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When the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in May 2018, it will change the data privacy landscape for any organization possessing data involving EU citizens. How can US multinationals prepare for the GDPR, even at this late date? Participants will explore challenges and opportunities associated with GDPR compliance.
New supply chain technologies can improve visibility and operational efficiencies. But can they also give company leaders a new view into extended enterprise risk management (EERM) issues such as fraud, waste, and abuse? Participants will learn about advantages of investing in a robust supply chain forensic capability that includes skills, tools, and other resources already resident in many organizations.
Software asset management (SAM) is an increasingly important aspect of building a reliable and secure enterprise technology and operational infrastructure. So why don’t more organizations have a SAM strategy or function in place? Participants will learn about the fundamental importance of investing in SAM to execute on their IT and operational mandates.
Introduced in November 2017, the DOJ’s new Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Corporate Enforcement Policy (the policy) made significant changes to some areas of previous policy while leaving others alone. How has it played out? Participants will gain insights on benefits and challenges associated with the new FCPA corporate enforcement policy.
Cyber risk: Maturity and ubiquity in the fourth industrial era
January 24, 2018
The cyber talent gap: New considerations and strategies
August 23, 2017