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ZyLAB, leading provider of eDiscovery and Information Risk Management solutions, publishes a new whitepaper on fraud prevention and detection
A one and a half day Supreme Court hearing is scheduled to begin on 24 March to decide whether LLP members should be protected by whistleblowing legislation.
Security expert Alex Balan of BullGuard nails his top 10 security predictions to the mast.
Conscience, fear and the possibility of financial reward have spurred whistleblowers to offer information to regulators, raising the number of tip-offs to new highs
Major kudos to Public Concern at Work (PCW), the highly regarded UK whistleblower charity, for its recent report on how best to advance whistleblowing.
Encouraging the wrongdoers to come forward, confess their antitrust transgressions, expose their co-conspirators, and receive absolution or some form of leniency in return.
The main UK law that protects whistleblowers is failing, according to an independent commission established by the charity that helped draft the statute 15 years ago.
The Whistleblowing Commission is calling for a simplification of the Public Interest Disclosure Act. The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) should force firms to adopt a code to protect whistleblowers, a retired senior judge has said.
NHS England’s interim deputy chief executive Dame Barbara Hakin has been cleared of acting in a “bullying” and unprofessional manner by the medical regulator.
So it seems the United Kingdom is finally moving in the direction of serious whistleblower reform. And it is looking to the U.S. experience for guidance.
Midlands Fraud Forum Ltd. Reg.No: 06436330 Copyright © March 2014