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10 Ways to Detect and Measure Risk

By Daniel Kandola |

By simply being in business, organisations are exposed to thousands of risks every day. From supply chain risk, vendor risk, reputational risk, and technology failures, to accidents & incidents, non-compliance, strategic risk, and external threats from competitors, hackers, and geopolitical circumstances, businesses have a lot to manage.  To understand the risks they are facing, and … Continued

Risk & Resilience New Zealand Summit 2022

By Dean Rogers |

Camms was delighted to be a part of the 2022 Risk & Resilience New Zealand Summit on August 9th-10th 2022 at the Aotea Centre, Auckland! Here’s a recap… Risk resilience is so much more than just good crisis management and effective business continuity planning – it’s built on solid systems and processes, which in turn … Continued

Meet the Camms Team at CeFPro Operational Risk Management USA

By Andrew Mercker |

Join Camms at the CeFPro 7th annual Operational Risk Management USA congress. A leading regional event dedicated to the financial services industry discussing best-practise solutions to manage the increasingly complex operational risk environment. This year’s congress will revolve around key topics including Resilience, Third Party Risk, Data Privacy, the Social Aspect of ESG, Risk Quantification, … Continued

Meet the Camms Team Live at RIMS Canada!

By Andrew Mercker |

Camms is proud to be a sponsor at the RIMS Canada Conference 2022! Join Camms at the 48th Annual RIMS Canada Conference 2022 and participate in this industry focused event, well-known for providing keynote speakers, panel discussions and educational sessions with risk management experts. Location: Halifax Convention Centre Dates: September 11-14, 2022 Hosted by the … Continued

Risk Agility – Why an Agile Approach to Risk Management Matters

By Adam Collins |

As the Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said: “Change is the only constant in life.” Fast-forward over 2,500 years and this still rings true for businesses – who must do all they can, to mitigate unwanted risk, remain agile and pivot plans at a moment’s notice.  According to Benjamin Franklin, “Time is Money” – something that … Continued

Camms Earns a Trio of ‘Leader’ Accolades on G2’s Summer Grid Reports!

By Adam Collins |

The Summer 2022 editions of the G2 Grids have been released, and we are proud to announce that Camms has once again been rated as a ‘Leader’ across a trio of market segments: GRC Platforms, Operational Risk Management and IT Risk Management. This is the third consecutive quarter that we have been named a leader … Continued

Effective Project Management in the Education Sector

By Andrew Mercker |

It’s not just students who must manage projects effectively in their pursuit of excellence. The educational institutions – schools, colleges, and universities – that are charged with imparting the knowledge and skills they need to flourish, must manage multiple projects & portfolios to enhance their facilities and the level of education provided – to stay … Continued

Effective Strategy Execution in the Education Sector

By Andrew Mercker |

Successful businesses don’t cross their fingers and hope they will achieve their goals; they anchor the programmes that underpin them into strategic planning processes so they can act proactively – and the education sector should be no different. Yes, the end goals differ in the profit-centric world of business where success is gauged on winning … Continued

Managing Risk – Lessons for the Education Sector

By Andrew Mercker |

Between mitigating the risks of COVID-19 and the shift to distance learning, schools, colleges and universities have had a lot to deal with over the past two tumultuous years. And with new risks emerging at a regular pace, heads of educational institutions no doubt have a long list of scenarios that could potentially impact the … Continued

Managing Compliance & Audits in the Education Sector

By Andrew Mercker |

The education sector is having to swat up on something that, if left unaccounted for, can expose students and staff to risks and institutions to fines, sanctions, and other penalties: regulatory compliance. To say the sector has become highly regulated is an understatement, with countless standards and laws holding it to account. Education institutions the … Continued

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