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  Editor's Bookshelf
Firm Commitment: Why the Corporation is Failing Us and How to Restore Trust in It

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Trust and confidence in our economic and financial institutions has collapsed. The last few years alone have witnessed accounting, banking and corporate tax scandals; environmental disasters; financial crises, fraud and money laundering at unprecedented levels.

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Cindy Fornelli
Executive Director
Center for Audit Quality


The Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) applauds the winners of the Internal Audit Case Study Competition, held at the Los Angeles Athletic Club on October 23, 2014.

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  News
 > Rapid Data Extraction in the Field
 > Enhanced Finance Controls
 > You Can Own the Infrastructure of a Country
 > SIEM Solutions Don’t Reduce Security Incidents
 > PCI Guidance On Security Awareness Programs on the Mark
 > Stem the Onslaught of System Wide Attacks
 > Exploring Strong Investor Confidence in U.S. Stock Exchanges
 > Digital Forensics Takes The Next Step
 > Intellinx Launches Healthcare Solution
 > Now Is the Time for Secure DNS
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  Features
 > Are You Still Auditing in Excel?
 > The Unpaid Summer Intern that Could Cost You Millions
 > Rights Structure as a Living Entity
 > Whistleblower to Receive Over $17 Million
 > Worn on the Sleeve
 > How CIOs Can Drive Innovation
 > Elon Musk Makes Right Decision Over Tesla Patents
 > Five Steps to Fighting Fraud with Professional Skepticism
 > How to Leverage Brand Intelligence for Fraud Management
 > SEC Conflict Minerals Rule Conjures Up Controversy
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Confusion Continues over Conflict Minerals Reporting Obligations
Barbara A. Jones
Shareholder, Corporate and Securities Practice Group
Greenberg Traurig

Since the controversial Rule 13p-1, or “Conflict Minerals Rule,” was adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in August 2012 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (Exchange Act), as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, there has been ongoing confusion surrounding compliance.

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  People in the News
Eric Berman Joins Venable in Washington
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Eric Berman
Counsel
Venable
Mr. Berman has handled all areas of antitrust issues, including representing companies before the FTC and the DOJ’s Antitrust Division in merger reviews and counseling companies and associations on antitrust compliance issues.

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  Roundtable

The need to track the actions of users inside a company has greatly increased the amount of data that entities must collect to ensure a complete view of all activity.

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Jim Pflaging
President and CEO
SenSage
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  Solutions
How Does eDiscovery Affect How We Save Our Information?

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The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) begins with a node titled Information Management, which recognizes the relationship between the normal information handling practices of an organization, and the impact those practices have on the electronic discovery process.

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  Success Story
HyTrust Fills Gaps in Virtualization

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When Hudson Group found that their virtualization platform could not fulfill key PCI requirements, it chose HyTrust to provide the controls and audit trail needed to demonstrate compliance.

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