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Understanding and managing criminal risk for companies

Start the debate. Discuss. Find solutions. EDHEC Business School has created the EDHEC Vox Podcast, so that its voice can still be heard. Its goal? To better understand what is happening in terms of…
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23 Feb 2021

Start the debate. Discuss. Find solutions.

EDHEC Business School has created the EDHEC Vox Podcast, so that its voice can still be heard. Its goal? To better understand what is happening in terms of the transformation underway in business and society and to come up with thought-provoking ideas and courses of action that can bring about positive change.

Built on a series of rich and inspiring conversations with members of the EDHEC community (teachers, students, alumni), our podcast is aimed at anyone interested in how to build the best possible world for future generations.

The first episode in the series is devoted to criminal risk. The dangers to businesses are multifaceted, but many are little known. And yet, in 2019, nine out of ten companies worldwide were the subject of a cyberattack. We broached these corporate risks with Bertrand Monnet, EDHEC professor and director of the EDHEC Chair in Criminal Risk Management, and Jeanne Cormerais, an EDHEC MSc in Global and Sustainable Business student, to get a handle on the issues and generate stimulating ideas and avenues for further study.

As a specialist in corporate criminal risk, Bertrand Monnet has produced numerous reports for well-known media outlets, such as Le Monde, L'Express and Canal +. This year, he is making a series of documentaries on the economics of crime for Netflix and RMC Découverte.

Happy listening, and be sure to tune in to the next episode in our series, which will provide insights into some of the major diversity issues facing companies and society today.

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