In this annual webcast, our panel will analyze key SEC enforcement developments from 2017, and will discuss what to expect in 2018. Among other items, the panel will address:
• new SEC leadership and its new priorities;
• current legal and policy issues arising from cases involving the FCPA, financial fraud, insider trading, and investment management; and
• developments in the Whistleblower Program, the new Cyber Unit and Retail Strategy Task Force, and other ongoing initiatives.
Please join panelists Bill McLucas from Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; Doug Davison from Linklaters; and Marty Wilczynski and Steve Richards from Ankura Consulting as they address these and other developments in SEC enforcement.
In this annual webcast, our panel will analyze key developments in SEC enforcement and notable events from 2016, and will discuss what to look for in 2017. Among other items, the panel will address:
•The change in leadership at the SEC and what to expect;
•Results of litigation and current issues arising from SEC actions;
•Themes from cases involving the FCPA, financial fraud, gatekeepers, market structure, insider trading, and investment management;
•Updates on the Whistleblower Program, use of technology, and other ongoing initiatives;
Please join panelists Bill McLucas and Doug Davison, securities partners at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; and Marty Wilczynski and Steve Richards, Senior Managing Directors with Ankura Consulting as they address these and other developments in SEC enforcement.
Through interpreting enforcement actions to understand the requirements of regulatory and international standards, re-examining the organization’s anti-money-laundering framework, and identifying risks. In this webinar, experts will demonstrate how to test the current program and identify risks with recent enforcement actions, in order to maintain and revise anti-money-laundering related policies, procedures, and controls.
Learning objectives include 学习目标：
Interpreting recent enforcement actions
Understanding international standards and regulatory requirements from law enforcement actions
Identify risks from enforcement actions
Miss this webinar at your peril! On the eve of the 5th anniversary of the Bribery Act entering into force we have now seen significant enforcement activity in the UK and the UK corporate crime regime is on the cusp of the biggest change in its history that will impact on every business with far reaching consequences for business.
In this webinar we shall look back over the last 12 months and forecast where we see developments in the year to come. We shall discuss:
1. Our take on the developments over the last twelve months, including the first DPA, corporate prosecution under the Bribery Act and use of the new sentencing guidelines.
2. What's next:
· What do the biggest alleged bribery scandal of all time and the Panama Papers have in common?
· DPA's v. Prosecution. With no discount for a DPA, what is the point?
· Changing the UK's AML regime: the other side of the Bribery Act coin & big changes are planned
· The London May Anti-corruption summit and the proposed biggest change to UK corporate criminal law, ever…which will eclipse the impact of the Bribery Act.
And you have our personal guarantees, that we won’t discuss Brexit and what that might mean for bribery and corporate crime. At all.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Vivian Robinson QC, former general counsel to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office and now a partner in McGuireWoods London; Barry Vitou, partner in Pinsent Masons LLP’s London office; Richard Kovalevsky QC, 2 Bedford Row; and Julian Glass, Managing Director, FTI Consulting, as they answer your questions and address these key topics.
Our predictions for last year were eerily accurate. Can you really afford to miss it?
In this annual webcast, our panel will analyze key developments in SEC enforcement and notable events from 2015, and will discuss what to look for in 2016. Among other items, the panel will address:
•Results of litigation and current issues arising from SEC administrative proceedings;
•Actions involving financial fraud, gatekeepers, market structure, and investment management;
•The impact of the Whistleblower Program, use of technology, and requiring admissions in settlements;
•Significant “first ever” cases in a broad range of areas; and much more
Law enforcement and defense organizations need secure access to sensitive data, and to provide services and to collaborate with others, while protecting the public, and any confidential information. Faced with these challenges, meeting compliance regulations such as Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy (CJIS-SP) , is a priority for most organizations, especially as audits draw near.
Did you know that the Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy (CJIS-SP) requires that data be encrypted when it is transmitted outside a secure facility, even within the same agency
“When CJI is transmitted outside the boundary of the physically secure location, the data shall be immediately protected via cryptographic mechanisms (encryption)”
Join us for an informative webinar where you will learn how to secure your data in transit as it moves across your internal and external network, to help ensure compliance with the FBI mandate.
•Overview of CJIS-SP mandate
Network vulnerabilities and how Ethernet encryption can help secure data in motion
•Use cases – hear how various agencies have successfully deployed network encryption to secure their data and meet audit requirements
•Mapping solutions to the needs of your organization
For more information on dealing with multi-factor authentication in the CJIS audit, check our part one in the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/2037/258091
Effective partnerships between law enforcement and the financial industry are critical to combat the financing of criminal activities and terrorism. During this insightful webinar, experts will address the latest AML and financial industry concerns and challenges organizations often face when partnering with law enforcement.
•The new CDD Rule: Meeting minimum requirements versus increased risk mitigation
•Analyzing the potential effects the new presidential administration will have on future AML/KYC regulations
•Collaborating effectively and building relationships with local law enforcement while maintaining privacy
You don't have to look far to find a current news story about ransomware taking down networks in record time, or a data breach involving millions of customer records by a malicious actor who has hid in an environment for months.
In an "Assumption of Breach" world, we accept that it's statistically impossible to keep all the bad guys out. That inevitably at some point, we will receive that phone call or email that says it's happened to our organization. But that doesn’t mean we are powerless against it either. We have the tools and practices to help limit the impact that such an incident can have on our business, we just have to exercise them.
Segmentation is one of those practices that has the ability to significantly impact your overall security posture, but it's impact depends on how well it's implemented. The industry has been using VLANs for segmentation for decades, but they are combat ineffective when it comes to stopping the spread of ransomware and other malicious threats.
We need to look at more advanced capabilities like Data Center Next Generation Firewalls, Micro-Segmentation practices, Behavior Analytics, and even Network Access Control (NAC) among others to help us contain, mitigate, and eventually remediate the threats that face us.
Join Josh King, Carousel's Director of Security Solutions to discuss what an assembly of the right mix of people, process, and technologies might look like to combat this evolving threat landscape.
This session explores how cloud connected sensor devices are providing new crime fighting tools and real-time situational awareness for law enforcement. Jeff will demonstrate how data from cameras, LPRs, and drones are used to investigate crime and improve officer safety.Read more >
The risk for public companies and senior management becoming the subject of a financial fraud investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission has never been greater. Mary Jo White, the SEC’s Chair, and the SEC’s Director of Enforcement, Andrew Ceresney, have publicly stated that financial fraud cases are a programmatic priority for the Commission. Indeed, the Commission has formed a Fraud and Audit Task Force to proactively identify potential schemes. Moreover, the Commission officials have routinely touted the Commission’s data analytic capabilities for detecting anomalies and red flags and have encouraged collaboration internally within the Commission and with other regulators.
This webcast will provide insights to all those in the financial reporting process including attorneys, accountants and other professionals preparing or auditing financial statements, investigating allegations of accounting misstatements or defending targets of investigations and lawsuits. Senior management, audit committee members and independent auditors are especially at risk given that the Commission has signaled a desire to bring enforcement action against gatekeepers. Consequently, it is important to understand what the Commission will be examining and how to respond when the Enforcement Division comes knocking.
The webcast will focus on the sources of the government’s investigations, hot accounting topics, process for investigating financial fraud allegations and the government’s expectations for responding to allegations of financial fraud. You will get insights on how to manage expectations of the board of directors and independent auditors as well as strategies for defending companies and individuals. Additionally, this webcast will cover cross border considerations, lessons from recent enforcement cases, and related class action lawsuits.
Bankers have long known that teaming up with law enforcement can enhance outcomes when conducting investigations. And the reality is that the reverse also holds true: Financial institutions have assets that can prove invaluable in investigations – everything from vast knowledge of AML regulations, histories of handling suspicious activities and, of course, unmatched data on clients who may be of interest to law enforcement. This webinar takes a new perspective on joint investigations, with experts from the banking sector detailing the types of assistance – possibly overlooked – that they can provide law enforcement in the common fight against financial crime.
•Spotting financial transaction red flags to assure potential criminal activity is investigated
•Detailing bank data collection to identify potentially relevant evidence for investigations
•Using the 314(a) system to locate financial assets and recent transactions made by subjects of criminal investigations
From the implementation of police body cameras to predictive policing analytics, the work of law enforcement these days in incredibly tech forward. But there are complex issues local governments face with all the innovation in crime fighting and prevention, from the regulations for how data is collected and analyzed to practical considerations for storing and securing it. What are the important questions local decision-makers should be making when it comes law enforcement tech? Route Fifty will interview experts with informed perspectives on what agencies are facing now and the challenges that await.Read more >
Internal investigations have become a much higher-stakes issue for companies of all sizes. The SEC filed a record high number of enforcement actions in 2016. In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice has expanded its interest in internal investigations from the “what” and “why” to also include an emphasis on “how” companies conduct them. Now, the two agencies are more actively coordinating on investigations involving accounting fraud and FCPA issues.
In a panel discussion, Rex Homme of StoneTurn and Catherine Moreno of Wilson Sonsini will focus on the impact of heightened scrutiny on corporate compliance programs, best practices for responding to government inquiries and how to avoid enforcement actions.
Topics to be covered include:
-- Data Analytics and Fraud Detection
-- Recognizing “New” Types of Fraud
* Vendor, supplier and procurement fraud
* CEO fraud and other cyber scams
-- Developing a Response Plan
As the Bribery Act starts to bite, the UK Government looks to abolish the SFO!
On the 6th anniversary of the Bribery Act entering into force we have now seen further significant enforcement activity in the UK.
In this webcast, our panel of expert UK attorneys and consultants look back over the last 12 months and forecast where we see developments in the year to come. The panel will discuss issues including:
-- Key developments over the last twelve months, including the Rolls Royce DPA and corporate prosecution under the Bribery Act.
-- What’s next:
* DPA’s v. Prosecution. Latest developments?
* Privilege and bribery investigations, what are the issues coming out of ENRC?
* What is the future of the SFO?
In this webcast analyzing key developments in SEC enforcement, our panel will discuss notable events from 2013 and emerging issues for 2014. Among other items, the panel will address:
•The SEC’s shift towards requiring admissions, rather than no-admit-no-deny settlements;
•The increased use of analytic technology to identify fraud;
•The renewed focus on enforcement against “gatekeepers;”
•Results of litigating with the SEC; and much more.
Please join panelists Bill McLucas and Doug Davison, securities partners at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; and Marty Wilczynski and Jason Flemmons, Senior Managing Directors with FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting, as they address these and other developments in SEC enforcement.
Compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has become increasingly important for not only for corporations but for their supply chain partners as well. Join this webinar with Compliance Week's Contributing Writer Tom Fox for information about the latest trends in FCPA compliance, as well as a discussion of recent enforcement actions by the Department of Justice (DoJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).Read more >
GDPR’s enforcement date begins May 25th – a day after this webinar. Is your organization ready? What if you are just getting budget for GDPR compliance efforts. What if you just learned about the GDPR and your organization is subject to this law. If any of these scenarios apply, this is the webinar for you!
Lisa Berry-Tayman, a long-time privacy and information governance professional, will discuss:
• Benefits of being fashionably late to the GDPR party
• Getting your GDPR efforts back on track (or getting on the track for some folks)
• Rethinking the timeline and action items (or creating a timeline and action items for some folks)
Crawl out from underneath your desk, uncurl from the fetal position, and join us for a Executive Women’s Forum webinar on May 24th.
Since 2007, the number of SEC enforcement actions involving financial fraud has declined steadily each year—from a record 219 in 2007 down to just 94 in 2012. Over the period of this decline, numerous explanations have been offered by the SEC and other commentators, including the success of Sarbanes-Oxley in reducing restatements, shifting Enforcement Division priorities, the disbanding of the SEC’s “Financial Fraud Task Force,” and even the core metrics by which the SEC Enforcement Division’s performance is evaluated.
The SEC has recently signaled that a renewed focus on financial fraud is imminent, with new analytical tools and an increased mobilization of resources. How this initiative is put into practice by the new SEC leadership could have important consequences for registrants, management, auditors and counsel.
Please join us as we address these issues as well as your questions in a free, one-hour webcast that will analyze the past, present and future of financial fraud enforcement.
After an introduction to Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre, this webinar will offer a law enforcement centric view on current and upcoming cybercrime threats. The presenter will highlight some of the strategic, operational, technical and legal challenges but also identify some of the opportunities for Law Enforcement.
Specifically, the webinar will provide a perspective on the role that Law Enforcement plays in combatting cybercrime and offer some considerations on how to address and adapt to the Crime-as-a-Service model and other relevant developments. This will cover strategies on how to effectively and efficiently use Law Enforcement resources to prevent, protect and investigate cybercrime, including co-operation and co-ordination with other relevant stakeholders at national and international level.
Enterprise cloud customers know they need to further segment their applications and workloads in order to detect and thwart threats in real time before they can do any damage.
Given all of the obstacles, it’s not surprising that most micro-segmentation projects tend to suffer from glacial implementation cycles, exceed budgets, drain resources and ultimately fail to achieve their goals.
In this webinar GuardiCore experts will show you how the Centra Security Platform simplifies micro-segmentation by providing the fastest way to move from zero micro-segmentation to native policy enforcement in three easy steps:
-Reveal: Automatically discover and visualize every flow
-Build: Quickly develop rules in a single-click
-Enforce: Natively allow or block traffic using process-level context on multiple platforms
Online marketplaces in Asia are a fast-growing channel for counterfeit activity and brand abuse. What are the complexities of protecting your brand in these marketplaces and how can you drive a successful enforcement strategy?
Please join MarkMonitor® Brand Protection expert Trevor Robbins as he reveals key strategies for successful monitoring and enforcement in Chinese Marketplaces.
During this webinar you’ll learn:
-How to build a strong trademark portfolio that meets country-specific requirements
-Ways to leverage local partners to understand and build trust with Chinese marketplaces
-Tips for avoiding and resolving enforcement issues
This past year was an eventful one for the SEC Division of Enforcement. In this webcast analyzing key developments in SEC enforcement, our panel will discuss notable events from 2012 and emerging issues for 2013.
Among other items, the panel will address:
--the SEC’s continued focus on insider trading and financial crisis cases;
--developments involving the SEC whistleblower program, cooperation initiative and settlement process;
--appellate and district court litigation trends; and much more.
Please join panelists Andrew Vollmer and Doug Davison, securities partners at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, and Jason Flemmons, senior managing director, FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting, as they address these and other developments in SEC enforcement.