The _____ is a private piece of a company's network made available to customers or vendor partners using secured access with a unique password
The _____ is a company's internal website, containing information for employee access only
As a _____, companies now have the technical ability to send your personal data to any part of the world in order to take advantage of lower labor costs
The first wave of technological advance came with the establishment of call centers predominantly in the country of ____
The first technological advance came with the establishment of ______
If jobs are plentiful and the employee would have no difficulty finding another position, then the consent given to the monitoring party is _____
_________ implies employer liability for internet communication behavior is the same as the liability for communication written out on company letterhead
"Thou shall not use a computer to ______" is a commandment of computer ethics.
The ______ argument and the recent availability of capable technology may be driving this move towards an Orwellian work environment
Paid for Performance
As an employee in an organization, your productivity during your time at work represents the performance portion of the ___________ contract you entered into with the company when you hired.
According to employees, employers should not intrude upon their ________
_______ is the ability to work outside of your office and log into your company network
The new capability of _____ has blurred the concept of "at work"
In this new environment, the concept of being at work has become far more _______
_______ pointed out that the state of the job market will inevitably create a distinction between two types of consent: thick and thin.
If an employee receives formal notification that the company will be monitoring all email and web activity and it has made clear in that notification that continued employment with the company will be dependent on the employee's agreement to abide by that monitoring, then the employee has given __________
A _______ is an employee who discovers corporate misconduct and chooses to bring it to the attention of others
An ________ whistleblower is an employee who discovers corporate misconduct and brings it to the attention of his supervisor, who then follows established procedures to address the misconduct within the organization.
_____ whistle-blowing rarely gains media attention
An ______ whistleblower is an employee discovering corporate misconduct and chooses to bring it to the attention of law enforcement agencies or the media
When an employee discovers evidence of malpractice or misconduct in an organization, he or she faces an _______
The potential for financial gain in some areas of corporate whistle-blowing can be _______
A ____ is a lawsuit brought on behalf of the federal government by a whistleblower
The ______ requires public companies not only to adopt a code of business of business ethics but also to set up an internal apparatus to receive, review, and solicit employee reports concerning fraud and/or ethical violations
A Qui Tam lawsuit is one brought on behalf of the federal government by _____
In the year ______ public awareness of whistleblowers reached a peak
_________ was the CEO of Enron when Sherron Watkins blew the whistle
Employees are becoming ____ willing to respond to any questionable behavior they observe in the workplace
Whistle Blower Protection Act (1989)
The ____________ finally addressed the issue of retaliation against federal employees who bring accusations of unethical behavior
Under the ______ Act, congress took an integrated approach to the matter of whistle-blowing by prohibiting retaliation against whistleblowers and encouraging the act of whistle-blowing
Prior to the year ______, legal protection for whistleblowrs existed only in the form of legislation that encouraged behaviors by employees who felt compelled to speak out, without offering any safeguards against retaliation at them.
Whistle Blower Hotline
A ________ is a telephone line where employees can leave messages to alert a company of suspected misconduct without revealing their identity
Foreign Corrupt Practices
The introduction of the _____ Act placed more effective controls over bribing practices and less obvious forms of payment to foreign officials and politicians by American publicly traded companies pursuing international growth
Prior to the passing of the Foreign Corrupt policy Act, illegal behavior was punishable only through the ____ sources of legislation
Price and Quality
By Passing the FCPA, Congress sent a message that US companies should compete solely on the basis of ____________ in overseas markets
Under ______, the FCPA requires corporations to fully disclose any and all transactions conducted with foreign officials and politicians, in line with the SEC provisions
Under ______, the FCPA incorporates the wording of the Bank Secrecy Act and the Mail Fraud Act to prohibit the movement of funds overseas for the express purpose of conducting a fraudulent scheme
Payments that are acceptable (legal) provided they expedite or secure the performance of a routine governmental action refer to _______ payments
Routine Governmental Action
__________ are any regular administrative processes or procedures, excluding any action taken by a foreign official in the decision to award new or continuing business.
_____ are payments of money or anything else of value to influence or induce any foreign official to act in a manner that would be in violation of his or her lawful duty
Facilitating payments to foreign officials in order to expedite or secure the performance of a routine action is known as a _______
The FSGO established a definition of an organization that was so ______ as to prompt the assessment that "no enterprise is exempt"
The ___ requires organizations to police themselves to prevent and detect the criminal activity of their employees
The ______ of an organization is the calculation of a degree of blame or guilt
The ________ is a fine that is set high enough to match all the organization's assets and basically put it out of business
Sorbanes Oxley Act
_______ was hailed as one of the most important pieces of legislation governing the behavior of accounting and financial markets since the SEC legislation of the 1930s
The ______ is a legislative response to the corporate accounting scandals and contains almost 70 subsections covering every aspect of the financial management of businesses
Title ____ of the SOX Act requires senior auditors to rotate off an account every five years and junior auditors every seven years
Title ____ of the SOX Act addresses issues related to corporate responsibility
Title ___ of SOX requires CEOs and CFOs to certify quarterly and annual reports to the SEC, including making representations about the effectiveness of their control systems
Title ___ of the SOX Act addresses issues related to commission resources and authority
Title ___ of the SOX Act addresses issues relate to corporate fraud and accountability
The _______ promoted as the "fix" for the extreme mismanagement of risk in the financial sector that lead to a global financial crisis
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The ______ is a government agency within the Federal Reserve that oversees financial products and services
The ______ proposed that there should be a key restriction in the legislation to limit the ability of banks to trade on their own accounts, termed propriety trading
Financial Stability Oversight Council
The _________ was established to prevent corporations from failing and threatening the stability of the banking and housing industries