I DON’T want to spoil your holiday travel plans, but a recent interview with the UK’s Joint Forces Command highlighted that critical transport infrastructure is open to cyber attack, including air and road traffic control, plus rail and other transport systems.
THE public finances, ‘the deficit’, and the extent to which Northern Ireland is dependent on public spending have been much explored and discussed topics over the past 11 years since the credit crunch.
IN a fast-changing, yet unpredictable marketplace, firms of all sizes must take the precautions necessary to ensure the continued success of their business by taking part in meticulous risk management practices.
IT is often said that ‘all politics is local’ meaning that the success of any politician is dependent on keeping their roots firmly embedded among their constituents - and the same is certainly true for leading businesses.
MARKETERS are under increasing pressure to understand the brave new world of CSV (creating shared value) and brand citizenship, if they are to embed social value within their businesses and meet the needs of a more socially-aware public.
THE Northern Ireland economy has faced a challenging 18 months but, as we approach the summer, it’s important to remember that it’s not all doom and gloom - because tourism in particular remains a bright spot, and is something we can, and should, feel optimistic about.