When the Dodd-Frank Act passed in 2010, an urgency existed to enact its many provisions. A decade later, 11 of its rules remain unfinished. Will a change in leadership at the SEC get the law across the finish line?
For compliance officers working for global companies, it is important to understand the way different regions view compliance and how it may differ from your home country’s views.
Meatpacker JBS USA announced it paid the equivalent of $11 million in ransom in response to a May cyber-attack that impacted its operations in North America and Australia.
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Volkswagen Compliance Case Study
Volkswagen’s recently concluded three-year monitorship is chronicled in CW’s latest in-depth case study, which spares no detail in following the world’s largest automaker’s comeback from its biggest mistake.
The Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal wasn’t the work of one executive who thought to install illicit software into diesel motor vehicles. It was born from a “chain of errors that was never broken,” forming the basis for one of the largest and most high-profile corporate compliance monitorships in history.
Organizations are adopting digital transformation and, as a result, increasing their reliance on third parties faster than they can scale their third-party cyber-risk management programs.
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