Nation’s First Financial Services Climate Guidance – It’s Not Too Late to Answer the Call for Comments

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Nation’s First Financial Services Climate Guidance – It’s Not Too Late to Answer the Call for Comments

by Gary Roboff | June 4, 2021 | Public Policy

The New York State Department of Financial Services became the first regulator in the United States to issue proposed climate related guidance (NYSDFS Proposed Climate Change Risk Management Guidance for New York Domestic Insurers), and feedback is welcome through June 23rd. Aimed at domestic insure ....

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Striving for Supply Chain Stability – Biden Orders Review

by Sabine Zimmer | February 24, 2021 | Business Continuity, Public Policy, Supply Chain

This week has been buzzing with news of federal legislation intended to bring stability to the supply chain, as President Biden calls for a review of U.S. supply chain weak spots. This announcement comes on the heels of instability brought on by an enduring pandemic and recent Texas Freeze - soberin ....

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TPRM Regulatory Input: Don’t Miss Your Chance

by Gary Roboff | December 4, 2020 | Public Policy, Research And Publications, Risk Professionals, Third Party Risk Management

This post covers current requests for TPRM Regulatory Input. Once in a blue moon a regulatory organization will proactively reach out to the broader community for help addressing important issues whose resolution could have a substantially – positive impact for regulated entities and beyond. On ....

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The Road Diverges – Regulatory Compliance in Risk Management

by Gary Roboff | December 3, 2020 | Public Policy

In recent years, the road taken by U.S. regulators has begun to diverge from the path chosen by rule-makers in Europe and other parts of the world. Aspects of this divergence may soon have an impact on regulatory compliance in risk management. In fact, whether this divide expands or narrows in 20 ....

TPRM Implications Privacy Shield Changes

by Sabine Zimmer | August 5, 2020 | Data & Cybersecurity, Data Protection, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Public Policy

This post reviews TPRM implications of Privacy Shield changes. Privacy, Surveillance, and Data Transfers to the United States are hitting the headlines in privacy and security circles. The C-Suite may be hearing about “Schrems II” and wonder what the hoopla is all about. Let's start at the be ....

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Regulatory Consistency in Cloud Due Diligence Guidance

by Sabine Zimmer | May 7, 2020 | Data & Cybersecurity, Public Policy, Third Party Risk Management

This blogpost covers Regulatory Consistency in Cloud Due Diligence Guidance - particularly important right now because as changes to third party risk management accelerate in a COVID 19 environment, organizations already considering increased use of the cloud will most likely be further motivated b ....

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