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Compliance Role in Information Security and Cybersecurity

Matt Kelly Editor & CEO Radical Compliance
Don Griffith Head of Financial Crimes & Fraud Prevention Compliance, Compliance Counsel, MassMutual

• The evolving regulatory landscape (NY DFS cyber rule, CA Consumer Privacy Act, GDPR) and regulators’ evolving expectations of the compliance role in cybersecurity
• The intersection of information security, privacy, anti-money laundering and fraud compliance
• Assessing the compliance risks relating to information security • Leveraging your internal experts


Quantifying the Value of Hotline Reporting

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

• Join this session for an early look at the upcoming NAVEX Global 2019 Hotline Benchmark Report –findings and analysis of over 1 million reports
• Using hotline reporting as a predictor of workplace culture strength – recent George Washington University research shows association between employee reporting and business results
• How this year’s data and the recent research findings can help you tell the story of your reporting data to executive staff and the Board of Directors

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Taking Your Code of Conduct Digital: Here’s How to Do it Right

Andrea Falcione Principal and Head of Advisory Services Rethink Compliance LLC
Renee Sophocles Compliance Training Manager PTC
Michael (Mike) Simone Risk & Compliance Analyst Analog Devices
Beth Tshudy Director of Corporate Compliance Analog Devices

• Your employees are always on their phones. Is your Code optimized for a digital audience?
• How to take your Code digital, without making it a huge technology hassle.
• Learn where to start, five features your Code must have, and three things you don’t need.


Creating a Culture of Compliance

Andrew Bucknam Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, Knights of Columbus

• Right-Sizing Your Compliance Function: why bigger is not necessarily better
• Cultural Awareness Through Training: Thinking of Training as Creating Ethics Awareness One Employee at a Time
• Creating Individual Accountability Through Oversight: Using Data Analytics and Complaint Tracking to Let the Company Know Compliance Can See the Outliers


Fast, Cheap, and Under Control: Strategies for Measuring and Reporting Compliance Program Performance in an Era of Stretched Resources and Low Attention Spans

Thomas R. Birmingham VP, Compliance Emera Inc.
Adam Padgett Manager, Compliance Emera Inc.

• Leverage existing tools and data where possible and build new tools to capture new data where necessary to create standardized, cost-effective ways to measure compliance program performance (i.e., strategy).
• Capture performance requirements in a format and design that maximizes information sharing while minimizing administrative burdens (i.e., design).
• Overcome challenges and seize opportunities when responding to compliance program performance requirements (i.e., implementation).


Linking Culture to Ethics and Risk Using the Strategic Culture Framework

Caterina Bulgarella, Ph.D. Culture Architect & Ethics Advisor in collaboration with SAI Global

• This session will use the Wells Fargo and BP scandals to illustrate the relationship between culture, ethics and risk
• Participants will be introduced to the Strategic Culture Framework and its implications for proactively managing risk in organizations
• A high-level roadmap for culture measurement and program impact measurement will also be discussed