Renee Murphy

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Infographic — Face The Business Risks Of Climate Change Head On

Renee Murphy June 22, 2021
Climate change poses numerous business risks. No industry is immune. Use this infographic to explore how the climate crisis affects businesses and how bold action can mitigate your organization's risk exposure.
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New TSA Cybersecurity Directive Signals That The Era Of Self-Regulation Is Over (If There Ever Was One)

Alla Valente June 2, 2021
On the heels of the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity signed by the President after a ransomware attack forced the shutdown of Colonial Pipeline, the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the agency responsible for overseeing pipeline security, on May 27, 2021, has announced its own Security Directive of new cybersecurity […]
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Renee Murphy April 23, 2021

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Systemic Risk For 2021

Renee Murphy March 31, 2021

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Climate Risk Is Here To Stay — Emerging Solutions Help Your Business Adapt

Renee Murphy July 15, 2020
The top five global risks identified in terms of likelihood in the World Economic Forum’s annual The Global Risks Report 2020 were all environmental or climate-related: 1) extreme weather events; 2) failure to adapt to climate change; 3) man-made environmental damage; 4) biodiversity and ecosystem loss; and 5) natural disasters. There is no doubt about it: […]
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Answering The Top Return-To-Work Questions For Our Government Clients

Stephanie Balaouras May 13, 2020
Learn more about translating social distancing guidelines to the workplace, providing safe commuting options, and more.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins March 23, 2020
Better Late Than Never: There’s Still Time To Improve Your Pandemic Plans Companies are showing renewed interest in business continuity and revising their pandemic plans in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Last week, federal banking regulators issued additional guidance to help banks and their customers cope with the financial fallout of the outbreak. And a review of the risk sections of the annual reports for the Fortune 50 showed that about half […]
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Coronavirus And Climate Change Reveal Systemic Risk For Third Parties

Renee Murphy March 11, 2020
Climate change will create endless obstacles for companies to navigate, yet firms continue to claim that there is no way to mitigate the risk. Currently, we are witnessing the damage created by not accounting for your third-party risks. We knew a new pandemic would come, and much like pandemics, climate change is inevitable.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins February 24, 2020
Don’t Read This Before Dinner There are some things that can’t be unseen. Chief among them, a Whopper decomposing in high definition to demonstrate that Burger King plans to remove artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives from the burger. Industry pundits are all abuzz with opinion (ahem!), and Burger King is the toast of media town, posed for ad award glory. But will it help Burger King sell more burgers? So far, Burger […]
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RSA Conference Cancellations: Coronavirus Fears Or Supply Chain Uncertainty?

Alla Valente February 21, 2020
As 40,000 attendees descend on San Francisco for the annual security pilgrimage that is the RSA Conference, more sponsors pull out of the event citing safety concerns over the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski February 3, 2020
Leadership Transition At IBM Means More Cloud, More Cloud Services, More Cloud Focus IBM is unlikely to ever have the economics of an Amazon, Azure, Google, or Alibaba. But it does have the largest footprint as a strategic partner of any vendor — 50% more customers than Accenture in our latest Forrester Analytics Business Technographics® […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski November 11, 2019
By Silencing Hackers With NDAs, Uber Could Legitimize Ransom Attacks As A Business Despite a half-billion-dollar marketing campaign last year to rebuild Uber’s image, the ride-sharing giant’s reputation problem just keeps getting worse. On Wednesday, two of the (now known to be) three hackers responsible for the 2016 breach and ransom of 57 million riders’ […]
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Integrated Risk Management: What Is It?

Renee Murphy November 8, 2019
I am often asked, “Renee, what is integrated risk management (IRM), and how is it different from GRC?” You are neither misinformed nor are you horribly confused. We have been on a seven-year journey together maturing governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) programs to eventually give you the process, program, and data to get to […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski October 15, 2019
The California Attorney General just Published CCPA rules, and they're clear as mud.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski October 7, 2019
Cybersecurity Awareness Month Is Underway Executives consider cyberattacks the second leading global risk to doing business, per the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Global Risks Report. The US Senate passed a law to help firms suffering from ransomware attacks, and the NSA launched a new Cybersecurity Directorate. With a flurry of activity already underway, it’s going […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski September 9, 2019
Le Tote Buys Lord & Taylor — A Most Peculiar Way To Buy Growth Fashion subscription company Le Tote agreed to acquire the storied (if tired) department store Lord & Taylor. We have several questions. For starters, the price. Le Tote, a popular yet relatively nascent rental company, has raised $62.5 million in venture capital […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski September 4, 2019
An Oklahoma court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $571M for involvement in “false, misleading, and dangerous marketing campaigns” that contributed to the state’s opioid crisis. Here’s both a risk and brand perspective on why business leaders should care. J&J Shares Recover — But Its Reputation May Not Our Security & Risk Analysts Alla Valente […]
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J&J Shares Recover Amid $571M Fine, But Its Reputation May Never Recoup

Renee Murphy September 3, 2019
Last week, an Oklahoma court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $571 million for involvement in “false, misleading, and dangerous marketing campaigns” that contributed to the opioid addiction crisis in the state. This case is interesting for a couple of reasons: 1) It’s the first ruling in the US to hold a drug manufacturer accountable […]
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Collective Bargaining: Your Biggest Risk In The Age Of The Customer

Renee Murphy August 23, 2019
Social media has created customer groups that coalesce around a brand — in effect, a union. They collectively can and will change your corporate policy. With collective bargaining, business as usual is no longer acceptable. Are you ready for the empowered, technically savvy, and motivated customer? It’s the age of the customer: What are you […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Matthew Guarini April 24, 2019
Crisis Management Is Changing  Boeing’s having a tough run. The company is under intense scrutiny after two crashes involving its 737 MAX jets, with governments grounding planes globally. This isn’t the first time Boeing planes have crashed — but PR-wise, it’s the worst. What’s different serves as caution for all leaders, regardless of industry. The […]
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