The latest EY survey on fraud and corruption suggests that increased regulation is failing to improve levels of corporate ethical behaviour
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Increased regulation “failing to improve levels of corporate ethical behaviour” finds EY survey

The UK is making progress when it comes to tackling fraud and corruption but regulators, Boards and enforcement agencies are still struggling to translate policies into improvements in ethical behaviour. These are the key findings of EY’s 2015 Europe, Middle East, India and...
Posted On 18 May 2015
James Welch of Liberty
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Liberty takes fight against mass surveillance to European Court of Human Rights

Liberty has filed an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal’s ruling that UK intelligence agencies’ mass surveillance activities are legal. Liberty is challenging the Tribunal’s December 2014 judgement that GCHQ’s Tempora...
Posted On 13 Apr 2015
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Controls on Security Training and Assessment: Why they must be strengthened

Following recent BBC Inside Out reports of alleged malpractice in security training centres understood to be working with a number of awarding organisations, Raymond Clarke stimulates discussion and thinking around improvements that can be made to training and assessment...
Posted On 10 Apr 2015
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