Q&A With Vaporstream CEO Galina Datskovsky on critical risks and compliance.
MG: Who helped shape your views?
MG: How do you stay current on ethics and compliance issues?
MG: What are some of the significant issues facing CCOs, Risk Managers, etc.?
MG: What do you believe is the optimal reporting structure for the CCO and why?
MG: How do you effect change within your client’s environment?
MG: How do you see the CCO role evolving within the next three years?
MG: What do you see as the greatest business risks facing companies today?
MG: What do you see as the greatest regulatory risks facing companies today?
MG: How might Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Audit Officers and Chief Risk Officers prepare to face these risks?
MG: How does your company help its clients mitigate risk?
MG: What new service offerings do you have in the queue?
MG: Compliance departments are often asked to accomplish their work with limited resources… do you see this situation changing any time soon?
Dr. Galina Datskovsky is CEO of Vaporstream®. She has also served on the board of multiple startups, assisting with strategy, and was formerly Senior Vice President of Information Governance at Autonomy, an HP Company. She served as Chair, President, President Elect and Director of ARMA International (2007-2013) and as a Fellow in 2014. Galina also served as Senior Vice President of Architecture at CA Technologies, where she was responsible for corporate-wide architecture and design initiatives; General Manager of the Information Governance Business Unit; and a Distinguished Engineer. Galina joined CA in 2006 with the acquisition of MDY Group International, where she served as Founder and CEO. Prior to founding MDY, Galina consulted for IBM and Bell Labs and taught at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University.
(Article originally published on Corporate Compliance Insites by Maurice Gilbert, December 08, 2016)