5 years, 8 months ago

Risk Tech, Reg Tech – All The 2018 Tech

We recently published our Risk And Compliance Tech Tide report outlining 14 core technologies to track in 2018. One of the challenging parts of this research is setting the right scope. We found risk and compliance technology everywhere, covering every…

6 years, 11 months ago

Regulating Software Development

  Another weekend, another too good to pass up Twitter conversation during my “unplugged” time. This weekend, Grady Booch hooked me by retweeting Mike Potts tweet: Mike’s tweet was a reply to Grady’s comment on the latest news out of Uber: It’s an understandable question. It’s a reasonable question. It’s one that came up back […]

7 years, 9 months ago

Bank Secrecy Act Compliance

Compliance with regulations coming from governments and from industry associations is a big problem for our clients – whatever the industry. In working with several banks over the years, we’ve become adept at identifying gaps and designing solutions for one of the most wide-reaching regulations for such organizations: the Bank Secrecy Act – aka ”BSA”. The […]

7 years, 9 months ago

Volkswagen and the Cost of Culture

Thanks to Volkswagen, we now have an idea of the cost of failing to maintain an ethical culture, roughly $18 billion US (emphasis added in the quoted text below by me): Volkswagen’s financial disclosure on Friday, in a preliminary earnings report, came a day after the company agreed on the outlines of a plan to […]

8 years, 4 months ago

Locking Down the Prisoners: Control, Conflict and Compliance for Organizations

The most important thing to learn about management and governance is knowing when and how to manage or govern and more importantly, when not to. The story is told about a very new and modern penal facility, the very epitome of security and control. Each night, precisely at 11:00 PM, the televisions were shut off […]

11 years, 1 month ago

Big Data Security Tweet Jam

Please join us on Tuesday, January 22 at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. GMT for a tweet jam, moderated by Dana Gardner (@Dana_Gardner), ZDNet – Briefings Direct, that will discuss and debate the issues around big data security. Key areas that will be addressed during the discussion include: data security, privacy, compliance, security ethics and, of course, Big Data. Continue reading

12 years, 6 months ago

Three Big Topics in Financial Services

In the wake of this historic, global economic downturn there is little room for error among financial services companies. Volatile market conditions, impending regulatory requirements, and an intense competitive atmosphere have banking and insurance companies of all sizes rethinking risk, streamlining operations, and seeking new ways to create a more adaptable enterprise. Now, more than […]

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12 years, 7 months ago

What’s the CIOs Role in Compliance?

How often do the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO) have common cause to work together? More often than you might think. The IT department and the technology resources and skills they contain are among those most in demand by corporate compliance officers when taking on the often enterprise-wide projects that help keep their organization’s out of legal or regulatory hot water, so says a recent survey on corporate compliance practices co-sponsored […]

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