April 6 2022
16:00 – 17:00 BST
11.00 – 12.00 EDT
08.00 – 09.00 PDT
The nature of corporate communication is shifting, and that rate of change is accelerating—new channels and data types are continuously springing and it’s becoming increasingly easy for it all to be recorded and archived… somewhere. But how do you target and capture only the relevant information and quickly make sense of it when you do? The complexity and volume are now simply beyond human ability to keep up with.
In this session, experts will talk through the cutting-edge techniques and tools that are being applied to sift through rising data volumes from a host of different communication platforms and show you how in-house teams are easily applying powerful AI to zero in on and simply review the data most relevant to your matter.
Corporate investigation experts from Capital One and Lam Research will join to discuss the rising challenges they are seeing and how they are adapting their investigations practices.
Amelia Chen, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing – Corporate Solutions at Relativity
Amelia is the Senior Manager, Product Marketing – Corporate Solutions at Relativity where she oversees the product marketing function for the corporate segment. With a background in finance, sales, strategic partnerships and marketing, Amelia is passionate about understanding the market and finding the most effective and resonant ways to meet customer needs. Always seeking to learn more, Amelia holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Northwestern University.
Ben DeWitt, Senior Manager, Cyber Insider Threat & Technical Investigations eDiscovery at Capital One
Ben DeWitt is the eDiscovery Lead for Capital One’s Cyber Insider Threat and Investigations Program. With 15 years of eDiscovery experience, Ben and his team have a primary focus on the collection, processing, and analysis of evidence and the administration of technology solutions. He collaborates with investigative and legal partners to develop strategy for technology and workflows in support of internal investigations, government investigations, and corporate litigation matters. Ben is a certified Relativity Expert and Brainspace Analyst.
Nolan Robinson, Program Manager, Legal Operations at Lam Research
Kristin Sunderman, Litigation Support Director, Freddie Mac
Kristin Sunderman is the Litigation Support Director at Freddie Mac. Prior to joining Freddie Mac, Ms. Sunderman spent the last 20+ years in the industry working not only for law firms and corporations but also as an eDiscovery vendor. It is in the vendor world that Ms. Sunderman spent the bulk of her career. She started off in project management but quickly worked up to managing all of Operations. It is there that she focused on creating efficiencies, implementing automation and providing a development path for new eDiscovery specialists. Ms. Sunderman continues to focus on process improvements and development in her new role and prides herself on being heavily involved in mentorship and inclusion programs.
Simon’s extensive international experience in corporate investigations includes significant Employee Misconduct, Fraud, Bribery, Corruption, Antitrust & Competition, AML, Sanctions, Market Abuse and commensurate preventative / remedial measures. His 30 years of expertise in major investigation management, covert and overt intelligence gathering, relationship and stakeholder management, Ethics / Compliance / Integrity related investigations and reviews demonstrate his proven ability to facilitate consensus through negotiation and collaborate with senior management across all geographies. Simon is a visiting lecturer to a number of UK Universities and has articles published in leading UK, EU and US journals, newspapers and other international media, including Global Investigations Review, The Times (UK), The Guardian (UK), Le Monde (France), Washington Post (US) and the Law Society (UK). Having appeared on the BBC and CNN, he has provided editorial content and testimonies for those writing about the world of Fraud, Bribery and Corruption, and is in demand for his knowledge, experience and unique approach. Simon chairs significant industry recognised conferences on the subjects of Fraud, Bribery, Corruption, Ethics, Risk Management, Internal Control, IPR, Identity Theft, eCrime and Corporate Security.
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