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Recent events beyond the pandemic have global supply chains responding to a whole new compliance regulatory landscape. A panel of experts at a recent industry event explain where to look for potential cost savings.
Corporate spending on managing privacy risks has risen significantly since last year, with 6 of 10 privacy professionals believing budgets will continue to increase over the coming year, according to the latest IAPP survey.
The OCC has ordered the country’s largest mortgage subservicer, Cenlar FSB, to address chronic risk management deficiencies the agency alleges have led to “unsafe and unsound practices.”
Compliance Week and Riskonnect are conducting a survey to find out more about how companies are integrating their risk and compliance functions. Please take five minutes to help inform your colleagues.
CUBE is hosting its 2021 ESG Conference on 4 November, which will feature key industry voices discussing the emerging landscape for financial services and offer practical steps about managing ESG for the best outcomes.
With the pandemic accelerating the shift towards a distributed workforce, it is crucial for organizations to adopt a Zero Trust philosophy to improve their cybersecurity posture. Join the conference to learn about the latest trends, tools, and best practices to implement a Zero Trust strategy at your organization.
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