Regardless of industry, companies have ample growth opportunities in today’s global economy—but with that growth comes an increasingly complex landscape of rules, regulations and compliance pitfalls.
Your company may be spending less on travel and entertainment expenses, but the risk of fraud and regulatory non-compliance is spiking. Without proper safeguards in place to manage T&E spend – a major operating expense – companies face costly consequences.
The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) Cybersecurity Regulation, also known as 23 NYCRR 500, consists of rigorous cybersecurity rules for covered financial institutions like credit unions, banks and insurance firms.
Now more than ever, companies need strong data governance that can be applied across multiple repositories, apps, and devices, no matter where work gets done.
CyberGRX and Ponemon Institute surveyed 581 IT security and 302 C-suite executives to determine what impact digital transformation is having on cybersecurity and how prepared organizations are to deal with that impact.
On June 1, 2020, the DOJ updated its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs guidance document to reflect, as Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski said, “additions based on our own experience and important feedback from the business and compliance communities.”
In today’s global economy, opportunities for growth are often accompanied by an increasingly complex landscape of rules, regulations and compliance issues. Since compliance is now a component of everyday business operations, businesses must employ a strategic, holistic program with several key components, including customer risk profiling.
White paper: Future-Proofing Corporate Data Privacy: Budgeting and Solutions to Address Tomorrow’s Compliance Challenges
Over 500 corporate data privacy leaders were surveyed to understand the solutions, strategies and budgets companies have planned to address data privacy challenges in the coming year.
The new lease accounting standards – ASC 842, IFRS 16 and GASB 87 – impact companies of all sizes and industries.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced us to a new reality. Every aspect of business has been impacted—from supply chain operations to risk measurement to stakeholder communication.
This e-Book offers results from a recent Compliance Week and OpenText survey exploring why companies are still struggling with California Consumer Privacy Act compliance.
This e-Book from Visual Lease and Compliance Week reveals how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted corporate leases.
This e-Book highlights the CW Excellence in Compliance Awards, which recognize the best and brightest in risk and compliance in 15 key categories and for such noteworthy topics as cyber-security, third-party risk management, anti-corruption, training, and more.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools are being deployed in numerous areas by financial institutions and broker-dealer firms.
With the California Consumer Privacy Act enforcement deadline finally upon us, data privacy concerns are once again a focus of U.S. corporations.
You can’t hide from the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, even if you are a powerful government regime. Just ask Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, who—along with others in his administration—were taken down in late March for violating certain provisions of the formidable anti-corruption law.
Compliance with specific regulations—such as the California Consumer Privacy Act—has taken a back seat during the coronavirus pandemic to more pressing concerns, including videoconference pitfalls, making sure remote workers are operating securely, and coronavirus disclosure.
This e-Book is a compilation of Compliance Week’s coverage on the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic. As our society continues in a work-from-home digital model, learn how to continuously protect your company and employees from the risks.
The report explores how companies tackle their third-party risk, use “enhanced due diligence” to boost their ABC programs, and how much and what types of training they employ to tackle risk.
As both the regulatory landscape and the “new normal” for businesses evolves in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, one thing remains certain: An ethics-first mindset will always keep your company pointed in the right direction.