Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Fraud Risk Management , Standards, Regulations & Compliance
Compliance Lessons From 2020 Fraud CasesPanel of Experts Discusses How Technology Can Mitigate Large-Scale Global Fraud
What compliance lessons can be learned from major fraud cases in 2020, including the Goldman Sachs bribery case, the Wirecard mass corruption case and the Novartis bribery case?
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Compliance experts Mikhail Gordon of Affiliated Monitors, Amii Barnard-Bahn of Barnard-Bahn Coaching & Consulting and author Thomas Fox offer an in-depth analysis in this panel discussion with Information Security Media Group.
The panelists discuss:
- Important lessons from each of these cases;
- Technologies that can be leveraged to mitigate the risks of similar fraud incidents;
- How to implement lessons learned.
Gordon is managing director of institutional ethics and integrity at Affiliated Monitors. She serves as an independent integrity monitor to corporate and public entities under court order and regulatory settlement agreements. Her practice areas include anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, technology and privacy compliance, and international law.
Barnard-Bahn is managing principal at Barnard-Bahn Coaching & Consulting. She consults with leaders at global companies, including Bank of the West, Adobe and The Gap. She is a member of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches.
Fox is a compliance evangelist who is author of "The Compliance Handbook" published in May. He has written 16 books on business leadership, compliance, ethics and corporate governance, including "Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics." He also hosts The Compliance Podcast Network.