Here’s your Risk Digest for the Week Ending 21st April 2017
One in five British companies has been hacked by cyber criminals over the past year, a new survey has indicated.
Free, easy-to-use hacking tools help many young people slip into a life of cyber-crime, according to a report.
Health & Safety
been embedded within the health and safety team at Thames Tideway Tunnel? Steve Hails, director of health, safety and wellbeing at the project, tells SHP about the decision to add security to his portfolio, and what it means for the business.
Ahmed Khalil, director of health and safety at the Bahrain Petroleum company (Bapco), is one of the most experienced safety executives in the Gulf. Beginning his career as a fireman, Khalil has worked his way up the ranks and built one of the preeminent safety cultures in the region.
The department store unveils a plan to improve the online part of its business and to boost its appeal as a “destination”.
Sports Direct has snapped up the US sports clothing and outdoor equipment chains Bob’s Stores and Eastern Mountain Sports in a $101m (£79m) deal.
New project aims to restore what was once Europe’s largest oyster fishery, off the south coast of England.
The company that has designed the cup describes the invention made from eucalyptus as a “world first”.
New rules are expected to be implemented as soon as next week, most likely in form of price cap on standard variable tariffs
Khalid al-Falih referred to a deal made in November by oil producers to cut production by more than one million barrels per day.
If you’re an avid tea drinker, you probably think you’ve got the method of making a good cuppa nailed.
It’s National Tea Day today and what better way to celebrate than with a top-notch finger sandwiches and dainty pastries, crisp tablecloths and the tinkle of teaspoons on saucers?
A payment card featuring a fingerprint sensor has been unveiled by credit card provider Mastercard.
Facebook is developing technology to let users communicate using only their thoughts, the internet giant confirmed on Wednesday night.
Nervous investors are continuing their gold spree as political uncertainty continues to drive demand.
Global financial stability has continued to improve, according to a new report from the International Monetary Fund.
The president of the European Parliament has indicated that Britain would be welcomed back into the EU fold if the government were to abandon its Brexit bid after the upcoming General Election.
The Tory PM reaffirms her support for the flagship promise, despite failing to achieve it during six years as home secretary.
The Lighter Side
The coins are 91.7% gold and would have been worth more than the price of a house at the time they were hidden in the instrument.
Travelers on the London-to-Uckfield train line were probably not that surprised to hear their service faced delays on Saturday afternoon.
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