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How Does Your Compliance Program Measure Up? 3 Things to Consider

Today’s regulatory environment is more demanding than ever before. Gone are the days of paper compliance programs and “check the box” requirements. The mere existence of a corporate compliance program is no longer sufficient. Rather, compliance officers must be able to demonstrate that their compliance programs are actually effective in practice. But how can one demonstrate effectiveness? 

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Here’s the Impact That Strengthening Your Training Program Can Have On Corporate Ethics

In theory, corporate ethics should be easy to master and to flawlessly execute. However, in the day-to-day realities of the modern business organization, it’s rarely that simple.

True Office Learning has seen this struggle as we’ve accumulated data from millions of users via our training courses through the years. When employees are presented with real-world scenarios on topics such as corruption, business courtesies, insider trading, diversity, and intellectual property, they don’t score as well as many executives and compliance professionals might hope they would. 

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How to Make Sure Employees Follow Best Practices After Security Awareness Training

Security awareness training is important, but it doesn’t eliminate cyber risk. In fact, when organizations only implement security awareness training and nothing else, it can potentially lead to internal mishaps and security catastrophes. After all, 77 percent of last year’s data breaches involved company insiders. 

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The Secret to Protecting Trade Secrets

Survey after survey has shown that company insiders, such as employees or vendors, can pose a significant risk to a company’s ability to protect its trade secrets—whether the insider acts with or without malicious intent—the question for many companies becomes: what should I do to minimize this risk?

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Tips to Help You Choose a Compliance Training Company

Managing your organization’s compliance training can be a daunting undertaking for compliance professionals and HR personnel already dealing with other priorities on their plates. Designing, implementing, and maintaining training in-house ramps up the difficulty level even more.

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