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  • Risk Angles: Five questions on business risks related to water and other critical resources
    In this Risk Angle, William Sarni, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, offers his thoughts on some questions commonly asked about water-related business risk.
  • The Risk Intelligent general counsel
    The legal and regulatory terrain has gotten rougher, yet the general counsel must not only keep up, but stay ahead.
  • The Risk Intelligent chief compliance officer
    In a demanding regulatory environment, effective compliance risk management is paramount.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions about applying analytics to risk management
    In this issue, Vivek Katyal, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP, discusses how leaders can apply analytics to risk management.
  • A risk-based approach: Security and privacy in the cloud
    Watch a presentation by Irfan Saif, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP – part of a Dash series on the impact of cloud adoption across the enterprise.
  • Risk Intelligent governance in the age of cyber threats
    Learn how four leading practices can give executives and the board valuable insights on cyber risk management strengths and weaknesses.
  • The risk committee resource guide for boards
    This guide was designed to assist boards that are considering, establishing or maintaining a board risk committee.
  • Risk Angles: Five questions about risk committees
    Henry Ristuccia, partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP and co-Leader of Governance and Risk Management Services, shares his perspective.
  • Evolve or fail
    Is your security capability evolving with your business strategy? Read this Deloitte Review article to learn more.
  • Brand resilience
    The battle between insurgent brand saboteurs and counterinsurgent brand stewards will probably only intensify in the coming years.
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