Matt Kelly

Editor and CEO, Radical Compliance

Matt Kelly is an independent compliance consultant who studies corporate compliance, governance, and risk management issues. He maintains a blog, RadicalCompliance.com, where he shares his thoughts on business issues and speaks on compliance, governance, and risk topics frequently. Kelly was named as "Rising Star of Corporate Governance" by the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance in the inaugural class of 2008 and named to Ethisphere’s "Most Influential in Business Ethics" list in 2011 (no. 91) and 2013 (no. 77). Kelly previously was editor of Compliance Week, a newsletter on corporate compliance, from 2006 through 2015. He lives in Boston, Mass., and can be reached at mkelly@RadicalCompliance.com or on Twitter at @compliancememe.

Content by Matt Kelly:

TEC 2017: New accounting standards and ‘shadow process’ risk

Editor’s Note: The sixth annual Wdesk user conference is underway in Las Vegas. This week we have a special guest contributor taking over the blog and giving us live updates from the conference. Please welcome Matt Kelly, Editor and CEO of Radical Compliance.

In the cybersecurity world, executives worry constantly about “shadow IT”—the risk that employees will implement their own IT systems via the cloud without telling anyone, therefore exposing the company to unknown security risks.

TEC 2017: The importance of reliable data

Editor’s Note: The sixth annual Wdesk user conference is underway in Las Vegas. This week we have a special guest contributor taking over the blog and giving us live updates from the conference. Please welcome Matt Kelly, Editor and CEO of Radical Compliance.

TEC 2017 opened on Tuesday with a group of CFOs fretting about data—and, when you think about it, who can blame them?

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