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Here’s what's been going on in the compliance world this week: 
Worrying about data privacy and cloud computing is so easy because the fear is so simple to express: “Our data is in the cloud! We don’t know where that is!” Then comes the hand-wringing about transferring data across international borders, European Union privacy rights, and cyber thieves; and everyone panics. 
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Congratulations! After spending lots of time and money, your due diligence program to onboard third parties is running and works like a charm. Now you need to build a monitoring program to match.
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Building a comprehensive structure for your compliance program is essential to effectively and efficiently mitigate risk. And while risks vary from one company to another based on industry, location, and partners – thereby disqualifying any one-size-fits-all compliance program – the underlying structure of a program can, to a reasonable extent, be broken down into a set of components.
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Risk management is challenging for corporations under the best of circumstances. It’s natural for exasperated executives to ask, “What’s the point, again? Why are we doing this?”

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We often talk about designing a compliance program that’s proportional to your company’s risks. The concept makes sense, but still strikes me as vague: what, exactly, does a “proportional” compliance program look like?