Most Americans are not willing or able to use an app tracking coronavirus infections
The apps would work by using the short-range Bluetooth radios standard in smartphones to create anonymized records of the people they had interacted with while going about their day. When smartphone users learn that they are infected, health officials would give them a code they could use to send alerts to the people they had come into contact with, urging protective measures such as testing or quarantine.
Scientists to Stop COVID-19 Releases Four Proposals
Proposals aim to produce safe and effective COVID-19 therapeutics and vaccines in the shortest possible timeframe and reopen our society in a manner that reduces the risk of future COVID-19 outbreaks.
Security Executive Council Launches COVID-19 Security Resource Page
The new page includes vetted security-specific tools and resources that will help security leaders transition their organizations safely through the next pandemic phases of deceleration and phased recovery.
The US is tracking people's movements with phone data, and it's part of a massive increase in global surveillance
Governments across the world are galvanizing every surveillance tool at their disposal to help stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
This is the human impact of COVID-19 – and how business can help
Following WHO advice, there is a need for the business community to move from general support to specific actions and focus on countries’ access to critical supplies.
Zoom’s A Lifeline During COVID-19: This Is Why It’s Also A Privacy Risk
As the COVID-19 crisis is increasing the frequency people use the video chat service Zoom, it’s important we are aware of the implications for our privacy.
Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis
12 tips on how to lead your business through the coronavirus
Flybe won’t be the last business to be downed by the coronavirus
As the infection and death toll from coronavirus continues to creep higher, the first high-profile corporate casualties are starting to emerge.
The coronavirus outbreak is the 'biggest danger' for the global economy since the financial crisis and could halve growth in 2020, OECD warns
The novel coronavirus has the world economy in its most "precarious position" since the 2008 financial crisis, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said in its latest forecast.
SEC Renames GSOC Best Practices Group
The Next Generation GSOC Group continues to drive GSOC innovation.
Johns Hopkins Offers Coronavirus Tracker
John Hopkins University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering has deployed a real-time 2019-nCoV virus tracker.
Virus threatens U.S. companies’ supply of Chinese-made parts and materials
“The concern is not the zombie apocalypse with people dying in the streets. The concern is that a huge chunk of the global economy gets put out of commission as people wait it out,” said Patrick Chovanec, managing director at Silvercrest Asset Management in New York.
How the coronavirus is already hurting global business
Major shops, restaurants and tourist destinations are shuttering their doors across China, as global businesses begin to feel the effects of the deadly Wuhan virus outbreak.
Justifying Improvements Is Security's Biggest Challenge
Security practitioners still frequently struggle to show the value of security programs and improvements, according to new survey results released this month by the Security Executive Council.
Home Depot Ties Opioid Crisis to Recent Surge in Store Theft
The shrink has gotten so bad that it will narrow Home Depot’s operating profit margins next year, executives said during a meeting with analysts and investors.
6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability
One in five employees report experiencing a cultural crisis – a significant incident indicative of troubling workplace attitudes and behaviors – in their organization in the last year or two.
Climate change risks need new risk management approach: Experts
Traditional risk management strategies don’t fully address the broad and long-term threats of a changing climate, but they can be adjusted to better cope with the problems that arise from rising temperatures.