This immersive learning drops you into a true-to-life scenario in which your company—Vulnerable Electric, a fictional private utility company with close to 600 employees—is hit with a ransomware attack.
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By Compliance Week2021-03-25T20:22:00+00:00
Kyle Brasseur reviews the Goldman Sachs junior banker scandal and whether complaints of employee crunch on Wall Street can lead to change in working conditions.
Check out Compliance Week for a closer look at the compliance risks of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).
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Kyle Brasseur seeks silver linings from ABN AMRO’s €480 million settlement for AML failures, while Aly McDevitt calls out the retail pharmacies overextending their employees for the sake of distributing more COVID-19 vaccines.
Aaron Nicodemus applauds outgoing SEC whistleblower chief Jane Norberg for “revolutionizing” the program and the agency, while Kyle Brasseur laments Facebook’s ethical bungling of its recent data leak.
Aly McDevitt and Kyle Brasseur assess changes in compliance and risk management functions at Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse in light of recent scandals at each bank.
Positive contributions in the areas of ESG, AI responsibility, and setting standards regarding CCO liability highlight the latest installment of CW’s annual list of laudable ethics and compliance moments.
Sam Bankman-Fried’s admission he put no effort into risk management in leading cryptocurrency exchange FTX makes it easy to understand how the firm collapsed so quickly.
2022-12-06T13:00:00ZFive out of five
Businesses not taking AML requirements seriously, years of noncompliant off-channel communications catching up to financial services titans, and a manufacturing firm that shared revenue with terrorists comprise CW’s list of the biggest ethics and compliance fails of 2022.
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