In order to digitize services and processes, increase productivity through agility and automation, enhance customer experience, and capitalize on new analytical technologies, businesses in all industries are launching digital and analytical transformations. Yet without any systematic way to capture and handle the associated risks, most of these transformations are performed. Many projects have limited controls from protection, privacy, and risk and legal teams built into the new systems, underdeveloped change plans, and sometimes insufficient design feedback. As a result, businesses are producing secret non-financial risks in, among other fields, cybersecurity, technological debt, advanced analytics and organizational resilience. The pandemic of … Continue reading DERISKING DIGITAL AND ANALYTICAL TRANSFORMATIONS