All session times are in Central Daylight Time (CDT)
Tuesday, May 25
08:55 AM - 09:00 AMOpening Remarks
09:00 AM - 10:00 AMNon-Profits at Risk - Cyber and Ransomware Attacks On the Rise John Riggi, Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk, American Hospital Association
- The types of cyber-attacks targeting non-profits which may result in the loss of sensitive data, theft of funds, interruption of operations and compliance risk exposure.
- The latest cyber tactics and techniques used by international criminal gangs and foreign spies to penetrate organizations, steal data and execute devastating ransomware attacks.
- The intersection of business risk, compliance, technology and cyber risk and what the compliance office can do to identify and mitigate cyber risk.
10:00 AM - 10:15 AMBreak
10:15 AM - 11:15 AMHow to Be an Excellent U.S. Government Grantee Doug Horner, Vice President, Awards, Compliance & Int'l Ops, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
- Proven practices in USG grant compliance and grant management that apply regardless of your funding agency
- Implications of USG’s philosophy shift from discretionary grants being thought of as “conditional gifts” to buying specific performance like a contract
- What to do internally with colleagues in your organization
11:15 AM - 11:30 AMBreak
11:30 AM - 12:30 PMDeveloping and Utilizing a Compliance Matrix to Track Compliance Obligations Katie Ignatowski, Chief Compliance Officer, University of Wisconsin System
- Illustrate how one organization developed a compliance matrix database to inventory, track, and organize compliance obligations from federal law, state law, and Board of Regents policy across the entire system
- Learn the approach used to create the platform, the research strategies used to populate the relevant compliance information, and the methods deployed to identify accountability for each obligation at multiple levels
- Understand how the tool integrates with the HR system to ensure that reporting and disclosure obligations don’t “fall through the cracks” when an employee leaves and that new employees receive information regarding relevant compliance obligations in the onboarding process
12:30 PM - 01:15 PMMID-CONFERENCE BREAK
01:15 PM - 02:15 PMCharity Watchdog Compliance Kitty Holt, Director, Ethics & Compliance, Plan International USA
This session will help you to understand:
- the methodology of the larger charity watchdogs,
- what they plan to measure in the future, and
- how you can manage your ratings.
02:15 PM - 02:30 PMBreak
02:30 PM - 03:30 PMUsing Data Analytics to Detect Fraud and Noncompliance Gerry Zack, CEO, SCCE & HCCA
- Understand a framework for the application of data analytics to detection of fraud and noncompliance
- Apply analytic techniques to specific examples of fraud and noncompliance
- Scale and customize an analytics function based on size and risk profile of your organization
All sessions have a knowledge level associated with them, these levels are just guidelines and you are free to attend sessions of any level.
Basic: Program knowledge level most beneficial to Compliance Professionals new to a skill or an attribute. These individuals are often at the staff or entry level in organizations, although such programs may also benefit a seasoned professional with limited exposure to the area.
Intermediate: Program knowledge level that builds on a basic program, most appropriate for Compliance Professionals with detailed knowledge in an area. Such persons are often at a mid-level within the organization, with operational or supervisory responsibilities, or both.
Advanced: This level focuses on the development of in-depth knowledge, a variety of skills, or a broader range of applications. Advanced level programs are often appropriate for seasoned professionals within organizations, and professionals with specialized knowledge in a subject area.