Upcoming CPE Webcasts
Join this educational session as we outline best practices for developing and optimizing efficient processes within your third party risk management program.
Addressing data retention is the surest way to mitigate risks and costs of a data breach. With numerous regulations such as GDPR and California’s ballot initiative CCPRA requiring organizations to provide up-to-date and enforced retention schedules, it’s more important than ever that your organization maintains compliant practices to minimize damages.
To say that 2020 was filled with change and challenges would be an understatement. As businesses adjust to new ways of working, many are reassessing the risk profiles of their third parties and re-evaluating their third-party risk management programs as they prepare for the new year.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020, and is currently the most comprehensive consumer data privacy law in the United States.
The invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield has many US companies wondering if they will ever be able to take possession of EU data again.
About our Webcasts
Compliance Week's free Webcasts are typically held either Tuesdays or Thursdays at 2 p.m. ET. These Webcasts offer CPE credit to attendees and feature select partners discussing key GRC issues. Webcast attendees may be contacted by sponsors. For information, please e-mail Doug Juenemann or call (888) 519-9200.
Live Webcasts (listed below) last one hour and must be viewed in their entirety in order for attendees to earn CPE credit. For questions, please e-mail Katie Klokner.
Subscribers can also browse our archive of previous webcasts (listed below) for more CPE credit and learning opportunities.
CPE Webcast Library
Join Authentic8’s Jeff Phillips and Nick Finnberg, OSINT training lead and former financial crime analyst, as they discuss key takeaways from a financial crime survey of investigators from more than 150 organizations worldwide.
Do the EUs GDPR and California’s CCPA privacy regulations include the right of a data subject to have their personal information completely erased from all enterprise backups as well?
Accounts payable, procurement, and travel and expense-management processes are common channels to route frauds making organizations susceptible to regulatory penalties, reputational damage, financial loss, and even prosecution.
Today, many organizations find themselves stretched thin with limited resources and unable to put together a world-class vendor risk management program.
This one-hour Webinar covers what coronavirus pandemic training and education are needed to safely re-enter the workplace.
The updated DOJ guidance on the evaluation of compliance programs emphasizes the importance of obtaining, tracking, and acting on compliance-relevant data.
How deep do you need to go to uncover potential license compliance issues that could cause you problems now or when you least expect it? Have you considered snippet-level analysis? Should you?
Being deal-ready is a key part of modern governance. From the inception of a company and raising capital, to expanding into new territories and markets, all the way to your IPO.
Three recent major enforcement actions related to alleged domestic bribery activity, including a $200 million deferred prosecution agreement with a major utility, may signal a renewed focus by the Department of Justice into corruption corporate interests at the state and local levels in the U.S.
This webinar will discuss how companies are making changes to their onboarding processes and supply chain due diligence and how COVID-19 has shifted priorities and budgets going forward.
Managing third-party risk for your organization is increasingly becoming more urgent with today’s environmental and geopolitical challenges, business continuity issues and regulatory demands.
Compliance Week Editor in Chief Dave Lefort and data journalist Aly McDevitt host a 1-hour Webcast to discuss CW’s Carnival case study in addition to the behind-the-scenes making of the product.
In a world where most compliance solutions claim to be compliant with the latest DOJ guidance, let’s take a closer look at the framework designed for evaluating corporate compliance programs, how that has evolved over the years, and critical questions you should be asking.
COVID-19 has undoubtably presented new challenges for companies around the world. Most were required to rapidly shift to remote work environments, and some have even had to adjust their business models.
With the release of the DOD’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program in 2020, contractors are required for the first time to comply with a specific set of cybersecurity capabilities—and have that compliance certified by a third party.
As businesses continue to expand their digital footprint, security professionals are dealing with more data than ever before. The threat landscape continues grow, and teams across GRC functions have become highly specialized.
The long-standing theory of having an average of only six degrees of separation between any two people takes on an interesting twist when considered through a compliance and risk management lens.
As U.S.-based employers consider their return-to-work compliance policies, OSHA has emphasized that companies should provide workers with “up-to-date education and training on COVID-19 risk factors and protective behaviors.”
The climate crisis poses a systemic risk that affects the stability and competitiveness of U.S. financial markets.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown the traditional way of managing risk and compliance fails when tested by fast-moving, interconnected risks.
The ramifications of the coronavirus crisis will long outlast it—including how companies will close the books and ensure SOX compliance and where accounting and audit staff who perform these tasks will be located.
Maintaining the status quo with your vendor risk management program is no longer acceptable in today’s ever-changing marketplace as supply chains can drastically change overnight.
This webinar debunks the myths of AI and ML in third-party risk technology and drills into reality with a pragmatic application of how your data can be harnessed to support various risk management use cases.
Establishing an effective data retention policy is a key step in managing and protecting one of your organization’s most valuable assets: it’s data.
Today’s employees and customers generate a lot of communications data, in a lot of formats and in a lot of locations, from computers and on prem servers to mobile devices and the cloud.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) caused many U.S. companies to rethink their approach to data privacy when the law went into effect on January 1, 2020, and again when enforcement began on July 1, 2020.
As mindsets shift from “managing through” to “moving forward with purpose” for many, how does compliance play a role in helping organizations heal in the realm of bias, diversity, and racial equity?
Running a business “in the cloud” was once reserved for innovators and large enterprises, but now nearly every business on the internet is operating in the cloud.
In this webinar panel discussion, we will share striking results from a recent COVID-19 lease impact survey and key insight into how companies’ real estate and equipment leases were impacted by shutdowns and stay-at-home orders.
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the landscape of global risk, and many organizations are quickly adapting their third-party risk management processes as a result.
This webinar will discuss the results of the Compliance Week and Aravo TPRM benchmarking survey in the context of the DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.
As new insights are continually evolving, organizations around the world are trying to plan and develop their strategies for returning to the new “normal.”
Join Compliance Week and Clear Law Institute’s Michael Johnson for this free, one-hour Webinar to cover what training and education are needed to safely re-enter the workplace.
The global pandemic has put every organization’s business continuity plans to the test. Identifying the gaps have been easy and often the list has included inadequate vendor risk management and resilience planning.
Join Larry Ponemon, founder of Ponemon Institute, and Dave Stapleton, CISO of CyberGRX, as they discuss the impact digital transformation is having on cyber-security and some best practices you can implement to better protect your organization.
Join Kroll for an opportunity to learn how you can help your organization better minimize risks in the post-COVID-19 world.
Businesses are rethinking their strategies to maintain operations, minimize supply chain disruption, and manage heightened exposure to financial, legal, regulatory, or reputational risks.
Your vendors often handle your most sensitive data. This presents significant challenges as security, procurement, sourcing, IT, and privacy teams struggle to vet and manage vendor risks and performance in real time.
With the CCPA being the most important privacy and data security law ever to be enacted in the United States, it will bring a sea of change in the way businesses manage and communicate with consumers about personal data.
The biggest impact on business post CCPA, and presumably subsequent state regulations, is the impact on data breaches.
Throughout the pandemic, technology will play a critical role as businesses adapt to this “new normal.” One strategy industries will rely on to provide employees and consumers with peace of mind is the use of temperature screening technology.
What keeps the best compliance leaders ahead of the pack in today’s pandemic-beleaguered climate? Actionable insights from well-organized data inputs.
Where can you best leverage automation and AI in GRC? As companies shift to a proactive risk-based approach to measuring and managing risk, compliance can still take up a significant amount of resources.
As businesses and employees work to re-establish stability and reset targets following the disruption caused by coronavirus, they will be more vulnerable to fraud, corruption, and regulatory violations.
While there is no one right third-party risk management program, there is a model right for you, and incorporating best practices into your processes can have an exponential effect on your results.
There’s no argument that the world has changed, and while the long-term implications of the COVID-19 crisis are unknown, the way we approach work and the workplace has already become different forever.
Signed into law in 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) became effective January 1, 2020. The next milestone will be July 1, when the California Attorney General will begin enforcement.
With multiple regulatory and compliance events happening and more on the horizon, companies of all sizes and complexity are having to quickly respond and adhere to new rules and requirements.
Do risks from your third-party ecosystem keep you up at night, especially during these trying times? How have third-party risks changed over the years, but especially lately, considering the current crisis?
COVID-19 has completely changed the way organizations do business, both internally and externally. The influx of sensitive data being collected makes proactively identifying and managing privacy risk a big challenge.
Although company management and auditors may not see eye to eye on everything, they can agree that teams must find new ways to effectively work together during the COVID-19 crisis.
Risk events eventually diminish, and the focus naturally turns to recovery. But COVID-19 represents a unique challenge due it’s prolonged effects and the resulting cascading risks and possible disruptions.
Traditionally, third-party risk management has focused on procurement, executing contracts, managing relationships, and conducting quarterly business reviews. These measures are no longer enough.
Third-party risk management is more important now than ever. And while compliance is a critical component, recent market turbulence has organizations prioritizing business continuity, financial due diligence, and business resilience.
The compliance landscape is constantly evolving, and internal or external obligations may be overlooked. The more reactive the compliance team finds itself being, the harder it becomes to be proactive and strategic.
Compliance professionals are all too aware that the third parties they depend on to achieve success pose a significant threat to their organizations for bribery, fraud, and corruption.
In a rapidly changing world of rising regulatory and operational complexity, how does a compliance department stay one step ahead in ensuring awareness and alignment to the latest guidance by every employee?
Pandemics represent a unique disaster risk scenario as a result of “cascading risk,” which poses an immense challenge to risk leaders due to progressive failures that will result in the deterioration of the health of third parties and supply chains.
As the COVID-19 coronavirus brings convulsive exposure to supply chain risks to the surface, many companies will be unable to see how the companies that their first-tier suppliers depend on are affected.
Join this Webinar and learn actionable tactics for planning, implementing, reviewing, and testing internal controls to help you achieve a sound internal control system for organizational success.
Social selling is critical for today’s financial services firms to find and engage with customers. But it also brings some risk to these firms.
This Webinar is intended for anyone looking to build a TPRM program from scratch or for advancing your current program to a more mature state.
With Big Data and AI becoming pervasive across business functions, learn how tech-enabled strategies using behavioral insights can establish programs that drive higher efficiency, deliver better business outcomes, and provide strong alignment to DOJ guidance.
You’re in charge of mitigating risk and protecting your organization. But how do you develop the best strategy when you aren’t sure what your opponents’ plans are? Understand how to develop a strategy that meets compliance regulations, while mitigating inevitable legislation.
The saying goes–an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In the world of Third-Party Risk, prevention comes from automation and prescriptive analytics such as financial health, that help you gain visibility into the risk profile of a potential vendor.
Remaining competitive in the modern financial world requires staying ahead of increasingly sophisticated financial crimes and fluid regulations across multiple jurisdictions.
FINRA’s Exam Priorities, Regulation BI, and the SEC’s Cybersecurity Guidance
The rules are still not entirely clear on CCPA. However, it’s currently law in California and enforcement begins on July 1, 2020.
Fraud and restatements are happening every day, and it’s important to recognize that your company is consistently exposed to risk. Change is constant, and the stakes are high.
This webinar presents the results of a recent industry survey on Board oversight of third-party risk. In an environment of increased business risks, close to half (43 percent) of surveyed practitioners claimed that their board doesn’t have a good handle on third-party risk! Together with a dive into the results, ...
The Department of Justice guidance released over the summer contains some of the most specific insight to date into the type of compliance program that the Department, and prosecutors, expect organizations to have in place. With much of the focus being around having a program that works in practice, the ...
Today, it’s imperative for companies to manage third-party risk as part of a comprehensive compliance program to protect their brand and avoid exposure to bribery and corruption.