Major compliance scandals and enforcement actions, nonstop political and regulatory drama in Washington, D.C., the rise of transformative technologies, and much more all made compliance headlines in 2018. As these issues unfolded, compliance professionals like you continued to grapple with how best to operationalize compliance into day-to-day business activities. Download this free e-Book and see the important topics and stories trending in 2019.
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Auditors develop early plans for how to audit blockchain
Tammy Whitehouse | April 3, 2018
Blockchain is evolving rapidly from enigma to imperative in financial reporting circles, and one audit firm has even introduced an audit approach.
Companies scramble to wrap up new revenue recognition
Tammy Whitehouse | March 13, 2018
In the transition to new accounting rules on revenue recognition, it appears many companies are still trying to wrap up their implementation work.
California data privacy law creates complications beyond GDPR compliance
Joe Mont | July 23, 2018
To consider California’s new Consumer Privacy Act a locally ported version of the EU’s GDPR regime may be understating the full scope of the newly enacted approach to data privacy.
Best practices in third-party risk management
Jaclyn Jaeger | October 17, 2018
NAVEX Global’s fourth annual third-party risk management benchmark report offers risk and compliance officers a glimpse at how their third-party risk management programs stack up against their peers.
Best Practices: Compliance Programs Now Require Microlearning
Sponsored by ComplianceWave | May 17, 2018
Traditional long compliance training sessions, whether in-person or online, are no longer effective. Employees get bored, tune out and disengage – shorter attention spans demand shorter bursts of content. Utilizing microlearning methods in your training ensures that employees will engage with and retain your compliance communications.
How to Stop Delivering Boring Compliance Training
Sponsored by ComplianceWave | April 24, 2018
Many employees see compliance training as fundamentally uninteresting, irrelevant -- or just plain boring. Failing to engage employees could increase the risks of unethical or non-compliant behaviors.
7 Step Guide to Risk & Compliance
Sponsored by Signavio | March 5, 2018
This guide provides insight into how technology can empower compliance professionals with the correct tools to assess regulatory impacts, then communicate this information effectively throughout your organization. In short, Signavio’s 7 Step Guide to Risk & Compliance will help ensure compliance becomes a company-wide endeavour, by harnessing the skills, knowledge, and capacity of your whole team.
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