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GAN Integrity adds new risk management module

 

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The 10 elements of an effective compliance program  

From the FCPA Blog 

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Panasonic provides a teachable moment

The Panasonic enforcement action in April -- resulting in $280 million in penalties and disgorgement to the DOJ and SEC -- offers almost every lesson a compliance officer might want to discuss about anti-bribery programs. From the FCPA Blog. 

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WHITE HOUSE SHAME: Almost turned Americans over to the Kremlin

 

By Richard L. Casson

Publisher and editor of the FCPA Blog

The man behind the Magnitsky Act denounced the White House for considering swapping him in exchange for U.S. access to a dozen Russians indicted for hacking America's 2016 presidential election.

Bill Browder called the idea "appalling and atrocious."

Vladimir Putin proposed the exchange at Monday's Helsinki summit. The White House said President Trump was considering the offer.

"Putin wants to torture me to death," Browder said. "He hates me because I found his Achilles heel."

Former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, said the proposed swap is a "ridiculous request from Putin."

Browder is the CEO of London-based Hermitage Capital Management, once the biggest foreign investor in Russia.

He was born in the United States but is now a UK citizen.

In 2009, his lawyer in Moscow, 36-year-old Sergei Magnitsky, died in police custody after uncovering a $230 million tax fraud against the Russian treasury.  

Through Browder's efforts, the United States enacted the Magnitsky Act in 2012. It imposes sanctions on kleptocrats and human-rights abusers.

OFAC has publicly listed 49 people subject to travel bans and asset freezes under the Magnitsky Act. Several Putin cronies are on the list.

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MetricStream GRC summit highlights issues facing enterprises

 

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Less Pain, More Gain: InfoSec risk management and ISO 27001

 

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ERP Migrations: Creating New GRC Exposure and Upgrade Hazards

 

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Ten ways GDPR differs from the U.S. privacy model

 

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Reciprocity helps companies ready for May GDPR deadline

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Australian company eyes more North American customers

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 8 strategies to fight false positives

Clamping down in the wrong ways can increase false positives

 

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Maturing Business Resilience Through Integrated Risk Management 

 

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Kount: A collaborative ecosystem for fighting fraud

 

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Top 3 predictions for 2018 – a year of change

 

Most organizations unaware when employees violate policy and rules 

 

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FICO will protect nonprofits from money launderers, fraudsters

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John Verver, ACL

  ACL Platform brings constant monitoring to risk management teams

 

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SOC Audits: What They Are, and How to Survive Them

 

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Why every company needs a robust Conflict of Interest System

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ALSO ...

  • Is Social Media evidence admissible in court?
  • NSA hack shakes confidence in federal ability to protect company data
  • Wells Fargo ripped off deceased customer (allegedly)
  • How HHS finds fraudsters without leaving Washington, D.C.
  • ProcessUnity, KPMG, Gresham upgrade their solutions
  • In this exclusive interview, LexisNexis Risk Solutions talks about AML and Know Your Customer solutions.
  • Panama Papers database contains bad news for honest banks
  • Simility launches its Fraud Prevention Platform
  • How big data blew the lid on the Panama Papers
  • Norman Group will integrate Guardian's omni-channel fraud platform
  • Companies struggle to manage regulatory compliance
  • Kount: Five ways to reduce mobile fraud
  • Former IT worker going to prison for sabotaging networks
  • Has your organization performed the ACFE Fraud Prevention Checklist?
  • Plus: Download OCEG's GRC Capability Model, called the "Red Book."

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New fraud, compliance software patents

The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office approves patents for fraud, risk, and compliance software products every month. Check the latest ideas before they come to market on our Patents Page.

 

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ZenGRC is the first user-friendly GRC software that makes compliance easy for today’s nimble enterprises.

 

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Actionable Social Media Intelligence.

 

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A better approach to GRC.

 

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The Internal Control Institute is primarily involved in improving individual professional expertise in internal control and improving organization internal control activities in companies.

 

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Network Frontiers' online compliance dictionary

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Stanford's new FCPA Database

View original documents, access relevant laws and precedent, and read articles about FCPA compliance and enforcement

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ACFE's 2016 fraud Report to the Nations

The annual global report surveys fraud trends by country, fraud prevention solutions, and other key data.

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 The first complete, illustrated guide to developing effective GRC capabilities

 

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Data breaches probably inside job 

When companies declare that  hackers have stolen millions of credit card numbers or other customer account information, someone on the inside was probably in on the theft. Karl Lesser, a veteran network security analyst, tells of what he's seen in his years as a security consultant.

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Account takeovers in the hundreds of millions

Of 500 million account creations, more than 270 million are flagged as fraudulent or suspect, according to statistics maintained by NuData Security.

 

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