May 1, 2023 | Articles | Compliance Cosmos
Undoubtedly, compliance officers will continue to be faced with the question: “Is your compliance program effective?” Robert F. Roach and his colleagues discuss how government guidance, data analysis, and modern tools can help answer this question.… Read More
What are the underlying risks of personal devices and the board of directors’ responsibilities to oversee these risks? Eric T. Young gave his perspective to Agenda Week, a Financial Times company, saying that companies are already expected to have robust compliance risk assessment programs and evaluate higher-risk products, customers and geographies under the U.S. Department of Justice’s and other agencies’ guidelines.
Therefore, companies should already “conduct background checks and investigations of companies and other third parties with whom they … Read More
March 9, 2023 | Articles | Security Technology Executive
COVID-19 and the increasing rate of violence have placed a strain on the healthcare industry. In an article for Security Technology Executive, Tim Sutton discusses how hospitals and healthcare providers are implementing new technologies such as walk-through metal detectors, turnstiles, and weapon detection systems to control access and improve security while trying to maintain a welcoming environment. … Read More
March 2, 2023 | Articles | Corporate Compliance Insights
The recent ruling involving toxic behavior at McDonald’s could mean that the C-suite will soon bear the same oversight duty of boards of directors. Bart M. Schwartz and Bonnie Jonas of Pallas Global Group share their perspectives on the tectonic shift in corporate liability.… Read More