Monthly Archives: June 2012

In Libor we trust?

For the whole last week, the press was full of stories of how Barclay’s manipulated Libor. For the uninitiated, Libor stands for “London Interbank Offered Rate” and it is essentially the average interest rate at which one bank can borrow … Continue reading

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Trust and trustworthiness

This is a recurring subject, so it is better to tackle it head-on. Lets’ start from the quote coming from Philip Virgo’s blog “…a fundamental split between those trusted because they accept liability when things go wrong and those who … Continue reading

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Why ‘governance’?

‘Governance’ sounds a bit strange next to ‘trust’, but there is a reason for using this particular term. We are not taking here about ‘trust management’ or ‘trust assurance’. They are both different than trust governance. How? Trust management is … Continue reading

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TERM – what kind of term is it?

TERM stands for Trust Enhanced Risk Management. Interested? Read on. It is widely recognised among IT security practitioners that risk management is easy in theory but hard in practice. That’s possibly because the theory of risk management fails to address … Continue reading

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Cannot be more brief..

Trust is an enabler of corporate growth. It makes technology investment work. Companies should optimise their governance of trust to benefit from e.g. up to 40% in operational cost savings. Contact us for more information. That’s it. Trust governance in … Continue reading

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