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How to Keep Up with Always-Changing Regulatory Guidelines

In addition to the day-to-day obligations that are paramount to running a business, employers must comply with regulatory requirements addressing such issues as anti-corruption, antitrust, data privacy, cybersecurity, ethics, and financial crimes. Keeping abreast of new laws and the constantly evolving regulatory environment can be overwhelming to even the most seasoned corporate compliance professional. However, being caught in violation of any regulatory obligations can lead to costly fines and lawsuits for businesses. 

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4 Reasons for Having Compliance Policies, Procedures, and Trainings

We get it: Compliance can be expensive. However, noncompliance can be even costlier—on average, 2.71 times more expensive than simply maintaining or meeting requirements. That by itself should be enough to convince companies to prioritize a compliance program that includes policies, procedures, and trainings. 

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Marriott Data Breach: What Corporate Compliance Personnel Can Learn

Computers and the internet revolutionized how companies do business. Organizations of all sizes and from any location are able to extend their reach to new and larger markets and to work more efficiently by using computer-based tools. But as with every valuable tool, not using it properly and securely can lead to disaster. 

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Top 6 Takeaways from the 18th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute 2019

Every year, SCCE brings together the best and brightest from across the compliance and ethics world for the Compliance & Ethics Institute. This year was jam packed with sessions, keynotes, conversations, and insight…and we’ve boiled down our six key takeaways and hot topics from the meeting.

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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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