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Who doesn’t love the idea of having an expanded reach?
Having people showing up throughout the organization holding the banner of compliance? Keeping you informed as they act as the eyes and ears on the ground in a way impossible for your valiant team (perhaps, your team of one)?
Compliance Champions are a great way to make all of this happen.
The explosive complaint filed with the SEC, DOJ, and FTC about security meltdowns at Twitter have all the best compliance problems!
As Zatko is slated to speak in front of Congress on Tuesday, it’s worth looking at his story for compliance lessons.
UPDATE: Why did I do this? Adventures in Executive Education A year ago, I completed an executive education course on
What do elephants and porcupines have in common?
They’re both animals of course.
But elephants are not porcupines and porcupines are not elephants.
If scientists were tracking the habits of elephants, it would not help them to receive information about porcupine behavior. Different animals need to be treated differently.
The same is true when it comes to inquiries versus reports of potential misconduct.
Let’s pull out your sanctions-specific risk assessment, shall we?
Wait, you don’t have one?
Ah, don’t worry, there are lots of folks in that boat.
Many companies don’t have a sanctions-specific risk assessment. But you don’t want to be in that boat because it exposes your company to enormous risk.