Tag Archives: JP Morgan

Cybersecurity takes centre stage as a crisis risk

2014 was a landmark year for cybersecurity, which saw a real change in reputational risk for corporations and other organisations.  It also reinforced once and for all that hackers and data breaches are never “just an IT problem” The year began with … Continue reading

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A memorable year for financial dishonesty

With Christmas approaching, it’s timely to remember the manager at the Southend branch of the British Tax Office who was jailed in November for robbing the staff Christmas Savings Fund.  She managed to skim over £160,000 from her colleagues’ savings before she … Continue reading

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Abuse of financial trust destroys reputations

It’s been a pretty rough few months for the reputation of people we trust to look after money. Sadly, executive dishonesty seems to be one of those “undiscussibles” when it comes to assessing organizational risk issues. Last month JP Morgan … Continue reading

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Crisis preparedness a top priority for improvement

Being prepared to deal effectively with crises remains one of the most important issues facing public relations and communications professionals. A massive study of practitioners around the world has ranked the importance of crisis preparedness second only to dealing with … Continue reading

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