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All Press Releases are for Immediate Release                                                                                                                                                                    Contact: Margaret Dragon
at 781.593.4924 or
margaret.dragon@corporatecompliance.org

Press Releases

SCCE Announces the 2018 International Compliance & Ethics Award Recipients

Jul26
Press Releases—The 14th Annual International Compliance & Ethics Awards will be presented to recipients at the 2018 Compliance & Ethics Institute. Hosted by the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE), the event will be held October 21-24, 2018 in Las Vegas. 
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“Experience the Difference” at SCCE’s 17th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, October 21-24, 2018, Las Vegas

Jul09
Press Releases

More than 1,800 compliance professionals are expected to gather in Las Vegas, October 21-24, 2018 for the 17th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, Hosted by the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE). This year’s Compliance & Ethics Institute includes several new features, including two new learning tracks, braindates, first-time attendee breakfast and new awards format.

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Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week to be celebrated November 5 – 11, 2017

Oct26
Press ReleasesMinneapolis, Minn.---October 26, 2017--- Businesses inside the U.S. and across the world will celebrate Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week November 5 – 11, 2017, using this year’s theme, “Awareness, Recognition, and Reinforcement,” the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) & Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) announced today. This designated week is a time for companies to shine a bright light on their commitment to compliance and ethics.
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SCCE revealed its updated “compass” logo on opening day of the 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute

Oct26
Press ReleasesMinneapolis, MN---October 20, 2017---The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) introduced its new brand image during the opening session of the 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute. The redesigned and contemporary SCCE logo maintains the compass, its core image and identity, while refreshing its appearance.
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Leading Compliance and Ethics Group Announces Gerry Zack as Incoming CEO

Oct16
Press ReleasesMinneapolis – The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) & Healthcare Compliance Association (HCCA) announced today that Gerry Zack has been named the Incoming CEO.  Zack will spend the next year working alongside current CEO, Roy Snell, as Roy transitions into retirement.
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SCCE & HCCA survey reveals training governing boards on compliance is the new norm

Oct13
Press ReleasesMinneapolis, MN---October 13, 2017---Training governing boards on compliance and ethics is now the norm rather than the exception, according to “Compliance Training and The Board,” a survey recently conducted by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) & Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA). According to the survey results, 72% of respondents report that training on compliance and ethics issues is provided to the board of directors. However, it is surprising to find 34% of respondents from publicly traded companies indicate no compliance training is performed.
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SCCE announces 13th Annual International Compliance & Ethics Award recipients

Jul12
Press ReleasesMinneapolis, Minn. ---July 12, 2017 ---The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) announced today it will host the 13thAnnual International Compliance & Ethics Awards Dinner during the 2017 Compliance & Ethics Institute on Monday evening, October 16, 2017. This event recognizes those who have made a significant contribution to the growing profession of compliance and ethics.
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SCCE & HCCA now seeking Deputy CEO; SCCE & HCCA announce CEO Roy Snell to retire March 2020

Jul05
Press ReleasesMinneapolis, MN---June 27, 2017---“The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) & Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) are excited to announce the search for a new CEO. Roy Snell will be retiring in March of 2020. We are very excited about our accomplishments to date and are looking forward to identifying an individual that will have the skill set to take us to the next level. The individual we seek will come on as the Deputy CEO and then ultimately assume the position of CEO. Roy Snell will stay on for roughly one year in a special projects role to assist with the transition.
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SCCE and HCCA survey reveals compliance team has little role in company incentive programs

May11
Press ReleasesMay 11, 2017---Minneapolis, MN--- Compliance teams typically do not have a role in reviewing incentive programs to mitigate risk prior to its role out, according to the latest Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) survey report. The report— Incentive Programs and Compliance—reveals that 52 percent of survey respondents never review incentive programs for management and that 46 percent report never review incentive programs for rank and file employees.
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Survey finds despite headlines of hacker-caused breaches, the real data breach culprit for companies is human error

Dec14
Press Releases Minneapolis, Minn.---December 14, 2016---Data breaches resulting from hackers often leads the news headlines, however, a  survey of compliance professionals  conducted in November 2016 by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) found human error to be the main cause of data breaches. While 17% of respondents reported a hacktivist or szhacker was responsible for a breach, lost device (20%) and lost paper files (45%) were far more likely to cause a breach.
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