Month: September 2013
Without the challenge of controlling human behavior, compliance wouldn’t exist; and it’s the greatest difficulty we face daily. How do we make certain that our people not only have access to the right information but also make the right decisions based on that information?
When you combine the words “human” and “firewall” together, many images come to mind. Are we talking firefighters battling wildfires in our great state of Oregon? Is it some kind of new “stop, drop and roll” program that we are teaching our kids in grade school?
During our most recent Series of NE Seminars for our auto dealer clients this week, one of our panelists (a lawyer) spoke on the #1 way that dealers can protect themselves from lawsuits. Another panelist (also a lawyer) spoke on the best way that dealers can protect themselves from employment law action. What was interesting […]
You will likely get tired of me talking about hackers and data breach events, but I am of the mindset that data security is a “PICNIC.” If you don’t know this acronym it stands for – Problem In Chair Not In Computer. This summer the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) proved successful in hacking Twitter, The […]
The more things change the more they stay the same. I’m sure we are all familiar with the age-old adage, but it still rings true with so much accuracy there’s really no need to develop a newer truism to express the idea. With that being said, we welcome the 2012 changes to your Hazard Communications program, […]
State law. Federal rules. International standards. Vendor, supplier and agent activities. Pressure from NGO’s. Employee based risks. As a compliance professionals in today’s business environment, we face challenges that are truly unique when compared to any other time in history.