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Increase in whistleblowing reporting in the last three years, report shows

November 2, 2022 - NAVEX, integrated risk and compliance management software, announces the findings of its 2022 Regional Whistleblowing Hotline Benchmark Report.

The regional report contains European findings of its global survey which tracked and analysed organisational compliance trends. Based on more than 1.37m global incident management reports made to nearly 3,500 organisations in 2021, the regional report measures whistleblowing accounts from organisations headquartered across Europe. Read more.


More still to be done; whistleblowing in financial services

October 11, 2022 -Whistleblowing is a growing phenomenon in the financial services industry. However, a lack of timely action can discourage whistleblowers from coming forward, resulting in fewer reports to the FCA. To maintain this high level of reporting, the financial services industry should implement changes now, but how? Read More


5 Principles of Trustworthy ESG Data

August 5, 2022 - Without established goals, ongoing monitoring and disclosure for accountability, progress will never be made. Organizations can instill trust in their ESG data by ensuring it’s on ‘TRACK.’ Read More


COP26: Putting meaning into E, S and G

February 23, 2022 - Fathia Murphy, ESG Product Specialist, NAVEX Global, discusses the importance of understanding what E, S and G means so businesses can recognise their responsibility and be prepared to tackle issues, as well as how to put an effective ESG strategy in place. Read More

Help Net Security

How do I select a policy automation solution for my business?

November 16, 2021 - Organizations nowadays have to meet a growing number of regulatory, compliance and legal requirements. The more complex an organization is, the more time consuming these requirements become, especially for security teams. A policy automation solution can greatly simplify this process, allowing security teams to deal with more important issues. Read More

We Are The City

Make ESG more than a lip service metric

May 13, 2021 - Since the turn of the century, the world has seen a vast increase in the adoption and prioritization of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives, as well as ESG disclosures and reporting. However, there is a building pressure to adopt ESG initiatives as the spotlight continues to be shone on issues like climate change and social injustice in the wake of 2020. Read More


Evaluating Climate Risk as Business Risk

May 12, 2021 - It wasn’t that long ago that “climate risk” was an assessment of how climate or weather-related issues could impact business operations and supply chains. That’s certainly still a good and essential practice for risk managers. Today, however, there is a different climate discussion happening in the board room. This discussion focuses on how business operations impact climate. It’s a bilateral relationship, of course, between business and climate. In this discussion, climate isn’t just an operational risk — it’s reputational as well. In simple terms, changing stakeholder concerns about the environment are driving these discussions. Read More

Compliance Week

How compliance managed COVID’s effects on incident reports

April 22, 2021 - The coronavirus pandemic dramatically altered the type and volume of incident reports and investigations in 2020. Despite facing unprecedented challenges, compliance officers not only met the moment—they nailed it, NAVEX Global’s 2021 Incident Management Benchmark Report found. Read More

Green Biz

Matter of opinion: What the 2021 Earth Day polls reveal

April 6, 2021 - NAVEX Global survey fines that most corporate managers and executives say their companies are falling short when it comes to meeting their goals, objectives and commitments on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Read More

Compliance Week

CCOs, take note: ESG is having its moment

March 1, 2021 - The Biden administration is not so quietly making big moves in the area of ESG regulatory initiatives that should give CCOs the cachet to elevate these issues closer to the top of the priority list at their organizations. Read More


Risk and compliance: A 2021 comeback strategy

February 18, 2021 - The pandemic tested corporations in 2020 like never before, and the fallout of the pandemic has sparked a host of additionally destructive risks: cybersecurity, supply chain, health and safety, financial fraud, and regulatory compliance. Read More

Wall Street Journal

Private Companies to Boost ESG Spending

February 10, 2021 - Management of environmental, social and governance issues—once primarily the focus of public companies—is now a strong focus at private companies, a new survey indicates. Read More

Governance + Compliance

February, 2021 - Giles Newman, Managing Director, International at NAVEX Global speaks to Governance and Compliance about legal protection for whistleblowers and trust within organisations. Read More


Six Questions To Ask About Your Third-Party Risk Assessment

September 11, 2020 - In June 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) published an unexpected update to its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs guidance, just as its author announced his departure from the DOJ. It is the third version since 2016 and the second update in a year. Read More


3 Ways To Protect Your Employees From Cyberbullying And Digital Discrimination

May 12, 2020 - As companies shift to remote work, cyberbullying and digital discrimination are on the rise. The recent cyberbullying scandal at luggage startup Away, exposed CEO Steph Korey for mistreating her employees through their internal communication platform, Slack. Workplace bullying has only recently started to gain the attention it deserves but at the unfortunate cost of extreme cases. Read More

Compliance Week

Best Practices for Maintaining a Healthy Incident-Response Program

April 28, 2020 - As companies shift to remote work, cyberbullying and digital discrimination are on the rise. The recent cyberbullying scandal at luggage startup Away, exposed CEO Steph Korey for mistreating her employees through their internal communication platform, Slack. Workplace bullying has only recently started to gain the attention it deserves but at the unfortunate cost of extreme cases. [Read More](/en-us/company/press-room/media-coverage/best-practices-for maintaining-a-healthy-incident-response-program)

Compliance Week

Ethics and compliance lessons from Astros’ cheating scandal

March 12, 2020 - The Astros’ situation offers important lessons for leaders of all organizations about the risks associated with a win-at-all-costs or short-term outlook. It provides lessons for any organization trying to build and maintain a strong culture in any field—athletic or otherwise. Read More


Before It’s ‘Too Late’ – Looming Crises to Oversee

February 18, 2020 - Despite increased public scrutiny over corporate ethics and compliance lapses — and intensifying blowback when something does go wrong — some boards remain ineffective when overseeing these functions, according to directors and compliance professionals. Read More

Compliance Week

January 17, 2020 - The social, political, and environmental landscape is only growing more complex for companies today, with this year marking not only an election year, but at a time of increasing regulatory risk on a global scale, a dramatic uptick in the demand for social justice and a heightened focus on whistleblowers. And all of this has far-reaching implications on corporate ethics and compliance departments. Read More

Harvard Business Review

Throw Out Your Assumptions About Whistleblowing

January 14, 2020 -Whistleblowing stories are all over the news. Some observers have attributed this to a systemic change in society. There are more stories about whistleblowing, the argument goes, because there are more crimes to report. Read More

Compliance Week

Eight Prominent CCOs Tackle Five Questions

September 23, 2019 -As part of their “Inside the Mind of the CCO” special report, Compliance Week asked eight compliance leaders across a multitude of industries and organizations the same five questions regarding their experiences and thoughts on the profession. Read More