We've selected some top stories below related to third party risk management that we found interesting from this past week. There’s more on cybersecurity, fines, data breaches and more.
Industry News for the Week of October 8
JP Morgan pays major OFAC fine – reminder that OFAC checks are always a good idea: Read here
Staggering stats on volume of data breaches: Read here
Why don’t you guys just share more? Shhhh, it’s a bank secret: Read here
Normally I stay out of political speculation, but this article is intriguing: Read here
Law firms can get their own enforcement actions levied: Read here
Upcoming webinar of interest for our credit union friends: Read here
Forget NYDFS, let’s get a national movement: Read here
Best practices in compliance: Read here
Google hid massive data breach: WSJ
A glitch in Google+ let outside developers see the private profile data of “hundreds of thousands of users” from 2015 to March 2018, according to documents and people briefed on the matter, The Wall Street Journal reported. Those sources also indicate that after the search giant came up with a patch, it refrained from disclosing the breach for fear of comparison with Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal, the newspaper said. Google, which is junking the app, said Monday that no evidence of data “misuse” drove its decision not to disclose the breach
A Message From the Editor OF CORPORATE COUNSEL DAILY UPDATE:
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.’s nearly $5.3 million civil settlement quashing allegations that the bank handled dozens of payments benefiting Iranian and Cuban targets of U.S. sanctions in the airline industry suggests the U.S. Treasury Department won’t be lenient with banks that make sanctions-related missteps.
– Heather D. Nevitt, Esq., Editor-in-Chief, Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and Texas Lawyer
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