An insight into the new contradictions that risk management approaches need to accommodate.
We examine how supply chain management has become increasingly global and complex making risk management more challenging.
Examining business use of technology to understand where potential vulnerabilities lie and when to resource internal audit teams to ensure threats to business resilience are prevented.
Learn how internal audit functions are proactively addressing ‘softer’ measures, such as behaviour and culture, to drive business integrity.
Learn how data analytics and robotic process automation is helping change internal audit’s functions, to stay ahead of the competition.
The board needs a trusted, objective view of culture. Who better than internal audit for the job?
What are the five steps needed to evaluate your business performance against the six capitals, promoting organisational change and enhancing business integrity?
Our article examines the link between internal audit and business integrity, offering advice on how to identify and strengthen this connection.
Are you aware of the four steps you can take to turn compliance into a competitive edge in your market?
How can organisations rethink the risks associated with their digital strategy?
Understanding and preparing for new data regulations and how organisations can keep up with regulations in a digital world
What do you do and whom do you hack? Would your systems stand up to a cyber attack? Notable penetration tester Mathew Ettelaie outlines what organisations should do to prepare.
Poor cyber security puts revenues and reputations at risk, which is why it should be such a high priority for the whole C-suite.
What are the real risks behind blockchain technology? Get behind the hype and discover its true potential.
Divided we fall: why communication and collaboration is the best weapon against cyber and financial fraud threats.
Banks have focused on minimising conduct risk in the past decade, but the experience of other organisations shows they need to look at culture and customer experience too.
How can lessons from golf shape your approach to risk management? I talk through three of them – risk, technology and complacency.
Business leaders still view the need to comply with legislation as an unwanted burden rather than a chance to define their company. It’s time to listen and not dictate.
There’s no getting away from fraud - we consider the circumstances they thrive in and the mechanisms that can help stop them.
If companies are going to turn disruption into opportunity, many will need to revolutionise their approach to risk management.
Melissa Allen, UK head of risk consulting at KPMG in the UK, discusses how using the right tools can turn risk into a competitive advantage.
If CEOs want to develop a more dynamic approach to strategy they need strong Chief Risk Officers with holistic, commercial and pro-active view of risk.
Your weakest link? Is a flabby risk culture undermining robust risk management in your business?
Get a clearer picture of cyber risk. Discover a better way to understand risk in a complex, connected world.
Cyber threats are changing fast. Attacks are now directed by criminals aiming to monetise weaknesses via theft, blackmail or extortion
General counsels’ (GC) responsibilities have become increasingly complex in recent years. But with many businesses evolving at exceptional speed, GCs need to accelerate the transformation of their own roles.
If the risk team is not knocking on the boardroom door to discuss AI right now, either about the risks of using of AI or about using AI to manage risk, they soon will be. KPMG’s Shamus Rae and Paul Holland discuss.