How the Department of Commerce Can Help Companies Address Cybersecurity and Corruption Concerns

The U.S Department of Commerce, the agency tasked with promoting the interests of U.S. businesses both domestically and abroad, may not be the first agency that comes to mind when thinking about cybersecurity, but it can assist companies with their cybersecurity programs as well as in other compliance areas, such as anti-corruption.  During the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ 2015 Compliance and Ethics Institute, Justin Antonipillai, Acting General Counsel at the Commerce Department, spoke about the Department’s role in cybersecurity and FCPA enforcement and highlighted how the Department can help companies with various compliance concerns.  We summarize the key takeaways from his presentation.

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