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.
Third-party relationships present one of the biggest risks a company can take on, which makes doing all you can to properly vet and monitor these partners of tantamount importance.
Webcast details: August 29, 2019 – 2 p.m. ET | CPE Credit(s): 1
Honeywell International announced in a regulatory filing that it is being investigated by U.S. and Brazilian authorities as to whether the company’s use of third parties in Brazil violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Webcast details: October 3, 2019 – 2 p.m. ET | CPE Credit(s): 1
Managing third-party risk is vital to every business’ reputation and long-term success. But with growing regulatory requirements, compliance skills shortages and numerous potential sources of information, managing third-party risk as an organization can feel like a very painful process.
This survey seeks to provide insight into the level of oversight boards are bringing to today’s programs, best practices, and areas for improvement.
In the last five years, FINRA, the primary self-regulatory organization for broker-dealers, has focused on prioritizing designated third-party compliance.
Results from the Compliance Week and Refinitiv survey revealed some surprising facts about companies’ third-party training; based on those results, the following article offers suggestions for how to enhance the process.
Determining which business partners to flag for enhanced due diligence all depends on the quality, and sources, of your data.
Outsourcing is nothing new, but recently we’ve seen companies increasingly rely on a network of third-party vendors to help them compete.
The ever-changing regulatory landscape and sheer volume of third parties requires organizations to rethink their processes around pre-contract due diligence and ongoing vendor assessment reviews. Today’s most successful programs rely less on tedious, manual processes while incorporating verified, up-to-date information on financial status, watchlist compliance and information security from trusted ...
A look at key investigations and enforcement actions in South America and Mexico in the past four years signifies a changing legal landscape that offers compliance lessons in advancing third-party anti-corruption compliance.
Marianne Ibrahim, director of global compliance at Baker Hughes, offers several best practices for the auditing of third parties.
Lumber Liquidators Holdings, a discount retailer of hardwood flooring, will pay a total of $33 million in criminal and regulatory penalties for misleading investors concerning the sale of its laminate flooring from China to its customers in the United States.
Internal audit is making strides in steering its focus and resources toward companies’ emerging risks—but there’s still some work to be done, the IIA says.