The digital economy has created a need in the world of software development to find new ways of delivering innovative software solutions and software updates faster than ever before. Development teams are—understandably so—increasingly using open source software.
Equipment leasing, when managed effectively, can offer a number of strategic financial and competitive benefits to your business.
Creating policies for data handling and accountability and driving culture change so people understand how to properly work with data are two important components of a data governance initiative, as is the technology for proactively managing data assets.
Legacy AML technology solutions notoriously miss financial crimes and the risk they represent. Meanwhile, an estimated 95% of what they alert are false positives that compound investigator workload and costs.
On July 3, 2020, quietly and with little fanfare, the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) released the 133-page Resource Guide to the US Foreign Corruption Practices Act, Second Edition (“the FCPA Resource Guide”).
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.
This e-Book from Compliance Week and Diligent explores results from the recent survey, “Automated entity management greatly reduces compliance risk.”
This free e-Book considers five questions that can help when designing immersive financial crime training scenarios for learners.
This e-Book, from Compliance Week and Guidehouse Inc., explores how the adoption of machine learning in fighting financial crime will likely explode as technology solutions become more effective and efficient—driven by work-stream prioritization, product maturity, and refinement of implementation processes.
Federal agencies are taking a hard stance on those who continue to violate the Bank Secrecy Act with a new mandate of “two strikes, and you’re out.”
Ready to present your new KYC tech to the regulators?
This e-Book has the results of a recent joint survey between Compliance Week and Workiva, which show companies could benefit from the IIA’s updated Three Lines Model—especially in light of the pandemic.
The United Kingdom has become the second country behind the United States to issue guidance for companies in the maritime shipping industry helping them ferret out suspicious or illicit practices used by those hoping to evade sanctions.
This e-Book from Compliance Week and Aravo reveals the results of the “2020 TPRM Benchmarking Survey.”
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.