Three leading business continuity planning (BCM) experts discuss how to prepare for different levels of disaster in this pre-recorded event.
Business operators used to view in-house counsel as the “department of no.” Today’s in-house counsel has a much more varied and valuable role to play than the legal team of the past.
Fraud affects everyone in the company. It undermines trust and exposes weaknesses in the business. Can you fight fraud with the GRC Assessment Tools? Yes — let me show you how.
Too often, change management in GRC falls short, leading to disruption and lack of support for the critical risk and compliance activities that enable effective governance. The solution is to adopt a risk-based approach to change management.
As a GRC professional, or auditor, how do you provide assurance on the GRC capabilities within your organization? Where do you turn?
There are many factors to consider in decisions to prosecute business entities. In particular: the existence and effectiveness of any pre-existing compliance program, and any subsequent remedial compliance measures. A new Department of Justice (DOJ) full-time compliance counsel is in place to provide expert guidance to the prosecutors in the Fraud Section. A positive step. Can GRC Professionals significantly impact the discussion and policy of DOJ and compliance programs?
Is your policy management system keeping pace with your workforce? We’re not living in the 1950’s or the 1990’s for that matter – times have changed. Your policy management needs to keep up. Organizations need to provide engaging, interactive, and interesting policy management content and tools.
What’s at the core of GRC technology? According to Joe DeVita, Partner & GRC Technology Leader, PwC, successful GRC technology must align, automate and integrate business processes.
Two important and, for some, potentially life changing events took place this month – the release of the new Star Wars movie and New York Governor Cuomo’s announcement of a proposed anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism rule that would impose personal criminal penalties on chief compliance officers who falsely or incorrectly certify that their institution’s Transaction Monitoring and Filtering Program complies with all the requirements” of the rule. So what do they have in common? It just might be the need for “the Force.”
Huge anti-corruption fines. A focus on corporate conduct. Globalization. Each of these trends has put a lot of pressure on third party management programs. In the OCEG Tech Talk, “Anti-Corruption and Technology,” Ken Kurtz, Dennis Haist, and Tony Charles from STEELE CIS share insight and advice on managing anti-corruption in third party relationships.