Advancements in new technologies always assure to crop up with proficiency gains, high throughput and lower costs. When it comes to such advancements, the job for procurement is to have a clear understanding about how they function, what they are and what exactly they will make over for the greater cause of the business.
Europe is one of the worst offending regions in the world when it comes to women working in cybersecurity, with females making up just 7% of the industry workforce and one of the biggest gender pay gaps in the world according to the Global Information Security Workforce Study.
Financial institutions are playing a numbers game in the core of their business: they evaluate risks and opportunities of potential transactions and if the perceived benefits outweigh the associated risks they will agree to the deal. In the case of traditional banking, this is true for the credit approval process, whereas in the case of insurance companies, the correct evaluation of risk factors determines the conditions of an insurance policy. Like weather forecasts demonstrate, assessments of future events like risk factors or return expectations may occasionally be wrong.
Let’s face it – many people believe governance is boring. It’s all about compliance, following arcane rules and paying attention to details. There is nothing transformational, customer-experiential or disruptive about it.