The worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 has altered the business and social landscape across the globe. But what does it mean for the compliance professional? This podcast series will explore all things coronavirus related and bring the most up-to-date information to you on how to continue the doing of compliance throughout this international health crisis.
Dan Goodwin on Thinking Like an Investigator During Covid-19
Welcome to the awarding-winning Compliance Podcast Network show, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by Dan Goodwin, founder of CYA Consulting, perhaps the best name for a consulting firm ever. Dan is a former in-house fraud investigator who now teaches how to “think like an investigator”. We discuss his ideas applicability to compliance and during the era of Covid-19.
Professional background of Dan Goodwin
Why do you advocate to ‘think like an investigator’?
This advice is not simply for investigations but as a way to think through issues.
You have said that Covid-19 has sped up changes by 3-5 years. Why?
What are some of the top questions you are getting from your clients at this point in the Coronavirus era?
Where do you see us in 12 to 18 months out?
Dan Goodwin on LinkedIn
Kevin Foster on the Importance of Values Based Ethics During COVID-19
Welcome to the one of the newest additions to the Compliance Podcast Network, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by Kevin Foster, founder of Business Ethics Advisors. Foster discusses how he lost his ethical way and eventually went to prison over some real estate transactions. In prison he vowed to help educate the white-collar professional on how to avoid stepping over the ethical line by teaching values based ethics and how to know when to walk away.
What led to your ethical crisis and eventually prison?
What led you to found BEA?
What is the Ethics Toolkit of BEA?
Why is ethical leadership even more important in the Covid-19 world?
Why do you say that for a white-collar professional, what you don’t know can hurt you?
Business Ethics Advisors
Kevin Foster on LinkedIn
James Green with an Update on Risk Management 9 months into COVID-19
Welcome to the one of the newest additions to the Compliance Podcast Network, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by James Green, Director of Risk Advisory Services at SAI Global. James returns to discuss risk management nine months into the Coronavirus health crisis, new risks that have emerged and how companies need to think about business continuity going into 2021 and beyond.
SAI Global Risk Management Services
James Green on LinkedIn
Tori Reichman on in the increase of cyber-bullying during COVID
Welcome to the one of the newest additions to the Compliance Podcast Network, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by Tori Reichman, the Vice President-Commercial at Vault Platforms. We discuss the importance of a creating trust around a speak up culture during COVID and the rise of cyber-bullying and what companies can do to stop this activity.
Vault Platform on LinkedIn | Twitter
Tori Reichman on LinkedIn
Create a healthy cyberculture: Stop bullying at work
Compliance and Coronavirus- Deann Conroy on communication within a healthcare system during COVID
Welcome to the newest addition to the Compliance Podcast Network, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by Deann Conroy, the Compliance Solutions Manager for Affiliated Monitors. She is an attorney with 12 years of experience in healthcare law who has worked as an attorney in government compliance in charge of regulating both healthcare professionals as well as healthcare systems and companies. We discuss the importance of communication within a healthcare office or healthcare company or system during COVID.
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Mike Lindsey on Cyber Risks from the Legal Perspective in the Era of Covid-19
Welcome to the newest addition to the Compliance Podcast Network, Compliance and Coronavirus. In this episode, I am joined by Mike Lindsey, a partner in the Los Angeles law firm of Steinbrecher and Span. Lindsey specializes in cyber risk issues and he join me to discuss those issues during the second half of this first year of Covid-19.
Some of the highlights include:
What is the nature of Lindsey’s practice?
Has the Coronavirus crisis increased cyber risks?
What are some of the top pieces of advice you are giving clients at this point in the crisis?
Has it changed since March?
Where do you see us, 12 to 18 months out in terms of cyber risks?
Are Board of Directors moving quickly enough to oversee cyber risks?
LinkedIn page for Mike Lindsey
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