Join us for an in-depth discussion on proven strategies, advanced technologies, and industry best practices that form the bedrock of operational resilience.
This webinar explores the compliance challenges posed by evolving privacy regulations and the recent explosion of class-action litigation arising from third-party advertising technology on websites.
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
Compliance Week is hosting a virtual roundtable during which experts will break down recent policy changes at the Department of Justice and what they mean for corporate compliance programs.
Learn more about how and when artificial intelligence tools can be used to increase value in your governance, risk, and compliance program.
Forward-thinking third-party risk management teams are changing the way they approach vendor assessments.
This webinar will shed light on the critical need for heightened awareness regarding business communications in the financial sector.
Learn the importance of creating a unified environment to keep up with compliance regulations and how critical having a central source of information is for compliance professionals.
We’ll discuss real-life examples of companies who have implemented technologies and techniques to monitor internal controls, increase control testing accuracy, boost security role precision, reduce the cost of compliance, improve ERP operational effectiveness, or recover from a material weakness.
Gain a greater understanding of the current ESG landscape and learn how technology solutions can help you manage your program
Learn the implications for regulated businesses in terms of understanding how artificial intelligence like ChatGPT can be governed in order to effectively remediate its risks.
Review key changes in regulatory, legal, and compliance obligations in 2023 and how these are impacting organizations, in addition to learning practical steps compliance departments can take now to get ahead of the 2024 risk landscape.
Today’s risk assessments require improved quantitative, data-driven analysis, including interpreting inherent risk data in a meaningful way. Organizations are looking for risk assessments to be actionable, easier to execute, and defensible.
This webinar will address the unique competencies of third-party risk and due diligence programs and examine when and how to align them to maximize the effectiveness of each.
In this session, experts from Riskonnect and Deloitte will explore why it is important for organizations to align strategies, processes, and practices related to business resilience with the risks posed by third-party vendors and partners.
In a world where privacy regulations are in constant flux, it’s essential to transition from mere concepts and sporadic projects to build a robust, adaptable, and sustainable privacy program.
With recent announcements of increasingly stringent federal policies around record-keeping and due diligence, compliance and investigation professionals are feeling the pressure to demonstrate consistency and rigor in their case management processes.
Join ProcessUnity for a discussion on how forward-thinking TPRM teams are incorporating new relationships, technologies, and techniques to mature their risk-reduction capabilities.
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.
Join this webinar, where compliance training experts will outline the strategy behind a solid cybersecurity defense to mitigate risks for your organization, starting with your compliance training program.
Learn what cybersecurity strategy, governance, and risk management are and how to use an emerging definition for reasonable cybersecurity controls to help you define materiality.
Regulatory focus on operational resilience is highlighting the need for decisive, coordinated responses to new threats that are executed quickly across the organization.
Businesses are facing an increasing amount of pressure to protect their customers’ data and demonstrate privacy compliance. At the same time, for most modern organizations, more data is flowing to third parties than ever before.
Delve into the strategies that go beyond the conventional approach, utilizing automated customer identification programs and onboarding methods to their full potential.
Amid globalization, new business models, and a constantly evolving regulatory environment, finance and accounting professionals face increasing complexities and higher transaction volumes. These issues pose challenges in delivering accurate and timely compliance and controls.
This webcast will break down the key findings of an anti-bribery and corruption survey report and offer additional insights into what global compliance professionals had to say about their ongoing and emerging concerns.
This webcast will provide an overview of new interagency guidance on third-party relationships, as well as share practical advice to ensure your organization is fully prepared for the expanded scope and what this means for your organization’s TPRM program.
As organizations increasingly rely on third and fourth parties to support critical business services many are assessing their existing capabilities and modernizing their Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) programs and enabling technologies.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming the way businesses operate. As AI becomes more pervasive, it is essential for organizations to have a strong AI governance program in place to mitigate risks while capitalizing on value.
Delve into the crucial aspects of the compliance trifecta—say it, do it, prove it—and how organizations can navigate them through the art of data discovery.
This session is focused on the practical steps to balancing data risks, looking at the people, practices, and technologies behind the effort.
Are you staying vigilant when it comes to third-party risk? With more businesses relying on external third parties, it’s critical to monitor third-party risk on an ongoing basis.
Public records can do a lot to help companies map their supply chains and understand where they are exposed to environmental risk along the way.
Discover how leading companies are leveraging human capital management to create a strong connection between employee well-being, sustainable and secure operations, and ESG objectives.
This webinar aims to provide a comprehensive overview of how the financial industry can harness the potential of generative artificial intelligence while navigating the implications it presents for digital communications and compliance.
Data and analytics can foster a culture of collaboration and help bridge the gap between seemingly disparate disciplines executing seemingly disparate programs and policies.
CPE Webcast: Five deliverables every cybersecurity team needs to survive, thrive and comply with the new SEC Cybersecurity Rule
In today’s fast-paced business world, firms must adapt to the ever-changing mobile compliance and technology landscape to stay competitive.
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the accounting function is facing a trifecta of obstacles putting increasing pressure on controllers: expanding regulatory requirements, rising business complexities, and a shortage of skilled accounting professionals.
Hear from experts about unifying financial reporting, ESG, and audit and why the sum of the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Behind every one of your company’s risks and opportunities are its people. Employees are bringing their own experiences, knowledge, beliefs, and backgrounds—how do we as compliance practitioners create training that connects to learners equally effectively across the board?
The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG) is part of a growing focus on corporate environmental, social, and governance performance by governments and regulators.
This webinar will provide practical guidelines for compliance professionals to address the pervasive issue of unmanaged data.
In today’s fast-paced business world, firms must adapt to the ever-changing mobile compliance and technology landscape to stay competitive.
As more third-party events become known and more prominent, it’s essential to use the correct baselines and metrics. Applying a framework can help dissect and define the level of risk and segment that sufficiently to react and respond in a meaningful and proportionate way.
Learn about best practices for building business resiliency, from risk identification and evaluation to implementing resilience measures.
Explore the people and business opportunities that lie at the intersection of evolving human capital management technology and employers’ complex compliance obligations.
The speed of Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse was scary. But what is even scarier was the number of businesses affected by the collapse—not because they did business directly with SVB but because their vendor(s) did business with the bank.
In 2023, more American organizations than ever need to comply with stricter and wider-reaching requirements for collecting and processing personal data.
This webcast will discuss the technological, legal, and ethical issues that surround artificial intelligence and whether AI will become a solution that can effectively address compliance issues.
As businesses become increasingly reliant on third-party relationships, they might expose themselves to risks outside of their control. To address these risks, implementing a robust third-party risk management program is critical.
Environmental, social, and governance reporting is quickly becoming a critical finance and accounting responsibility. To support ESG initiatives, organizations must navigate a growing list of priorities on top of existing workloads.
As regulations and reporting requirements related to carbon emissions continue to evolve, compliance leaders must stay up to date with the latest best practices and techniques for accurate carbon measurement.
As organizations face ongoing financial uncertainty, third-party risks are becoming even more pronounced.
This webcast will explore the significance of psychological safety and how it’s an essential element of any top performing team.
In this webinar, we will share key insights from a recent data retention survey and explore the strategies and best practices that information governance and privacy professionals can employ to effectively manage data retention.
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act has been in full effect for almost a year now, but U.S. importers continue to face the daunting task of auditing their supply chains for nonobvious inputs mined, produced, or manufactured wholly or in part in Xinjiang.
The importance of having a solid conflict-of-interest policy—along with proper education and training—cannot be overstated. It is fundamental to a meaningful compliance program.
The compliance and regulatory needs of financial institutions are constantly evolving, driving the adoption of AI and other powerful tools to detect and prevent risks such as fraud, money laundering, and cyberattacks with greater efficiency and effectiveness.
Is automation the key to content compliance success? Could emerging technologies like AI break the mold; do they pose a threat or an opportunity to content compliance?
This webinar will explore the risk and opportunities as organizations rethink their supply chains and seek to build in greater transparency and resilience.
How can you build a mature cyber resilience program within your business with a critical lack of technical know-how, significant budget constraints, and few-to-no monitoring of third-party risks?
A corporate code of conduct can be internally enforced, but how do you ensure third parties measure up to your values and requirements?
With the Federal Trade Commission cracking down on violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, evidenced by its $275 million fine against Epic Games, it’s clear child privacy and parental consent are hot topics in the world of enterprises.
Technology and automation can help organizations move beyond manual processes and help create efficient, effective compliance monitoring programs that can scale across the business and its geographic footprint. They can also be difficult to implement.
Increased regulatory and consumer scrutiny on the integrity of businesses has changed how we operate. Now, the spotlight is turning to third parties and vendors that work on our behalf or as part of our supply chains.
The SEC and CFTC spent the latter part of 2022 issuing a series of exceptionally large enforcement actions against financial services firms over unapproved communications tools. Most of these actions stemmed from recordkeeping violations.
Get a taste of Compliance Week Training’s new instructor-led courses that provide the experience of a financial crime risk event unfolding in real time. Review scenarios used in the course, which simulates a real-life crisis you need to evaluate and resolve with your peers.
This presentation will show professionals how to integrate the socially transformative elements of psychological safety within our work systems while finding a unique opportunity to advance the benefits of reducing risk and error in the workplace alongside greater business outcomes.