Here we bring you a fresh view of enterprise, with insights and analysis from the TORI team.

Posted Fri 18 Oct 2019

In the first of a series of events from TORI Global and international law firm, Taylor Wessing, we hosted a webinar to discuss a number of critical topics around the new EBA Outsourcing Guidelines.

Posted Wed 21 Aug 2019

Blog no.3 in our series examines the impact that Third Parties can have on an organisation's business resilience, and provides steps to take for managing its inherent risks.

Posted Fri 9 Aug 2019

Our blog series continues with a look at the crucial role that people and culture play in contributing to Business Resilience.

Posted Fri 26 Jul 2019

The first instalment in our three-part blog series on Business Resilience. In this entry, we set the scene with regards to the view from the market place and introduce our approach on the topic.

Posted Mon 1 Jul 2019

With FinTechs becoming serious challengers within the financial services industry, we look at some of the top trends to watch out for in the remainder of 2019 and beyond.

Posted Thu 13 Jun 2019

Read the follow-up to our April blog on the 'Four Pillars of SMCR'.

Posted Fri 5 Apr 2019

How to successfully embed SMCR within your organisation

Posted Thu 21 Feb 2019

Five core principles for creating an effective Compliance function.

Posted Wed 13 Feb 2019

The impact of the growing problem of retained data

Posted Wed 13 Feb 2019

Exploring the dynamics of enterprise storage management in an infographic

Posted Wed 13 Feb 2019

The challenge of good enterprise data management 

Hello 2019. Hello SMCR

Posted Thu 24 Jan 2019

Like every New Year, the next month or so is a time when many of us are stopping something, or starting something, or changing something with noble aims of improving health, well-being, relationships or finances. On top of making those changes, in 2019 many senior managers will be considering other behaviour changes to respond to the challenges of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) so that they define, accept and demonstrate greater personal accountability for standards of conduct and outcomes.