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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.
From bribery and corruption to emerging ESG and reputational risks, corporate compliance functions are expected to protect their business from regulatory liability without slowing the pace of business. This is despite often having fewer resources to manage ever-increasing amounts of third parties and data.
Learn about the skill sets needed for compliance roles to succeed in the future, why security is becoming more important to compliance and supervision infrastructure, and compliance technology developments.
Accounting and audit teams are continually being asked to interact with and coordinate compliance initiatives on a more frequent basis. For organizations juggling multiple audits, such as SOX, operational audits, or financial reporting, information redundancy, competing deadlines, and large numbers of audit requirements quickly present challenges.
It started with call centers, human resource management, such as payroll and training, followed by IT and the cloud and now…compliance? Is the compliance department the next function that starts outsourcing its time and labor-intensive processes to a third-party vendor?
Your organization probably has some means for managing third-party risk, perhaps most urgently within the onboarding process, or maybe in response to regulatory demands. Yet you probably suspect that there remain untapped opportunities for reducing risk while at the same time reducing overhead. Or for gaining greater control over your ...
In today’s ever-escalating regulatory environment, companies are expected to understand who they are doing business with. Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO) is required on a mandatory basis for organizations that fall within the scope of AML and beyond. And while the legislation is complex and a challenge for most organizations to ...
The role of a compliance professional is increasingly complex: Not only do you have to adhere to regulations and legal guidelines, but you have to engage your workforce to participate in your ethics and compliance program for it to be effective. In many ways this is similar to the changing ...
This webcast will help compliance executives explore the latest research and practical insights on how to manage human trafficking and manage third-party risks.
Training fatigue is real and has damaging consequences. In this webinar, learn the cognitive science behind fatigue and how to avoid it.
Company management and their auditors might not see eye to eye on everything. But clients and their third-party examiners typically agree that the audit process could be improved.
Digitization has ramped up the velocity of risk impact to breakneck speed. Organizations no longer have the luxury to simply check compliance boxes. They need to learn how to keep pace with a constant onslaught of new threats, changing regulations, and higher stakes.
In today’s shifting security and regulatory environment, ongoing third-party monitoring is crucial to compliance success. But how do you keep up with a constantly changing and growing list of vendors? This session will outline the keys to third-party risk management success through a modern approach to monitoring vendors.
With most countries moving to due diligence requirements similar to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) Customer Due Diligence (CDD) rule or a beneficial ownership reporting regime or sometimes both, it’s challenging to know how to address the compliance burden. Understanding who you are doing business with and who controls ...
Organizations are failing to solve the employee-spend challenge as travel and expense (T&E) transactions continue to suffer from non-compliance and fraud. Companies also have unnecessarily high audit costs and inadequate risk coverage thanks to manual testing of T&E transactions.
Many organizations today need to adhere to stringent audit and compliance rules to prove they’re following established guidelines and regulations. An automated compliance approach centralizes audit information, and provides easier access to key controls and status. Furthermore, automation can reduce labor intensive costs and non-value-added time often associated with manual ...
Enterprises are now, more than ever, relying on a higher number of third-party, mission-critical technologies (along with their support and maintenance). As a result, enterprises are unintentionally opening themselves up to the largest source of data breaches.
Regulations put broker-dealers squarely in the spotlight of various risks and responsibilities. FINRA and the SEC govern marketing communications and advertising practices when communicating with the public. Additionally, the cybersecurity threat landscape is evolving and is one of the primary operational risk’s firms face today.
Experts from Refinitiv and ProcessUnity discuss the types of risks facing companies today; how to tackle third-party risks using data, technology, and automation; and best practices for implementing processes and procedures for integrated, ongoing due diligence.