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4 reasons why your organization isn’t seeing internal hotline reports

When it comes to effective internal whistleblower hotlines, silence is never a sign of success. It is usually a sign that the compliance program, and its internal reporting systems, are not resonating with employees and is therefore, not effective. In these cases, we have to ask ourselves why?

 

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We need to preserve and protect whistleblowing in this time of challenge

Now more than ever, compliance officers, executive teams and boards of directors must think more about how to support an internal reporter, even at the “mechanical” level of protecting their identity.

 

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Whistleblower, hacker, or both? How the Rui Pinto Case can be applied to corporate compliance officers

Rui Pinto was arrested in January by authorities in Budapest on suspicions of illegally hacking emails about European soccer clubs and providing them to the Football Leaks website.

 

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Don’t outsmart yourself: AI and compliance

I’m a big fan of artificial intelligence. The older I get, the more I appreciate that real intelligence needs all the help it can get. Corporate ethics and compliance officers, however, need to pause before betting big on AI as a solution to all our needs.

 

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