Cecelia Jefferson discusses the unintended compliance risks of implementing technology in many different business contexts. It is critical when seeking to close compliance gaps with technology that compliance professionals dig deeper to the problems that the technology may create in real life, for example:
Everybody has the intention to be committed to compliance, but when resources need to be devoted to compliance, the company’s true commitment comes into focus.
Cecelia Jefferson is a strategic, multi-talented compliance executive with extensive and diversified legal, compliance, and governance. She has almost two decades of experience in compliance, government and as an attorney in the state of Florida. Cecelia is the former Director of Alcohol, Tabacco, and Firearms Compliance at Walmart, Assistant General Counsel for the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, and has held several other roles in state regulation, enforcement, and consumer protection.
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