Whether you are new to the concept of enterprise risk management (ERM) or already have initiated an ERM process on campus, we recommend three key steps to ensure program success over time.
Some institutions are planning to convert traditional on-campus summer camps to “virtual” or online. If you are implementing this shift, consider these practices for managing the safety and liability risks of running virtual camps.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools, colleges, and universities to institute distance learning and move to a remote workforce model, making data security more essential.
Learn the four repeatable steps of enterprise risk management (ERM), a proactive and collaborative process that empowers campus leaders to discuss and manage risk at the scale of the institution rather than at the level of a single functional area or department.
The best framework for enterprise risk management (ERM) is one that fits your campus’s culture, structure, and needs. Learn what components are common to all ERM programs and what you need to modify for your institution.
Stakeholders are increasingly evaluating their schools, colleges, and universities based on the success of their institutional planning and risk management.
Employees often fail to report “red flags” or suspicions because they do not understand their reporting obligations. Protect children from harm and ensure legal compliance by understanding important aspects of reporting procedures.
Between 2012 and June 2017, educational institutions publicly disclosed more than 200 data breaches. Nearly half of these incidents were the result of hacking, malware, or phishing.