For CIOs, listening to compliance matters more than ever (Chief Investment Officer)

CIOs, firm executives and other senior management should be routinely engaging with compliance personnel amid the pandemic fueled remote workplace. Security risks and hacking threats abound in the wave of virtual meetings and home-based communications that have become the new norm – and FrontLine’s Founder and President, Amy Lynch, advises firms’ compliance to be proactive with management about the risks. Ms. Lynch stresses that of particular concern for CIOs and their firms are business continuity plans (BCPs) that fall short of what’s needed since they were structured for short-term events. She notes that management has a responsibility to have a pandemic plan in place and compliance should ensure it’s effectively deployed. See Chief Investment Officer (CIO) (view through free subscription), “Your Hacking Risk: What You Don’t Know Really Can Hurt You”