Articles tagged with:
security

  • Business corporate protection safety security concept

    Could better cyber-security facilitate more business?

    With high-profile cyber-attacks continuing to make headlines, treasurers cannot afford to ignore the importance of cyber-security. But should this area be viewed as a straightforward necessity, or can it be approached as a business enabler?

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    Making cyber-security a business enabler

    With high-profile cyber-attacks continuing to make headlines, treasurers cannot afford to ignore the importance of cyber-security. But should this area be viewed as a straightforward necessity, or can it be approached as a business enabler?

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    Cyber-threats set to intensify this year

    Cyber-security is to become an even more critical area for treasury departments to focus on in 2017.

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    Say goodbye email-overload, hello collaborative chat

    Communication is vital to most businesses but sometimes there is just too much of it, particularly via email. The answer may lie in a new professional messaging and collaboration platform that went public yesterday with a major revamp.

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    Tomorrow’s people: ACT annual conference looks to the future

    It may be home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites but the hosting of this year’s ACT annual conference in Liverpool was all about tomorrow; financing tomorrow to be more precise. Treasury Today reports from the city’s ACC venue.

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    Justifying the cost of compliance

    New regulatory changes requiring urgent attention continue to land in treasurers’ in-trays around the globe on a near daily basis. In this article, we ask: does regulatory compliance always have to be a burden? What happens when treasurers conceive of compliance projects instead as an opportunity to improve the operational efficiency of their departments?

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    Taking BAM to the BBC

    When you have a presence in almost every country in the world, bank account management can become a challenging process. Treasury Today hears how global broadcaster, the BBC, brought its accounts under control.

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    A tangled web

    Defined by the UK Serious Fraud Office as intentional deception to obtain an advantage, avoid an obligation or cause loss to another person or company, fraud is an ongoing issue for the business community. Treasury Today considers the threat from the treasurer’s perspective and asks what role the profession has in defending corporate cash and reputation.

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    Houston, we don’t have a problem

    It would be the world’s 12th largest economy if it was actually a sovereign state and it would be a rare one too with growth of more than 5%. A new survey of the Texan treasury community reveals its hopes and fears.

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    T2S is coming: what corporates should know

    As the Eurozone Target2 Securities platform gets set to go live in June, market participants have flagged a warning that repo trade settlement has not been sufficiently covered. What impact will this have on corporate treasurers?