With heightened DOJ expectations for organizations to have tailored training and communication as a cornerstone of an effective compliance program, code of conduct training is no longer a nice-to-have.
Increased regulatory and consumer scrutiny on the integrity of businesses has shined a spotlight on the reputational risks of unethical business practices involving third parties.
This presentation will provide a certification body leader’s perspective on where compliance meets service delivery and how this delivery and the value of compliance and conformance certification is set to change in the coming years.
Time is a valuable resource, especially when trying to manage a third-party risk program at scale. Hundreds of third parties to manage, hundreds of assessments to send, thousands of risks to analyze—how do you keep up?
As organizations plan for continued supply chain disruptions, talent scarcity, and market uncertainty, accounting leaders are finding ways to innovate, automate, and scale to meet organizational demands.
The concept of continuous compliance monitoring in the cyber risk management world has been around for more than two decades, yet most organizations are either ignoring or struggling to put an effective and affordable plan into place.
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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.
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CPE Webcast Library
There are few things as impersonal to the workforce as compliance, yet this is a critically important area where organizational focus around achieving or exceeding rules for good, safe work ebbs and flows based on powerful factors in and around our workforce.
To effectively mitigate company risk, you must understand and manage the entire scope of disclosures, which goes beyond conflicts of interest and includes gifts, travel, entertainment, lobbying, and anti-boycott.
Learn now to maximize efficiency and achieve operational excellence within your ESG program or get your program started with steps you can take today and into the future regardless of your maturity.
This discussion will bring together voices from internal audit, risk management, and ESG teams to discuss how they are working together.
Today, it is not enough to focus solely on your organization’s internal risk, as control weaknesses and gaps in the organization’s business partners could ultimately lead to failure.
This webcast will explore the themes, trends, and topics that need to be top of mind for compliance professionals as we enter a new era of regulations that are poised to protect consumers in an unprecedented fashion.
Your company spends substantial sums to purchase directors and officers insurance and cyber insurance. But are you taking reasonable steps to make sure your company has the best protection available in a changing marketplace?
It is critical for organizations to carefully assess their CPRA compliance programs to identify gaps, avoid pitfalls, and minimize risks. Even organizations that have implemented a CCPA compliance program will need to consider enhancements to meet CPRA requirements.
As your program evolves, the need to simplify the vendor risk assessment process becomes unavoidable. So, what can you do to streamline assessment completion and simplify vendor risk reviews?
Artificial intelligence is no longer the stuff of science fiction. It has already transformed transportation, marketing, and retail, to name a few areas. It is also driving the most meaningful shift third-party risk management has experienced since its inception.
If you are counting on operating your acquired locations on Day 1, selling new products on Day 2, and keeping your distribution and supply chain functional on Day 3 and beyond, you better be confident the business licenses owned and maintained by your acquired entity are up to date.
Whether routine or for cause, your compliance program will undoubtedly face a regulatory audit or examination. Are you prepared?
Today’s business threats are evolving, and ESG, resiliency, and cybersecurity are at the forefront. These risks affect businesses of all sizes and make it imperative that organizations update and modernize their third-party risk management programs.
Learn how increased automation and data intelligence in regulatory compliance operations enables the realization of compliance technology value while mitigating ongoing compliance risks in 2023.
There is an increasing need for effective data discovery in the worldwide push toward data protection and privacy legislation. Data privacy laws have been passed in 71 percent of countries, and a further 9 percent have draft legislation in progress.
A critical component of a third-party risk management strategy is a robust compliance and policy training program that you control.
When it comes to remotely onboarding customers, businesses have adopted eKYC solutions to ensure their new customers are who they say they are and are suitable to do business with. But most eKYC solutions are limited in scope.
Amid fierce competition and ongoing disruption, accounting and finance leaders play an increasingly critical role: providing vital consultancy, analysis, planning, and due diligence to ensure sound decision-making.
How can compliance and risk leaders prepare for business disruptions and maintain resiliency despite potentially damaging risks from a looming economic downturn?
Now that the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act is in full effect, U.S. importers face the daunting task of auditing their supply chains for inputs mined, produced, or manufactured wholly or in part in Xinjiang.
This one-hour webinar will focus on the six steps chief compliance officers and their teams take when making the move from one technology platform to another.
Corporate culture is often viewed in the context of “employee engagement” and therefore strictly under the purview of human resources. But what happens when we broaden our understanding of corporate culture to also view it as a compliance risk?
No one likes to spend their money on things like insurance, taxes, fees, or compliance. It doesn’t feel like a good return on investment. But compliance is a good investment, and one that should not be delayed.
As organizations continue to collect and manage data, it is critical they understand the data retention requirements within their jurisdictions and the periods in which the data needs to be retained and respond to data subject access requests efficiently and defensibly.
As companies move toward transparency and walking the talk by aligning corporate culture to stated ESG values, the historical function of ethics and compliance rolls up naturally to support these efforts.
Nearly every business does due diligence when onboarding and renewing contracts, but many times the work stops well short of a program to efficiently manage strategic third parties, their contributions to business performance, and the risks they could pose to the organization.
Sanctions are one of the most important risk factors to consider in any compliance program. No one wants to be found to have business ties to a sanctioned entity given the potential for significant financial penalties and reputational damage.
Chief compliance officers and their teams are under increasing pressure to evaluate and choose the right technology partner to meet their growing compliance needs in the face of potential changes to their costs, solutions, and platforms.
In this webinar, we’ll show how to turn conflict into collaboration by aligning around shared goals and applying streamlined processes and smart use of technology across all phases of the content lifecycle.
Across the globe and sectors, we are seeing a compliance risk landscape that is evolving and becoming more complex. We are also seeing compliance functions respond to mounting internal and external demands, escalating compliance costs, and operating with constrained budgets and resources.
The cascade of sanctions condemning Russia’s assault on Ukraine has governments and financial regulators investigating Russian oligarchs, many of whom exploit gaps in public disclosure laws through offshore assets
More and more commercial organizations are voluntarily adopting cybersecurity risk management frameworks like NIST CSF, COBIT, ISO, and others considering recent legislation, executive orders, and reporting requirements.
CPE Webcast: How prepared is your organization for the SEC’s proposed climate-related disclosure rule?
This webinar will reveal results of the recent Compliance Week and CohnReznick co-sponsored survey asking respondents how prepared they are for the SEC’s proposed rule requiring registrants to include certain climate-related disclosures in their registration statements and periodic reports.
What might the SEC’s proposed climate disclosure mandate mean as finance and sustainability teams begin implementing and maturing their programs to deliver both business and ESG value?
Compliance policies must expand to align with ESG objectives, especially as the Securities and Exchange Commission proposes new rules for climate disclosures.
As the security landscape evolves and the quantity of incoming questionnaires increase, streamlining your answering process has become crucial in building client trust and saving your organization time and money.
Finance automation solutions are enabling corporations to improve accuracy, execute tighter controls, and decrease risk. Accountants and auditors are unleashed to be more proactive, focus on complex and judgmental areas, and drive strategic business decisions.
Long-term remote work plans are no longer news. To make decisions about the future of your work landscape, it is imperative to understand the responsibilities of your organization to keep remote workers safe while complying with federal E911 legislation.
As businesses advance through Q2, it’s a time to evaluate progress and ensure a strong business plan for the rest of the year.
Learn how to build a third-party risk management program with cybersecurity risk at the forefront.
If organizations can wrest new insights from the data they harvest and process it can be a valuable business asset, but it has some serious limitations and can become a huge liability if they aren’t ensuring they are protecting the data.
Where is your unstructured data lurking? With a record number of cyberattacks and the introduction of robust privacy laws like the GDPR and CPRA, it’s time to discover your data.
Compliance departments must be up to speed with emerging cybersecurity threats. This includes understanding the new technologies, processes, and procedures their organization will need to employ to ensure they don’t run afoul of the modern data privacy environment.
U.S. export control and sanctions regulators have been busy issuing new regulations to address the evolving situation in Ukraine.
Gaps in an organization’s compliance program can be risky. Closing these gaps is essential to help minimize the possibility of costly investigations, fines, and reputational damage.
This webinar will dive into predictions for the upcoming SEC agenda and ancillary regulatory changes, giving attendees a look into the implications for their compliance teams and how they can prepare for whatever comes next.
If you are not closing a large portion of your issues within the first 30 days, you may be working harder, not smarter. Plus, when cases are open too long, organizations can open themselves up to avoidable regulatory and legal risk.
Join this webinar and explore data and automation strategies to help you protect sensitive information and report accurately.
You’ve built your heat maps. You’ve constructed your risk and control matrices. You finally got the attention of management on those critical areas of risk. But somehow your message is still falling short. So, what’s next?
Join ProcessUnity for a one-hour webcast and discover best practices and the newest techniques for appropriately scoping pre- and post-contract due diligence assessments.
Join Dr. Michael McGrath, formerly of JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank, on a tour of the new compliance environment, and learn how you can successfully respond to these changes.
Join Cargill and Pfizer, two award-winning programs, to hear their strategies for truly measuring compliance training effectiveness and how they use that data strategically to drive better outcomes.
Encouraging employee feedback and reports with the proper tools and processes can help companies retain top talent, save thousands of dollars from less employee turnover, avoid embarrassing and public legal action, build cultures of trust and longevity, and more.
As more states and individual countries create their own differing privacy laws, what will be the impact on companies trying to comply?
Hear from compliance and SOX subject matter experts at Armanino and Instacart on what pre-IPO companies should know, plan for, and do to ready their organization for going public.
More than 60 percent of those surveyed in a recently published “2021 Global State of Anti-Money Laundering” report by BAE Systems said advanced criminal techniques have become even harder to spot in the last 12 months.
Company management and their auditors might not see eye to eye on everything. But clients and their third-party examiners have the common goal of implementing strong controls that are performed and documented consistently.
The Department of Defense’s updated Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification 2.0 program has led to much speculation about the impact to prime DOD contractors and their subcontractors.