Compliance Week, the leading news, analysis and information resource for the ethics, governance, risk, and compliance profession, is proud to announce the launch of Top Minds 2016, a special issue that profiles a dozen of the most influential thought leaders in the ethics and compliance field today.
This eBook, sponsored by NAVEX Global, will explore both the challenges and opportunities of today’s ethics and compliance officers, as well as provide data they can use right now in their daily practice.
This e-book also will explore other emerging developments in internal controls, such as COSO’s Fraud Risk Management Guide, the case for why audit committees and compliance officers would be wise to consider it, and the inefficiencies they may be losing out on if they don’t. Lastly, this e-book explores three key ideas for merging cyber-security into today’s compliance and audit programs. The insight in this e-Book is one that internal auditors and compliance officers cannot do without.
This e-book also explores other areas of risk management, such as COSO’s Fraud Risk Management Guide, the case for why audit committees and compliance officers would be wise to consider it, and the inefficiencies they may be losing out on if they don’t. No matter the stage of your ERM program, this eBook provides a wealth of useful insight for compliance, risk, and audit executives alike.
This e-Book analyzes the results of a survey, authored by Compliance Week and sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, that explores the comprehensive view of challenges and opportunities facing information governence (IG) compliance.
In this e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with RSA, we explore some common and emerging risks facing healthcare organizations today, and how RSA Archer’s governance, risk and compliance solutions can help organizations more proactively manage the ills that could befall them.
In this e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with DisclosureNet, we first take a close look at the contentious debate between the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee and the Financial Accounting Standards Board as these two agencies duel over controversial materiality changes that could substantially change how public companies approach financial reporting and raising capital.
In this e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with Pitney Bowes, we explore this evolving AML regulatory and enforcement landscape, as well as how to reduce AML risk. We also take a look at how Pitney Bowes Entity Resolution for Financial Crimes and Compliance software is aiding in the fight against money laundering to improve bank compliance.
Every company knows that falling victim to a cyber-attack is not a matter of if, but when. Needless to say, companies operating in today’s cyber threat landscape have their work cut out for them. In this e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with NAVEX Global, we explore the five training program imperatives to address a company’s biggest cyber-security risk: employee behavior.