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11 November 2010
SPV America to provide Security Weaver workshops
Register for workshops in Munich Germany and San Francisco CA.

10 November 2010
SPV America CEO Presented at Systems 2009
Vanessa Balogh presented on the following topics:

GRC a holistic approach with today's tools and technologies

Moving beyond Information Security to Process Oriented Risk Management

7 November 2010
SOX Institute releases First Book in Sarbanes-Oxley Body of Knowledge (Sox BokTM) Series
SOX Institute today announced the publication of the first book in its Sarbanes-Oxley Body of Knowledge (SOXBoK) series, “The Sarbanes-Oxley Act: An Introduction”. SOX Institute recognizes 23 professionals including SPV America in the creation of the SOX BoK. More info.

Supply Chain Risks

GRC has expanded its scope beyond financial reporting as originally developed in Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. It has evolved to take on a greater role in the business, including the supply chain. Our risk-based approach to the Supply Chain highlights for management attention, the critical actions needed to remediate critical risks which impact the supply chain. A primary compliance concern for executives is ensuring the supply chain has effective policies and procedures in place for local tax and trade laws. Failure to manage multi-national trade laws and compliance requirements can expose your organization to fines, trade retractions and loss of revenues.

Meet global trade compliance requirements…. minimize supply disruptions

SPV’’s Supply Chain Risk Analysis can help identify potential risks and propose system controls integrated into your business process that will remediate these risks.

Potential Risks in the Supply Chain

  • Global Supply Chain interruption due to component volatility
  • Natural Disasters or geo-political events
  • Accurate Inventory Valuations/SOX Compliance
  • Outsourced partner compliance
  • Brand Image/ Intellectual property protection.
  • Strategic and execution risks, such as hitting a launch window for a short lifecycle product.

Global Trade Services

  • Meet regulatory requirements and manage the complexities of global trade – Use standardized, enterprise-wide trade compliance processes in supply chain, human resource, and financial processes for proactive trade management.
  • Expedite the importing and exporting of goods through customs – Leverage improved transparency throughout the supply chain to share cross-border trade information with partners, such as freight forwarders, brokers, insurance agencies, banks, and regulatory entities.
  • Mitigate financial risk and maximize profit with best utilization of international trade agreements – Avoid supply chain bottlenecks, production downtime, and errors that can result in costly penalties with comprehensive letter of credit management, preferential product treatment using trade agreements, and comprehensive analytics based on daily business data.
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  Audit & assurance services

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  Indepenent controls and systems process assurance

  Sarbanes-Oxley compliance

  Regulatory compliance & reporting
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