Intangible assets can be ‘the solution’, but, postponing or waiting until a company is partially or totally broken is not the most prudent forward looking course of action.
Archives for December 2010
For most company’s, a singular focus on financial statements vs. non-financials and intangibles does not provide a comprehensive picture of its soundness!
A successful and effective ‘corporate defense’ program requires coordination and integration and a clear understanding of what’s necessary to safeguard the interests of (a company’s) stakeholders.
The ‘wikileaks’ phenomena is rapidly adding new and increasingly challenging dimensions to corporate reputation risk management!
it should come as no surprise then that PFC Manning, or whomever the culprit or culprits may really turn out to be, either felt compelled, or acted merely because they had the ability to do so, by engaging in the act of downloading and copying what has been described as largely classified information and making it available to Wikileaks.
Information asset protection policies and practices are being too narrowly framed or overly influenced by a cyber (IT, computer) security orientation.