The digital revolution is only just beginning
It’s an opportunity for food safety professionals everywhere, argues LRQA Technical Director, Kimberly Coffin.
Corporate Sustainability Takes Center Stage
Organizations are prioritizing corporate sustainability initiatives and making changes to their operations and practices to reduce their impact on the environment and promote social and economic responsibility.
Is the food industry prepared for cybercrime?
Are food defence programmes ready for Quality 4.0? Perhaps not, given the findings of a recent seminar poll by global assurance provider, LRQA.
What does it actually mean to be agile and resilient?
Learn about the significance of business continuity planning in mitigating risks and ensuring resilience during disruptive events.
Accelerating the energy transition: The vital role of wind power
Dr Hendrik Lau, LRQA’s leading wind energy expert, discusses the importance of wind energy, its crucial role in achieving net zero goals and the challenges faced by developers.
The cybersecurity landscape: Reviewing 2022 and looking ahead to 2023
During a recent panel discussion at Europe’s leading #RISK expo in London our Nettitude CEO Karen Bolton explored key events that have shaped the cyber threat landscape in 2022 and looked ahead at what 2023 may bring.
Food Fraud: Addressing Food Adulteration & Safety in the Food Industry
Food fraud has always been a part of life; ever since the first miller started adding dust and pebble straw back into wheat flour.
Enabling agility in a time of change
From the pandemic to the microchip shortage, recent events have challenged long-established ‘just-in-time’ approaches and prompted businesses to rethink and transform their global supply chain models.
Developing a Comprehensive Cybersecurity Risk Management Strategy
As businesses reach new levels of digitisation, enabled by faster connectivity, the use of data offers a significant opportunity to better monitor, analyse, predict, and mitigate risk.
ESG assurance – an opportunity for transparency and trust.
Building trust in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices is complicated by the pace of change in reporting requirements, with huge regional and corporate variations.