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Management of Safety of Women

Posted: January 1st, 2013 Posted in Corporate Governance, Management Systems, Uncategorized With 4 Comments

Introduction A few days ago, India was witness to a most inhuman case – a 23 year old girl was raped in a moving bus in the capital city of New Delhi. As an Indian and a concerned parent of two daughters, I have been very closely following various TV debates (connected  with this incident), [...]

The Need for better Corporate Accountability through Business Continuity Management

Posted: March 21st, 2011 Posted in Business Continuity Management, Corporate Governance With Comments Off

In the recent past, India has witnessed some significant judicial rulings that are related to disasters. The most infamous amongst these has to be the ‘Bhopal gas tragedy’. Without any doubt, it comes across as a case of ‘pure disgrace’ on ‘Corporate Accountability’. In the case pertaining to the female employee in Bangalore, who was [...]

Infosec lessons from WikiLeaks

Posted: February 18th, 2011 Posted in Information Risk Management With Comments Off

Ashok Menon examines the ramifications of the WikiLeaks episode for both the Indian government and corporates In the recent past, a number of articles in various tabloids and discussions on various TV channels have centered around WikiLeaks. High pitched discussion on cyber laws, privacy issues, control of the Internet, esoteric aspects of diplomacy etc. have [...]