Saturday March 28, 2020

Why risk management has to be taken seriously

13th November, 2016
Keith O’Leary, principal consultant with Sungard Availability Services

Risk management should be a core concern of any business, but many don’t take it as seriously as they could.

That’s the message from Keith O’Leary, principal consultant with Sungard Availability Services, who goes on to say that recent security issues suffered by the likes of Tesco show just what can go wrong when risk management is neglected.

The supermarket chain was hit by a major hack attack on...

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