Today, with so many boardrooms already returning to face-to-face meetings the question now is what lessons have boardrooms learned from operating during a pandemic? What will they change to improve boardroom decision-making and governance in the future?
Boardroom technology, which has made remote decision-making possible, will continue to evolve and drive capability in boards that require agility. But this also raises understandable questions and concerns around risk that need addressing. How can boards ensure data security and compliance? How can boards ensure remote access networks are not vulnerable to attack and that sensitive corporate information is seen on an “eyes only” basis?
Diligent’s latest report in collaboration with Board Agenda has the answer for all those questions.