Webinar: Best Practices for Third-Party Due Diligence

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Friday, September 29, 2017
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm (EST)

With the continued focus of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on the enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), third-party due diligence should be highly prioritized. The level of due diligence efforts made by companies is taken into consideration by the DOJ and SEC in determining to go forward with alleged FCPA violations. Therefore, a thorough third-party due diligence can save companies from the problems that may lead to potential damage.

The message is clear: businesses must develop solid compliance programs to minimize third-party risks.

Rsam product director Daniel DeJuan joins a panel of key thought leaders and distinguished professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group. Key topics include:

  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – Recent Trends
  • The DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs
  • Third Party Risk Management
  • Notable Cases
  • Effective FCPA Compliance Program
  • Best Practices

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Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit – Toronto

Visit the Rsam booth at the Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit in Toronto.

Date: September 12-13, 2017

Location: Venue to be announced soon

Company CEO Vivek Shivananda will also host a private lunch event on August 8 where he will discuss, “NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Best Practices for Implementation.” Vivek will be joined by ISMG Media Editor Tom Fields.


Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit – New York City

Visit the Rsam booth at the Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit in New York City.

Date: Aug 8-9, 2017

Location: Marriott Marquis Hotel

Company CEO Vivek Shivananda will also host a private lunch event on August 8 where he will discuss, “NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Best Practices for Implementation.” Vivek will be joined by ISMG Media Editor Tom Fields.

 


ISACA Houston

Torsten Larson, Rsam Senior Security Consultant, is presenting at the ISACA Houston Annual General Meeting:

Date: Friday, July 21

Location: HCC West Loop; 5801 West Loop S, Houston

Topic: “5 Common Failures of Security Incident Response Programs and How to Avoid Them”

Description: For the last two decades, organizations have dealt with an ever-increasing barrage of cyber-attacks.  While technical tools, end-user education, and incident response programs have matured, breaches and intrusions occur daily. In the wake of new types of threats such as ransomware, persistent threats, and IOT exploits, organizations must have a proactive incident response (IR) programs to identify, respond, and neutralize security incidents – rapidly.  However, many IR programs suffer from a lack of oversight and stagnation.  In this session, we will discuss five common IR program failures that persist today and explore how to avoid them.