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Best of 2018: The Compliance Handbook

Posted by - December 26, 2018
Published by Compliance Week and Available Now on Amazon Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist, is one of the leading writers, thinkers and commentators on the Nuts and Bolts of compliance. His always practical advice is now collated the most unique compliance handbook available, The Compliance Handbook. The handbook incorporates the…
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Whistle While You Work, Part 1

Posted by - December 17, 2018
Whistling in the Dark: Portals as Key to an Ethical, Transparent Culture This is the first installment in a series on whistleblowing solutions from VinciWorks’ Sandra Erez. In Part 1, Sandra provides a brief history of whistleblowing and discusses the importance of a whistleblowing portal. It was a cold winter’s…
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Compliance Success Starts with Change Management

Posted by - December 7, 2018
Best Practices for Merging Security and Compliance Within many organizations today, security and compliance teams are running in isolation. This introduces significant enterprise risk, as the security team might be doing what’s best to combat advanced attackers, but their actions may not be in compliance with corporate, industry or federal…
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The Purpose of a Compliance Program

Posted by - December 6, 2018
To Prevent and Detect Compliance programs exist for the purpose of protecting against misdeeds, and the most effective programs are those that exist within a culture of ethics. Michael Volkov discusses the truism that a company’s culture and its compliance controls are mutually reinforcing. I do not think there is…
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If You Want Better Compliance, Focus On Collaboration

Posted by - December 4, 2018
Ensuring Both with Cloud Enterprise Content Services For many years, there has been a fear among IT professionals that the user freedom and empowerment offered by collaborative systems would make it difficult to adhere to processes and enforce compliance standards. However, in today’s digital world, enterprises need both compliance and…
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Effective Compliance is More Than the Sum of a Program’s Parts

Posted by - November 21, 2018
Why Your E&C Program Should Be Operationalized An ethics and compliance program is in trouble from the start if it meets with staunch opposition from any element within in the organization. Michael Volkov explains why the best programs are operationalized, with buy-in and cooperation from every function. The beauty of…
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Novartis: A New “Rock Star” in Compliance and Ethics

Posted by - November 19, 2018
Pharma Giant Graduates to Compliance 2.0 Donna Boehme, the “Lion of Compliance,” comments on Novartis as a new “rock star” on the corporate compliance landscape, observing that the company has elevated its approach to compliance, culture and trust to best practice “Compliance 2.0” status – first, with its 2014 appointment of an…
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The Responsible Technology Firm of the Future, Part 4

Posted by - November 2, 2018
Corporate Social Responsibility Suggestions to increase diversity and measure the improvement; monitor evolving stakeholder expectations, particularly around social responsibility; help those displaced by technology through training to improve people’s lives; and manage brand image and reputation. In addition, we offer key questions for each of the 10 suggestions to provide…
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