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December 3, 2020 | Articles | Association of Certified Sanctions Specialists

Sanctions and the Supply Chain: Is Your Data Working for You?

Julie Myers Wood writes on how to harness technology to ensure your compliance program is streamlined; identify and intelligently use data to understand your customer’s behavior; and take proactive steps to satisfy requirements set forth in guidelines issued by OFAC and DOJ.… Read More

November 9, 2020 | Articles | Security World

Securing Your Business Before Disaster Hits: Planning for Extreme Weather

There are three core pillars of security strategy: physical, operations and technology. You may think you’ve addressed each of them in the comprehensive plans you’ve put in place for any and all emergencies. But are you adequately prepared for an unforeseen weather event? John Torres offers some practical advice.… Read More

October 1, 2020 | Articles | Cyber Security – A Peer Reviewed Journal

Effectively Integrating Physical Security Technology into the Operational Technology (OT) Domain

Effectively Integrating Physical Security Technology into the OT Domain CSJ Fall 2020

The Operational Technology (OT) domain has historically been an area of sensitivity primarily within the industrial (manufacturing, petrochemical and utility) markets. Recent compromises of OT have expanded the exposure to loss from this domain into more core corporate markets including pharmaceutical, finance and technology spaces. In order to effectively mitigate threats to this domain, a holistic countermeasure implementation program must be put in place and be managed as … Read More

September 3, 2020 | Articles Uncategorized | Law360

5 Steps To Help Universities Manage Foreign Influence Risk

By effectively implementing 5 practical steps for managing compliance, universities engaged in international research collaborations can protect their research programs, researchers  and  their institutional reputations in times of enhanced federal scrutiny and enforcement.… Read More