Should the relationship between the CCO and the board change during COVID-19? Matt Kelly talks with Eric Young, global chief compliance officer, about the priority topics compliance and boards need to be on the same page about now that organizations are facing new or heightened risk.
COVID-19 has created new risks for corporations and influenced existing risk to manifest in new ways. How do compliance officers assess these risks and integrate new risk profiles throughout the organization with updated policies and procedures? Matt Kelly is joined by Tiffany Archer, Regional Ethics & Compliance Officer at the Panasonic Avionics Corporation, to discuss what risk and compliance professionals should be doing.
Distributed workforces and new tools and procedures deployed to manage those workforces are creating data privacy vulnerabilities. Matt Kelly is joined by Tanya Forsheit, one of the country’s top privacy and data security lawyers, to discuss heightened enforcement risk and the fundamental risk inherent to relying on new procedures and untested software.
Without the ability to travel or hold in-person interviews, how can risk and compliance professionals conduct effective investigations? Matt Kelly is joined by Jonathan Marks, leader of the global fraud and forensic investigations and compliance practice at Baker Tilly to discuss what compliance teams can do during this time to protect and preserve investigations.
With employees working from home, stimulus money floating around, and urgency in the air, it is a perfect environment for fraudsters to exploit new vulnerabilities. Scott Moritz, a leading authority in white-collar crime, joins Matt Kelly to discuss the evolving nature of fraud during COVID-19 and how organizations can anticipate and prevent an onslaught of fraud attempts.
As publicly traded companies prepare their 10-Q filings, Matt Kelly talks with Stephen M. Quinlivan, partner at Stinson law firm and a lead writer on the Dodd-Frank.com blog, about key perspectives companies should be considering. Learn about what the SEC expects from publicly traded companies as they prepare their financial statements and try to give investors a clear sense of the risks the company is facing related to COVID-19.
COVID-19 is a global problem that is forcing companies to apply new assessments and analyses to traditional supply chain risks. Sam Abadir, Director of Industry Solutions at NAVEX Global, joins Matt Kelly to discuss how organizations are managing their response and recovery planning to support business continuity needs.
Carrie Penman, Chief Risk & Compliance Officer for NAVEX Global, joins Matt Kelly to discuss the immediate challenges COVID-19 is presenting to risk and compliance professionals. What is the current state of internal reporting, and how is work-from-home models driving and evolving bottom-up communications? Understand the need for effective crisis communications, why this is no time for departmental siloes, and how to keep your finger on the pulse of culture during the time of crisis.