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2016 Compliance & Ethics Institute

September 25 - 28, 2016 | Sheraton Grand Chicago | Chicago, IL

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SESSION

SPEAKER

Enforcement Trends

(8:30 – 8:50 am)

No Presentation Available

Bill Baer, Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: The Next Compliance Challenge

(8:50 – 9:30 am)

  • Understanding human trafficking and modern slavery.
  • The emerging legal requirements for the private sector.
  • What organizations should be doing now.

No Presentation Available

Gwendolyn Hassan, Managing Counsel, Global Compliance & Ethics, CNH Industrial, LLC

William Shepherd, Partner, Holland & Knight

Adam Turteltaub (Moderator), Vice President of Membership Development, Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics

How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer

(9:30 – 10:30 am)

  • Learn specific influence, persuasion and motivation techniques to help you be a powerful business asset.
  • Find out how to deal with burnout and learn when to say, “That’s not my job!”
  • Super-charge how you and others perceive you and your role.

No Presentation Available

Kristy Grant-Hart, Founder and Managing Director, Spark Compliance Consulting; Author, How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer


Networking Break

10:30 - 11:00 AM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


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 Risk back to top

501: Global Antitrust Compliance and Risk - Creating an Effective Antitrust Compliance Program

  • Overview of global legislation, enforcement activity and trends in the evolving antitrust compliance environment.
  • Learn how to conduct a comprehensive, global risk assessment to uncover antitrust risk in your organization.
  • Learn how to effectively promote antitrust compliance in your organization and create an effective antitrust compliance program to mitigate global risk.

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Timothy Bridgeford, Executive Director, Antitrust Compliance, J.P. Morgan

Pedro de la Torre, Global Compliance Officer & Corporate Counsel, The Chemours Company

 Ethics back to top

502: Considering an Ethical Decision Tree? Help Your Employees Make the Right Decision When Other Company Documents Don’t Have the Answer

  • Your employees are bound to encounter a scenario that isn’t covered in your training programs, code of conduct, policies and procedures, or other company documents.
  • Learn about the process to create an ethical decision making tree, including the development of a model, questions to consider, designing the layout, and disseminating the finished product.
  • Hear best practices to incorporate into your tree and potential challenges you may need to overcome.

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Samantha E. Greves, Senior Ethics Analyst, Duke Energy Corporation

 Case Studies back to top

503: Courage at our Core: Inspiring Employees to Speak Up

  • Learn how to fight fear as one of the primary reasons employees don’t report wrongdoing, stand up for what they believe to be right and communicate bad news promptly.
  • Learn how Progressive helps our employees learn how to welcome open, honest disagreement and encourage constructive debate to help build trust, promote open communication and fuel innovation.
  • Participate in an Ethical Art Show discussion, one of the innovative components of our “Courage at the Core” initiative.

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Cindy Yanasak, Compliance & Ethics Program Manager, Progressive Corporation

Eileen M. Xenarios, Business Process Consultant, Progressive Insurance

 Multinational/ International back to top

504: Compliance in South America: Challenges and Effective Strategies

  • Overview of Brazil anti-corruption legislation and enforcement trends. Impact of recent high profile investigations. Elements of an effective compliance program under the Brazil legislation.
  • Emerging and key risks affecting South American countries: what are the major compliance risks your organization is facing when doing business in South America.
  • Reviewing your anti-corruption compliance strategy for South America. Best practices for effective risk mitigation.

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Shin Jae Kim, Partner, TozziniFreire Advogados

Renata Almeida, Partner, TozziniFreire Advogados

Fernanda Beraldi, Ethics & Compliance Director, Latin America & Corporate Counsel, Cummins Inc.

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

505: How Internal Controls Are Needed to Augment Compliance Programs

  • Learn what it takes to “devise and maintain a system of internal accounting controls” as required by the FCPA and similar statutes.
  • Explore how to build internal partnerships with key stakeholders, such as Finance or Controllership, to implement internal controls that augment your compliance programs.
  • Explore COSO , the framework for internal controls and how to deal with some CFO’s misunderstanding of “materiality” for FCPA and other anti-fraud controls.

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Russ A. Berland, Partner, Dentons

 IT Compliance back to top

506: Germ Theory and Modern Information Security Threats: Why We are Entering the Age of Mandatory Cyber Hygiene

  • Learn what is required to successfully deter the most common IT-related fraud, abuse and modern cyber threats.
  • Discover what cyber hygiene is and what it can do for your IT Compliance Program.
  • Hear lessons learned in various industry applications.

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Joseph Grettenberger, Risk & Compliance Manager, Workfront, Inc.

Benjamin T. Wilson, VP Compliance & Industry Relations, DigiCert, Inc.

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

507: Soft Skills Required for a Hard Profession

  • How to develop skills and techniques for increasing message persuasiveness.
  • How to develop skills for instigating behavioral and attitude change.
  • How to manage unwanted persuasion.

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Carolyn Brue, Vice President, Global Ethics & Compliance and Assistant General Counsel, Cargill, Incorporated

Colleen Dorsey, Director of Organizational Ethics & Compliance, University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minnesota

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

508: Five Things About Compliance We Wish Someone Told Us

  • New to compliance and ethics? Don’t worry, we were all new at one time.
  • In this session, we will share lessons learned from our first years in compliance and ethics.
  • And the five things we wish someone had told us when we were just starting in our compliance and ethics roles.

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Michelle Beistle, Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer – Ethics and Privacy, Unisys Corporation

Rebeka Spires, Rebeka Spires, Compliance & Ethics Officer, Louis Berger

Charlotte D. Young, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, The Nature Conservancy

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD9: Tools for Enhancing Employee Participation in Training

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Art Weiss, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, TAMKO Building Products, Inc

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD10: From Bangkok to Bogota and Boston to Brussels, Global ABC and FCPA Benchmarks, Best Practices and Bootcamps – One Size Does Not Fit All

  • How do companies choose to communicate their anti-bribery values to their global workforce?
  • If your compliance program is starting at 0, how to resist the urge to go straight to 60 mph? How to ease yourself out onto the anti-bribery and anti-corruption road.
  • What are specific FCPA/Global Compliance risks that keep you challenged?

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Jay Rosen, VP Legal & Corporate Language Solutions, Merrill Corporation


Networking Lunch

12:00 - 1:30 PM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

1:30 – 2:30 PM


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 Risk back to top

601: M&A Transactions: Addressing Compliance and Ethics Risk in the Newly-Acquired Entity

  • Overview of the challenges, considerations and risks that arise after acquiring a new entity.
  • Discuss strategies for effectively integrating ethics and compliance programs and related infrastructure in the newly-acquired entity.
  • Share practical tips and solutions for effectively mitigating the risks that may arise during the integration process.

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Kasey T. Ingram, General Counsel, ISK Americas Incorporated

Daniel R. Harper, General Counsel, GEA Farm Technologies, Inc.

 Ethics back to top

602: The Good Reasons Why People Do the Wrong Things

  • It isn’t always greed, or the “Rogues,” that lead to misconduct. Sometimes, people are impelled to break the rules by their own values – for what they think are ethical reasons.
  • Hear about the kind of motivations for misconduct that have been blind spots for typical compliance messaging. We’ll share examples – including some from healthcare, education, government and defense – that could arise in any sector.
  • Learn successful strategies to help employees follow their hearts and still follow the rules. You may just be saving the careers of your most dedicated teammates!

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Jason B. Meyer, President, LeadGood, LLC

Amy E. McDougal, President, CLEAResources, LLC

Heather Reilly Powell, Principal, Compliance Clarity LLC

 Case Studies back to top

603: The Highs and Lows of Trying to Join Dots and How Values and Ethics Help us to Find an Organization’s Soul

  • When Serco recently hit the news, for the wrong reasons, it was suddenly no longer the biggest company people had never heard of. The lessons learned before and during that time, and now, show a company courageous enough to tackle some difficult truths
  • This case study session explores how one of the world’s largest companies set about inspiring leaders, managers and staff to use values and ethics across the globe, and determine how a common purpose can be meaningful for everyone.
  • Joining dots is critical to make sense of what it means to operate with an ethical culture. Sustainable success will come from understanding the dots and connecting them in meaningful ways for all stakeholders. We will explore the mysteries and the myths.

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Jane L. Mitchell, Director, J&M Ltd.

Robert Smith, Director, Business Compliance & Ethics, Serco Group plc

 Multinational/ International back to top

604: Effectively Complying with Ever Increasing Data Localization Requirements: Tips, Tools and Tactics for Transferring, Moving, Storing and Accessing Data around the Globe in an Increasingly Restrictive World

  • Russia, the EU, Vietnam and a growing list of other countries have data localization laws that prohibit or restrict the transfer of Personally Identifiable information to other countries. This session will survey these laws and offer practical solutions.
  • Find out how to assure that your cloud computing and other third parties and vendors are in compliance, and how to remediate those that are not.
  • Help your IT, HR, Sales, and other departments be compliant in using their computing networks and assets such as email servers, employee data bases, and Customer Relationship Management systems.

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Web Hull, Privacy, Data Protection, & Compliance Advisor, Global Privacy and Compliance

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

605: At What Cost? A DLA Piper Film on Corporate Governance and Compliance Issues

  • A film shared in three segments with time for discussion and comments after each segment.
  • Fictional drama depicting a corporation dealing with multiple compliance, legal and regulatory issues.
  • View the trailer: http://bit.ly/1QHzSoy

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Angela J. Crawford, Compliance and Investigations Partner, DLA Piper LLP

Brett Ingerman, Partner, DLA Piper LLP



 IT Compliance back to top

606: Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance: Our Journey and Lessons Learned

  • What is PCI and what does it take to achieve compliance?
  • BiState plan to achieve compliance.
  • The results and lessons learned.

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Kent W. Swagler, Director, Corporate Compliance and Ethics, BiState Development

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

607: Critical E&C Insights From NAVEX Global’s Benchmarking Reports

  • Data-based strategies to combat organizational resistance to change so you can stay ahead of emerging and evolving risk.
  • Identifying and addressing blind spots in the legal defensibility of key program elements.
  • Best practices for addressing root-cause issues of program problems, including fragmented ownership and lack of dedicated budgets.

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Carrie Penman, Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President Advisory Services, NAVEX Global

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

608: Laugh and Learn: Using Creative Compliance Training Methods

  • Mark Twain said “Never let formal education get in the way of learning.” However, compliance training these days oftentimes is conducted through monotonous online courses or slide decks. That kind of formal compliance training can impede learning.
  • Employees learn more and stay interested from training when it is entertaining. Injecting humor into learning initiatives helps wake people up and vastly increases topic retention.
  • The session will discuss creative methods and leading practices to increase the effectiveness of compliance training through humor and other engaging approaches, including examples from Delta Airlines’ innovative training program.

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Alan Arnold, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, and Chief Compliance Officer, Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Scott Hilsen, Managing Director, KPMG

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD11: Achieving Supervisor Engagement in Your Compliance Culture

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Kirsten Liston, Managing Partner, Rethink Compliance



 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top

AD12: Does Defensible Compliance Mean Understood Compliance?

  • There is a robust debate about “what does the DOJ want” in terms of a compliance program that might be defensible to the regulators. Does such a regulatory centered focus shift the thinking away from what is needed in the field for compliance to be understood and embraced?
  • Is there a danger that “defensible compliance” might lead to a one-size-fits-all approach where regional calibration and scale is needed?
  • Participate in a discussion as to have “defensible compliance” and “understood” compliance as partners to a successful program, where attendees will be surveyed as to the current gaps and those will be prioritized by concern and discussed. Real-world take aways will conclude the group discussion.

Advanced Discussion Groups will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 50 attendees. Pre-registration is not available for these sessions.

No Presentation or handouts Available

Richard T. Bistrong, CEO, Front-Line Anti-Bribery LLC; Former FCPA Violator, FBI/UK Cooperator




Networking Break

2:30 - 3:00 PM

 

Concurrent Breakout Sessions

3:00 – 4:00 PM

 

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 Risk back to top

701: Government Contracts: Controlling Risk in Working Relationships with Uncle Sam

  • Identify the ethical challenges arising from working with government personnel, including exchanging of gifts, protection of proprietary information, providing transportation to government visitors, social interactions in the workplace, and the revolving employment door between government and industry.
  • Share real-life examples of situations, which, if not properly handled, can lead to contract terminations, IG investigations, suspensions and debarment.
  • Learn best practices for anticipating and addressing risk while fostering positive and enduring relationships with government customers and government personnel with whom you work on a continuing basis.

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Steve Epstein, Chief Counsel, Ethics and Compliance, The Boeing Company

Danica Irvine, Senior Attorney, Standards of Conduct Office, DoD Office of General Counsel

 Ethics back to top

702: Extra! Extra! Read All About It: Getting the Word Out About Your Ethics Reporting Program

  • Learn how to customize your ethics reporting program training to meet the unique needs of your firm’s various stakeholders.
  • Identify ways to use your organization’s resources to heighten awareness of your ethics reporting program.
  • Explore techniques for measuring the success of your efforts and using that data to implement effective program awareness enhancements.

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Karen M. Aavik, Wealth Management Compliance Officer/FNFG Ethics Officer, First Niagara Financial Group

 Case Studies back to top

703: Using the REM Model to Drive Learning in Compliance Trainings

  • This session will discuss The Nature Conservancy’s practical approach to adult learning through training (Relevant; Emotional; Memorable).
  • Discussion will include effective learning techniques as applied to a multi-tiered training platform.
  • The training life cycle will also be discussed, from planning content through design and delivery to assessing effectiveness.

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Charlotte D. Young, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, The Nature Conservancy

Grace Wu de Plaza, Deputy Ethics & Compliance Officer, The Nature Conservancy

Chanda Carpenter, Learning Manager, Technology Learning Center, The Nature Conservancy

 Multinational/ International back to top

704: Compliance Challenges in India: Why Your Compliance Program May Not Translate

  • Some policies and procedures global companies deploy in the rest of the world likely will not be effective in India. We will focus on India-specific opportunities such as due diligence, training and G&E thresholds that impact effective E&C implementation.
  • What unique challenges are posed by the legal and enforcement landscape in India? Consider enforcement trends that foreign companies need to note and the unique role criminal law plays in commercial disputes.
  • How can challenges for US based in-house professionals and outside lawyers conducting internal investigations in India be mitigated? Reflect on cultural, legal and practical implications of conducting cross border work.

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Laurel Burke, Associate General Counsel - Compliance, Regal Beloit

David W. Simon, Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP

Sherbir Panag, Partner and Chair, Compliance & Investigations Practice, MZM Legal

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

705: The Ethical, Professional and Personal Challenges of Being Both a Company’s Lawyer and its C&E Professional

  • Many company lawyers also serve as the company’s compliance officer or director. Hear practical guidance and strategies from experienced C&E lawyers who have navigated the dual roles successfully.
  • Strategies to use when professional obligations collide and perception problems arise.
  • Some practical tips on how to respond when your JD didn’t prepare you for this!

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Anne Tkacs, Managing Director, Ethics and Compliance, Southern Company Gas

Odell Guyton, Vice President, Global Compliance, Jabil Circuit, Inc.

Carol Helliker, Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, CenterPoint Energy, Inc.

Rebecca Walker, (Moderator) Partner, Kaplan & Walker LLP



 IT Compliance back to top

706: Information Security (InfoSec) for the Compliance Professional – You May Not Be Responsible for the Program but You Need to Know the Concepts and Understand the Language!

  • Security from the ground-up - Understanding the necessary elements of every InfoSec program regardless of organization size and complexity.
  • You can’t have privacy without an effective InfoSec program - how to hardwire your privacy and InfoSec efforts for ultimate data protection.
  • It’s all in the documentation - how to document your InfoSec program in a way that demonstrates compliance.

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Jim A. Donaldson, Chief Compliance, Privacy and Information Security Officer, Baptist Health Care

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

707: Election Season 2016: 10 Compliance Tips to Avoid a Political Scandal

  • Elections, campaign activity and political contributions pose unique compliance challenges.
  • Don’t get caught off guard with federal and state elections this year.
  • Learn 10 important tips to safeguard your organization and avoid a political scandal.

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Darrin Lim, Partner, Political Law Compliance Counsel, Nielsen Merksamer LLP

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

708: Engaging the Evolving Workforce in Compliance

  • Discuss changes in the nature and makeup of the workforce today and the challenges this presents for compliance.
  • Exchange ideas on how companies can capitalize on mobility to effectively address compliance audiences.
  • Talk about best practices for style, delivery, and approach around compliance content to best reach the evolving workforce.

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Shannon M. Masson, Senior Counsel Compliance Officer, ArcelorMittal USA

Jeff Brandeis, Growth Markets Sales Director, Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions

Heather N. Yanak, Managing Director & Founder, Cameo Advisory Group

 Advanced Discussion Groups back to top


Networking Break

4:00 - 4:15 PM


Concurrent Breakout Sessions

4:15 – 5:15 PM


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 Risk back to top

801: Third Party Compliance Program: Reducing Risk While Optimizing Relationships

  • How to align the program with your company’s third party strategy (with focus on distribution and channel).
  • How can you take smart risks to enable growth and gain buy in from senior leadership?
  • How to develop a comprehensive, yet not “one size fits all”, program. How can you leverage best practices from other parts of the business to streamline where possible?
  • How can technology and data help to monitor risk and optimize both parties, throughout the relationship? Dell will provide details around their journey and direct feedback from their own channel and distribution partners, as well as business leaders.

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Michael McLaughlin, VP Legal, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Dell

Kristi Kevern, Director, Operational Compliance, Dell



 Ethics back to top

802: The Impact of Ethical Leadership

  • The field of leadership ethics is evolving to explore various models of ethical leadership. Drawing on 25 years in leadership roles across sectors and selected ethics scholars’ work, I will share a model demonstrating the impact of ethical leadership.
  • Practical, applied examples will be provided for ways leaders can signal ethical conduct expectations consistent with their organization’s mission and goals. Four distinct phases of the model will be explored.
  • Roles in management, leadership and governance will be explored. A case is made for the need for people in formal leadership roles to have both strong character and values and be able to identify and execute specific actions to have maximum input.

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Ann G. Skeet, Director of Leadership Ethics, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics



 Case Studies back to top

803: A View From the Other Side: Tales of a Compliance Liaison

  • A case study detailing the implementation of a compliance program within a business unit and their collaboration with the central compliance function.
  • Integrating risk and compliance into your company’s strategic planning process and get a seat at the table.
  • Blending tone at the top with mood at the middle to deliver superior compliance accountability throughout a diverse business function.

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Jeannette Woo, Manager, Regulatory Affairs Compliance Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Sahar Oswald, Manager, Customer Care Compliance, Pacific Gas and Electric

 Multinational/ International back to top

804: Presenting Your Compliance Training Program to Asia Pacific Business Units - Tailoring training to the region and cultural considerations for maximum impact and engagement

  • An overview of unique business practices that exist in Asia that that are not encountered in the U.S and how these may impact on how your compliance training is received in the Asia Pacific region.
  • How to deal with customary cultural practices such as the giving of red envelopes with cash at festive seasons and how to address this practice while respecting historical practices.
  • Tailoring your approach and delivery to gain the most effective engagement with training attendees.

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Mary Shirley, Director of Training, Communications & Investigations, Fresenius Medical Care, Asia Pacific

 Compliance Lawyer back to top

805: Organizational Sentencing Guidelines: Past, Present and Future

  • Just what is the US Sentencing Commission? How does it work? And why should you care?
  • A look at the evolution of the Organizational Sentencing Guidelines and their impact
  • What are some possible changes we might see to the Sentencing Guidelines in the future?

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Eric Morehead, Principal Consultant, Morehead Compliance Consulting LLC

Kathleen Grilli, General Counsel, US Sentencing Commission

 IT Compliance back to top

806: Privacy Breach Response: What’s Your Compliance and Ethics IQ?

  • Learn how to maximize breach response effectiveness and customer satisfaction and minimize litigation and regulatory risks.
  • Hear best practices for mounting an effective security incident response strategy, including meeting compliance and exceeding customer expectations.
  • Examine what your ethical obligations are to protect consumers and provide identity protection when a data breach hits.

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Rick Kam, President & Co-Founder, ID Experts

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

807: Ethics and Compliance Programs in the Age of Spins, Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Due to shrinking government market space, many of the large U.S. Defense contractors have had to learn to adapt in order to survive.
  • Presenters will share the effects and opportunities each of these “life events” has brought to them and their respective programs.
  • Presenters will also describe how their ethics and compliance programs have adapted to their new “normal”.

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Cristina M. Potter, Corporate Ethics Officer, Engility Corporation

Tom McDaniel, Director, Ethics & Compliance, Harris Corporation

 General Compliance and Hot Topics back to top

808: Investigations: Strategy and Eliciting the Most Important Information

  • Discover how to develop a comprehensive strategy and prepare an outline that can provide a roadmap to achieve a more systematic and thorough investigation.
  • Learn how to prepare for interviews by developing and posing appropriate questions in the proper sequence to gain the most complete information.
  • Create an environment and employ time-tested techniques which will prompt interviewees to provide truthful and accurate information.

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Michele A. Yaroma, Special Agent, FBI