Joe Murphy, Esq., CCEP, CCEP-I
Senior Advisor, Compliance Strategists
jemurphy5730 @ gmail.com
Roy Snell, CHC, CCEP-F
CEO, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Gerard Zack, CFE, CPA, CIA, CCEP, CRMA
Incoming CEO, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Charles Elson, Chair in Corporate
Governance, University of Delaware
Odell Guyton, Esq., CCEP, CCEP-I
VP Global Compliance, Jabil Circuit, Inc.
Rebecca Walker, JD, Partner
Kaplan & Walker LLP
Rick Kulevich, Senior Director Ethics & Compliance CDW
Greg Triguba, JD, CCEP, CCEP-I
Principal, Compliance Integrity Solutions
Zsuzsa Eifert, CCEP-I
Group Compliance Officer, T-Mobile
Constantine Karbaliotis, JD, CCEP-I
Andrijana Bergant, CCEP-I
Compliance Office Manager, Triglav
Mónica Ramírez Chimal, MBA
Managing Director, Asserto
Garrett Williams, CPCU
Assistant Vice President, State Farm
Vera Rossana Martini Wanner, CCEP-I
Robert Vischer, Dean and Professor of Law
University of St. Thomas
Peter Crane Anderson, CCEP
Attorney at Law, Beveridge & Diamond PC
Peter Jaffe, Chief Ethics and
Compliance Officer, AES
Michael Miller, CCEP, Executive Director
of Ethics & Compliance, Aerojet Rocketdyne
John DeLong, JD, CCEP
Berkman Klein Center
VOLUME 15, ISSUE 2
Product development, professional services, client
services, and sales should have a complete and holistic
understanding of compliance.
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46 [CEU] An enforcer’s view of compliance
by Leigh Faugust
Finding a problem, assessing the risk and cause of that problem, and addressing
and preventing recurrence of that problem are key factors in establishing an
effective compliance program.
50 Minimizing risk associated with the Internet of Things
by Mark Lanterman
The Internet of Things refers to the interconnected network of smart devices. It brings
convenience at the price of risk, so education and training are vital.
52 What is your company’s ethical brand?
by Joe Kale
Companies are increasingly being judged on their ethical brands. By weaving
compliance and ethics into the fabric of leadership, an ethical brand reputation can
be a potent asset in creating a competitive edge.
55 [CEU] Criminal liability of an executive under Turkish law
by Filiz Toprak Esin and Ömer Bayman
A company executive in Turkey can face many different types of criminal liability.
This article provides a general overview of the risks executives can encounter if they
ignore compliance best practices.
60 The evolving role of CIOs and how the board can
by Betsy Atkins
The CIO fills a crucial need, but it may not be the best suited for meeting the demands
of the digital business age. So which role is? And how can the board oversee a
company’s digital transformation?
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