Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Aug 21, 2017
Bei BEC-Attacken werden häufig CFOs oder Mitarbeiter der Personal- bzw. Finanzabteilung oder der Lohnbuchhaltung gezielt angegriffen. Mit einer als „Spoofing“ bezeichneten Methode werden die Opfer getäuscht und davon überzeugt, dass die erhaltene E-Mail von ihrem Vorgesetzten, einem Kollegen, einem Lieferanten oder einem Geschäftspartner stammt. Der Betrüger fordert den Empfänger zur Tätigung einer Überweisung oder zur Weitergabe von Steuerunterlagen oder anderer vertraulicher Daten auf.
Rapid innovation, disruptive competition, and intensive investments in new technologies tend to characterize the North American marketplace. Thus, it stands to reason that chief financial officers in North America are more involved in strategic decision-making than CFOs in other regions, and that they leverage technology to automate routine operations so they can focus on strategic concerns.
The following insights should be used as a resource for Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) as they lead or support their organisation through a cloud adoption journey.
It is designed to provide an overview of cloud adoption drivers, costs, risks, and benefits, as well as raise important questions about staffing and technology decisions that are critical to success. It is also intended to help inform business cases, while surfacing measurements and indicators specific to cloud environments that impact the bottom line.
The foundational guidance provided is a collection of insights captured and distilled from direct conversations and engagements between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and customer CFOs representing an extensive range of industries.
Doug Gold, chief financial officer of CoreObjects, a Los Angeles-based product development company with multiple locations across India, talks about how his company is overcoming the challenges of visibility and control within distributed software development projects.
In companies of all sizes, the chief financial officer (CFO) is the crucial link between strategy and execution. The CFO acts as a trusted advisor to the chief executive officer (CEO) in mapping out your company's strategic vision, and plays a key role in making sure that vision is realized in all business activities in a profitable way.
If the go-go 1990s, with its fast money and flush credit seeking rapid and steep returns, created the demand for "renaissance" Chief Financial Officers ("CFO"), who could manage (and market) both the strategic and financial operations of the enterprise, the more sobering decade that followed led directly to the creation and subsequent rise of the Chief Procurement Officer ("CPO"), who could reduce costs, build internal relationships, and develop strategic suppliers efficiently and effectively.
Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Feb 13, 2017
In this case study, Erik Haarstad, Chief Financial Officer at REED Construction, discusses how DocuSign helps them become a more efficient company. With DocuSign, REED is able to mitigate risk and reduce costs: the company can send out a safety contract and have it signed within minutes, which frees the company of liabilities and keeps business moving forward.