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“UK Boards of Directors don’t understand cyber threat” suggests Government’s Cyber Governance Health Check

The latest Government Cyber Governance Health Check has revealed that the top UK Boards still don’t understand the impact of a cyber attack on their business. Fewer than one-in-five Boards can claim to understand the impact of loss or disruption associated with cyber...
Posted On 13 Mar 2019
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Vulnerability to cyber attacks “poses biggest risk to businesses adopting 5G in UK”

UK businesses are most concerned about the susceptibility of 5G to cyber attacks according to EY’s latest Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) research. 40% of respondents are worried about 5G and cyber attacks while a similar percentage (37%) are cautious over the...
Posted On 20 Feb 2019
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CMA’s attempt to improve UK audit market “risks putting the cart before the horse” warns ICSA

ICSA: The Governance Institute has expressed concerns that the UK audit market will not improve unless issues of education, training and trust are first addressed. The Institute also believes that the statutory audit services update paper published by the Competition and Markets...
Posted On 19 Dec 2018
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“Progress made on corporate reporting, but there’s still room for improvement” states EY

The rhetoric around the new Corporate Governance Code and related legislation is already having a positive impact on corporate reporting in the FTSE 350, despite not officially coming into force until January next year. EY’s analysis of 100 annual reports from FTSE 350 companies...
Posted On 28 Sep 2018
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The Security Institute’s View

The security profession is at a Rubicon in its development and maturity as a component of the modern business structure. The evolution from the protection of physical assets to providing a more holistic ‘all-hazards’ approach to security risk management has been a...
Posted On 22 Jun 2018
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“No improvement in corruption within businesses” reports EY’s Global Fraud Survey

The scale of bribery and corruption has shown no improvement globally since 2012, despite the unprecedented level of enforcement activity enacted and the introduction of new corporate criminal liability laws in that time. This is according to the 15th EY Global Fraud Survey,...
Posted On 27 Apr 2018
RUSI headquarters in central London
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EY, Lloyds Banking Group and Thomson Reuters to support RUSI review of AML regime

With the support of EY, the Lloyds Banking Group and Thomson Reuters, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is set to conduct a detailed review of the current anti-money laundering (AML) regime in order to assess what reforms are required to tackle financial crime in the...
Posted On 28 Mar 2018
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Two-in-three bosses at Britain’s biggest businesses not trained to deal with cyber attacks

Britain’s top businesses and charities urgently need to do more when it comes to protecting themselves from online threats. According to new Government research and the latest ‘cyber health check’, one-in-ten FTSE 350 companies stated that they’re operating without a...
Posted On 22 Aug 2017
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“UK companies failing to foster culture of ethical behaviour” reveals EY Fraud Survey

A quarter of UK employees still believe that bribery and corruption happens widely in business in the UK. That’s according to the findings of EY’s biennial Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey. The perception of UK respondents is that little progress...
Posted On 13 Apr 2017
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New Security Control Centre unveiled by Eurotunnel Group at Coquelles Terminal

Eurotunnel Group has inaugurated its new Security Control Centre at the French Terminal in Coquelles in the presence of Madame Fabienne Buccio (Préfète of the Pas de Calais) and Paul Booth, deputy director of Border Force for the South East and Europe Region. The decision to...
Posted On 23 Jan 2017
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