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Mar. 4, 2021

Is regulation keeping up with facial recognition tech in the workplace? Not yet – and definitely not in the U.S. While data privacy experts point to GDPR and claim “context” is key to curbing the controversy, employers (and compliance officers) seek to use it in increasingly creative ways. Where will it end? Pink slips, perhaps, for workers who may have to choose between giving up privacy or losing a job. CCI Managing Editor Henry Kronk unpacks the issue here, sharing insights from the experts along with an employee interview that puts a human face on the problem. Read...

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What's on the Horizon for Anti-Enforcement Corruption?

Hogan Lovells’ Stephanie Yonekura and Ann Kim examine the impact of mammoth relief spending, widespread remote work and other key developments on anti-corruption that enforcement will have globally in the near future.


BitPay’s $507K OFAC Sanctions Violations Settlement

OFAC has brought two enforcement actions against digital currency services providers in as many months – the latest, against BitPay, should spur companies to develop risk-based sanctions compliance programs. Michael Volkov discusses the violations.



2020 was tumultuous to say the least. But between the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters, numerous ESG issues and more, what are the top concerns for directors as we head deeper into 2021? Dottie Schindlinger and Kira Ciccarelli of the Diligent Institute share insights from the latest research.
DOWNLOADS:

Whistleblowing Service Provider Assessment Guide
Creating effective reporting channels and processes

While some companies seem emotionally tied to telephone hotlines because everybody else has one, or because that's the way they've always done things, only 33 percent of reports globally last year came via telephone, with 65 percent coming through the web or mobile devices.

This new guide from Speeki tells us what to consider when we're determining which reporting channels to use: anonymity, accessibility, multi-lingual, simplicity, expense, future-proofed, etc. Download a copy of the guide


No More "Tick the Box" Compliance
Compliance Training as a Competitive Advantage

Based on research from Thomson Reuters, this report explores the problems many organizations are having with compliance training and suggests the overall value of maintaining a compliant workforce has diminished, and that training has largely been reduced to a "check the box" activity.

The research indicates that more robust compliance frameworks are needed -- particularly given the "new normal" of the COVID era. Download a copy to read or share with a colleague
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