications have recent articles on the topic. I don’t think that is a new revelation, however. In business—indeed, in life—there is only so much time and energy available. There always are things that must be done—ordinary, […]

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benefits

Software Glitch Causes $100K Benefits Shortfall, DOL Says

A recent U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division investigation of Alabama-based government contractor InfoPro Corp. found an unintentional software glitch caused employee health and welfare benefits to be underpaid from July 1, 2015, to September 30, 2016. Division investigators determined that InfoPro owed $126,329 in health and welfare benefits to 84 employees […]

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data breach

Prepare for Targeted Attacks on High-Value Data

With ongoing changes in the threat ecosystem and regulatory climate, employers need to be looking beyond the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other traditional breach laws to prioritize the organization’s critical knowledge assets, according to data security attorneys who spoke at a recent American Bar Association (ABA) conference.

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training

What Is the ROI of Your Ethics and Compliance Training Program?

If your organization is like many in a recent study, you might struggle to answer that question. That’s because many organizations do not attempt to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI) for their ethics and compliance training program.

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Cybercrime not just tech department’s problem; HR also has role to play

With headlines about data breaches, ransomware, viruses, and other cyberthreats becoming routine, it seems no one is immune, especially now with the rise of the “internet of things”—all those devices capable of accessing the internet and collecting and exchanging data. Today’s malicious hackers have no shortage of opportunities to wreak havoc.  Such a pervasive and […]

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Cybersecurity bill gives employers plenty to consider

The U.S. House and Senate have both passed versions of a cybersecurity bill that would enable companies to voluntarily share information on cyberattacks. The likelihood that some form of the measure will soon become law means employers need to consider whether or how they should participate. The Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act on […]

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