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Hilary Tuttle

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, Canada – After decades of working undercover for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Customs Service, crime and risk expert Chris Mathers knows where companies are vulnerable and what it takes to protect them. “In a world where popular culture tells us that the ends justify the [...]

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Photo: Hilary Tuttle WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, Canada — In keeping with this year’s RIMS Canada Conference theme, “Crossroads: Changing Landscapes,” Eric Noël, senior vice president of Oxford Analytica in North America and initiator of the Canada Towards 2030 Project, presented research and projections on the top trends that will shape the nation’s future. “Risk managers cannot [...]

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On Monday, Home Depot confirmed that a breach of its payment data systems may have exposed customer card data across the United States and Canada. The breach appears to have begun in April, allowing hackers to steal an untold amount of shopper information including credit card numbers. The home improvement giant disclosed on Sept. 2 [...]

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In the May issue of Risk Management, I wrote about CVS Caremark’s bold move to ban the sale of cigarette and tobacco products in its 7,600 pharmacies nationwide. At the time, CEO Larry Merlo said, “We’ve come to the decision that cigarettes have no place in an environment where health care is being delivered.” The [...]

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