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In addition to our assessment and certification of nonprofits and pension plans to ISO 9000 based global fiduciary standards, we are in the process of launching a resource to help in the cybersecurity domain.

As fiduciaries, board members can be held individually liable for failing to meet their fiduciary duty of care. Our mission is to preserve, protect and defend global enterprises from fiduciary liability in an increasingly dangerous cyber world.

The complexity of integrating cybersecurity risk with enterprise risk sets a whole new challenge to the fiduciary responsibilities of the board. What is required is an intelligent, flexible, and comprehensive resource to help them monitor their organizations’ conformance with best practices.

What benefits would such a resource provide?

  • Aggregate all pertinent operational and management information using a bespoke document management system
  • Assess conformity with industry best practices
  • Provide an ongoing audit resource to track the “who”, “what”, “when”, and “where” of any breaches of fiduciary duty and report out to the appropriate person or committee in a timely manner.

Why Diogenes?

We believe in challenging the status quo to provide tools to help board members and trustees understand and monitor their fiduciary responsibilities. We are grounded in the classical values of integrity and normative deontological ethics, meaning that the morality of an action should be based on whether that action itself is right or wrong under a series of rules, rather than based on the consequences of the action.

What is the problem?

Cyber risk is part of company and enterprise risk. Understanding and monitoring the two requires a different paradigm, one that focuses on the integration of business judgment with quantitative assessments.

What is our solution?

Our SaaS¹, called CyberGov™, will augment traditional data management with advanced artificial intelligence that incorporates human reasoning.


SaaS¹: Software as a Service

Our recent blog articles

2022-04-04 in Company news, Education, Governance

Cybersecurity for enterprise boards is multidimensional

In a post on the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance titled “Cybersecurity: An Evolving Governance Challenge”, the authors highlighted the following three main issues. I have added a…
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2021-05-11 in Education, Governance

Three lessons for boards and trustees from the Colonial Oil ransomware case

The Colonia Oil debacle was catastrophic by itself. Suppose the bad actors had shut down the entire electrical grid at the same? Suppose they could have compromise access to the…
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2021-03-03 in Company news

We have updated the description of our company’s ethical posture

The discussion about ethics has exploded on the web, particularly in the context of facial recognition and Facebook’s use of personal information. In doing a complete revision of our website,…
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2021-02-26 in Education, Governance

Cybersecurity risk, fiduciary liability and how to manage them from a Board’s perspective.

In this blog post, I will share my thoughts on why cyber risk is considered a board level fiduciary responsibility, the need for a globally sourced set of board level…
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2021-02-09 in Education

Arrogance Almost Closes a 115 year old University

115 Year old University Fails to Follow Proper Fiduciary Practices and Devastates the Legacy of its Founder. This is a good case where there is value to integrating fiduciary due diligence…
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2021-01-30 in Education, Governance

Is Your Information Stored in the Cloud Really Secure?

When reading the Terms of Service (TOS) for cloud data providers like Google, Microsoft, or Dropbox, you might be forgiven if you think that your data is safe. Technically, your…
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