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The Basics of Datetime Fields

With the release of ACL Analytics 10.5, time components were added to datetime fields, meaning that entire time stamps can now be analyzed! In this newsletter, we will take a look at how to deconstruct the datetime stamp and how to analyze these components to track for trends overtime or things at a macro level.

By | August 16th, 2017|ACDA Bootcamp Series, Blog, Bootcamp Series|0 Comments

ACL Strengthens Asia-Pacific Leadership Team with Former Thomson Reuters and Mazars Executives

ACL, the software provider helping governments and the world’s largest companies quantify risk, stamp out fraud and optimize performance, today announced the strengthening of its Asia-Pacific management team with the addition of two experienced leaders. Stephen Thurley has been named managing director of the Asia-Pacific region and Anthony Fernandez has joined as director of data-driven GRC consulting. These additions to the team will augment ACL’s continued efforts to infuse strong execution and productivity into Asia-Pacific operations, to better serve a major growth market for GRC.

By | August 10th, 2017|News Releases|0 Comments

Webinar: How To Import Excel Source Data Into ACL Analytics

In this Bootcamp webinar, we will be walking you through how to define and import your data into ACL manually and by scripting, using an Excel file as an example.

By | July 24th, 2017|ACDA Bootcamp Series, Bootcamp Series|0 Comments

Automating & streamlining your review process in Projects

In this month’s newsletter, we focus on how to automate and streamline your review process using two handy features, Sign-off and To-Do.

By | July 12th, 2017|ACP Bootcamp Series, Blog, Bootcamp Series|0 Comments

Best-Selling Author of “Liespotting” and Top 20 TED Talks presenter Pamela Meyer to Headline Annual ACL Customer Conference

ACL to reveal next generation product release, announce new professional certification program and honor customer award winners at annual customer conference ACL Connections.

By | July 11th, 2017|News Releases|0 Comments

ACL Vancouver’s Remarkable Redesign

ACL CEO Laurie Schultz had a desire to reinvent the company - to transform it into what they call a “re-startup”: Embracing the energy and fresh ideas of a traditional startup but without the anxiety that comes with it. (Techvibes, July 6, 2017)

By | July 6th, 2017|Media Coverage|Comments Off on ACL Vancouver’s Remarkable Redesign

ANALYSIS: WannaCry attack shows trend toward ‘economic’ cyber threats, rising regulatory risk

The cyber attack last month known as the WannaCry ransomware incident did little damage to U.S. financial firms but it sent a warning shot for the securities industry and its regulators. (Reuters, June 22, 2017)

By | June 22nd, 2017|Media Coverage|Comments Off on ANALYSIS: WannaCry attack shows trend toward ‘economic’ cyber threats, rising regulatory risk

Webinar: ACP Bootcamp June 2017: Creating Your Own ACL GRC Playground

In this month’s ACP Bootcamp webinar, we will be showing you how to create your own playground organization in ACL GRC. Using the playground environment and sample data, you are free to explore and discover all of the features ACL GRC has to offer—without worrying about messing up your organization’s real data.

By | June 22nd, 2017|ACP Bootcamp Series, Bootcamp Series|0 Comments

Canadian and U.S. government agencies underperform on fraud detection and reporting, study finds

Government agencies in Canada and the United States performed significantly worse than the business sector on fraud detection and mitigation, according to a new survey from risk management software provider ACL. (Canadian Underwriter, June 14, 2017)

By | June 14th, 2017|Media Coverage|Comments Off on Canadian and U.S. government agencies underperform on fraud detection and reporting, study finds

ACL Survey Finds Government Agencies Underperform on Fraud Detection & Reporting

Government agencies performed significantly worse than the business sector on fraud detection and mitigation, according to a new survey. Less than one third of government respondents said the majority of fraud is detected and less than half said fraud that is detected ever gets reported, compared to 42 percent and 60 percent of respondents from the commercial sector, respectively.

By | June 14th, 2017|News Releases|0 Comments