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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org For a long time corporate internal investigations in Asia tended to be anti-corruption related, reports Robert Hunt, a partner in the Hong Kong office of the law firm.  These days, though, while bribery is still an area of great concern, other issues have started to gain more of the spotlight.  Of […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, aml, attorney-client privilege, compliance, data privacy, export controls, Fraud, gdpr, internal investigations, investigations, money laundering, sanctions | View Count: (49)
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The top frauds of 2018

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Every year, millions of you tell us – and our partners – about the frauds you spotted. Last year, we heard from 3 million of you, and here’s some of what we learned from your reports:
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Musical.ly took kids’ info without parents’ ok

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Do you know a child who dreams of being the next big star? Who spends time at home, recording song and dance routines (maybe over, and over, and over again)? That child may have used a free app called Musical.ly, now known as TikTok, to create and share recordings. And you’ll want to read about the FTC’s recent settlement with Musical.ly .
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Training Compliance Officers

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By Justin Muscolino Head of Compliance Training, GRC Solutions In this blog post, Justin Muscolino, GRC Solutions’ Head of Compliance Training in North America, reflects on the benefits of having a training program for Compliance Officers. During my career in compliance training I’ve learned first-hand that you need all the assistance you can get. It’s […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Compliance Training, compliance, compliance officers, compliance training, culture, Training | View Count: (64)
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Jane Mitchell on Corporate Culture [Podcast]

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Culture is always discussed as critically important to successful compliance and ethics programs, but what is it exactly? “Culture is what happens when an individual’s behaviors meet an organization’s,” according to Jane Mitchell, the founder and director of JL&M, a consultancy.  In this podcast, Jane, a frequent speaker at SCCE international programs, offers a deep […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, corporate culture, employee surveys, ethics | View Count: (54)
“Burn fat. Reduce cravings. Feel better. Lose weight.” Some dietary supplements come with big promises backed by five-star customer reviews. But do these supplements really do what they say? And can you trust those five-star ratings?
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Job seekers: Avoid executive placement scams

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Online searching makes it easier to connect with companies offering job opportunities. But you can just as easily connect with scammers who seem to be offering legitimate jobs—including executive positions. But after taking your money, it turns out they offer nothing but empty promises.
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Scammers go after international students’ money

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We try to let you know when we learn about new scams, so you can avoid them and warn your friends and family. Here’s another one: scammers pretending to be from the federal government are scaring international students into paying them money. We’ve been getting reports that foreign students, particularly from South Asian countries, are getting phone calls that look like they’re from the government.
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Giving Cybersecurity the “Cassandra Treatment”

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By Jonathan Rusch Principal, DTG Risk & Compliance LLC In Greek mythology, the god Apollo gave Cassandra, the daughter of King Priam of Troy, the gift of prophecy, but then decreed that her prophecies would never be believed.  During the Trojan War, Cassandra predicted the fall of Troy – even the presence of men in […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Cybersecurity, cybersecurity, data breach, IT, SEC | View Count: (105)
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Million Hearts Initiative: A Challenge for Change

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NCQA BlogNCQA Blog - Throughout my life, my family has always passed down different trades and traditions: The ability to change an air filter; learning how to swim when I was four; and a seething hatred for all Boston sports Teams. The one thing they didn’t want to pass down was our family history of heart disease. No family […]Million Hearts Initiative: A Challenge for ChangeAlec Bose
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