Webinar: a critical consideration for formal litigation, dispute resolution and corporate governance
Recent well-publicised enforcement actions by regulators, such as the LIBOR fixing issue, highlight the essential value of institutions and corporations being able to achieve both information governance, as well as swift forensic investigation to safeguard the brand, reputation and financial standing of the entity. The subject impacts not only how one ensures that external regulations and laws are complied with, but also how the internal policies of the organisation are respected by employees.
The central issue lies in the fundamental capability to connect, record and study the huge data volumes flowing through the organisation. The problem is complicated by the fact that the data to be captured and analysed is now in multiple formats: from conventional alpha-numeric material such as emails and Excel sheets to voice traffic and even visual evidence where available. With some 90 per cent of such information being ‘unstructured’, conventional means of collation and research are proving inadequate, thus increasing the possibility of breaches occurring.
This webinar will enable you to appreciate the increasing challenges posed by regulators, themselves becoming better equipped for forensic investigation, but will also make you aware of the solutions available to complement one’s existing policy, procedures and technology. This forum will explore the following questions, among related issues:
- How do companies control their information to enable information governance to be achieved?
- How can policies be truly enforced across the organisation to provide early warning of potential breach and related litigation or regulatory action?
- What innovative tools are now available to promptly de-duplicate, cluster, analyse and provide defensibility from mass data that could be in multiple jurisdictions?
- What pre-emptive action can be taken by compliance officers to safeguard the institution for the future?
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