Waltham, Mass. – Worries about bribery topped the list of crucial concerns addressed by corporate America, according to a 2007 study conducted by Integrity Interactive Corp., a firm that helps global corporations manage and reduce risk of compliance failures.

Bribery replaces financial integrity, which ranked No. 1 in last year’s study. The firm analyzed the actual compliance-training records of more than 2.8 million employees across a variety of vertical markets who completed online ethics and compliance courses chosen from a list of more than 150 topics. Insurers represented nine of 400 companies studied—roughly 153,000 employees—and from those polled, privacy ranked the No. 1 concern, followed by information security and records management. Anti-bribery ranked 11th in overall concerns among insurers, a company spokesperson told INN. The official ranking by insurers is as follows:

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