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Handout - 2018 - Regional - Washington DC - September 21



Investigative Interviewing: What Researchers Have Found Works and Doesn’t Work

  • Learn how to use scientifically validated interviewing techniques proven to obtain more information from witnesses
  • Learn advanced interviewing techniques that make it easier to differentiate between truth-tellers and those who are deceptive
  • Learn how to apply the “Cognitive Interview,” which is the most widely researched and scientifically validated interviewing technique in the world

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Michael Johnson, CEO, Clear Law Institute


Can’t Paper Every Behavior: Moving Beyond Policy, Strategies to Place Principles in Action

With headlines of misconduct, patterns of complicity, abuse of power at the highest ranks, and the resulting #METOO & #TIMESUP movements, organizations are re-thinking their approach to antiharassment and respectful workplace education & communication.

  • Learn about the impact of moving beyond policy
  • Leading difficult conversations from the front-line
  • Scaling globally

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Kim Urbanchuk, Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Counsel, Parsons

Marsha Ershaghi Hames, Managing Director, Strategy & Development LRN


Core Competencies for Ethics and Compliance Professionals: Do You Make the Grade?

  • Session focuses on “real-life” competencies and skills for leading an effective ethics and compliance program
  • Includes use of scenarios, role plays and interactive tools to assess and build competencies
  • Addresses such competencies as strategic thinking, influence, conflict management, problem resolution, innovation and leading change.

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Lori Tansey Martens, President International Business Ethics Institute

Easiest Catch: Don’t Be Another Fish in the Dark ‘Net

  • Discuss recent high-profile cybercrime events including website breaches impacting a variety of organizations and sectors.
  • Discuss particularly dangerous types of digital threats involving the Dark Web, the Internet of Things, social engineering, and Wi-Fi attacks.
  • Demonstrate the value of leveraging digital evidence in the courtroom.


Mark Lanterman, Chief Technology Officer, Computer Forensic Services, Inc.

Privacy, Trust, and the General Data Protection Regulation

  • Learn how Microsoft put its motto, “Built on Trust” into action to support GDPR Data Subject Rights
  • Learn about Microsoft’s journey to GDPR readiness across compliance, technology, and information governance
  • Hear lessons learned and best practices building out privacy safeguards at-scale across the Azure Cloud

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JP Clementi, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft: Azure Global Privacy


A View from the Board: Expectations from Compliance

  • Board expectations of corporate leadership
  • What board members require from corporate leadership to fulfill their oversight roles
  • Board view of corporate compliance and ethics.

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Michael Levin, Senior Director of Compliance, Ethics & Business Practices, Freddie Mac


Owen L. Greenblatt, Member, KGS Board of Directors and Ethics and Compliance Committee

Jewell D. Hoover, Board Member, AARP

S. Sara Mathew, Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation