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Replay: How Data Analytics Can Transform Today’s Complex Investigations

Exiger Live Stream – Replay:How Data Analytics Can Transform Today’s Complex InvestigationsThis panel was streamed live from New York City on June 26, 2017.   Contact Us Guest Speakers: Wayne Matus (Managing Director, UBS AG), Alex Southwell (Partner, Gibson Dunn)Exiger Speakers: Brandon Daniels, Rich Plansky, Dan Adamson (moderator)Complex corporate investigations have traditionally been exercises in inefficiency – costly, resource-intensive distractions that ultimately cause financial damage to an organization on multiple levels. With the rapid advancement of data analytics, it no longer has to be this way. Today, organizations can harness the power of the latest technology to reimagine how they conduct their most complex investigations.Industry leading analytics and investigations panelists discuss how technology can play a key role in making investigations better, faster and more cost-effective: how inefficiencies inherent in traditional investigations can be streamlined with the latest technology;how cognitive computing, visualization, and intelligent review solutions can efficiently make sense of massively diverse and complex data sources;how forward-looking companies can automate much of the work humans do on complex investigations for better, faster, cheaper results; how data analytics can be harnessed to improve the quality and comprehensiveness of investigations; andhow data analytics is likely to impact complex investigations in the future.  Preview Clips: Play Brandon Daniels on How to Apply Data Analytics to Investigations”Data Analytics is turning information into something meaningful and salient to your case.” Play Rich Plansky on Data Challenges with Complex Investigations”There is a proliferation of data in terms of volume and variety – the likes of which we haven’t seen before. But many companies are trying to meet that challenge by using old tools, throwing bodies at the problem and this mismatch between problem and solution is causing dramatic inefficiencies.” Play Panel on Different Data Analytics Tools for Different Problems“So the use of different data analytics tools often is outside of the realm of what we would consider industry standard tools…when you’re looking at bringing together millions of different data points or actually probably trillions of data points in many of our cases, and making sense of them, it’s not one-size-fits all. And it’s sort of inappropriate to put a square peg in a round hole.” Play Key Takeaways from Panelists”Knowing that data analytics comes in many forms is a first stepping stone to using data analytics efficiently in investigations. Take a certain thesis you have. Figure out what data is available and what tools you might be able to bring to bear to analyze that data. Don’t let yourself get caught in the constant struggle to manage to compressed time frames…”Contact Us Speaker Bios:    Wayne Matus, Managing Director, Investigations Group, UBS AGWayne Matus is a Managing Director and in Group Investigations at UBS AG, a team that transcends traditional legal and compliance functions and is accountable for all investigations spanning the bank’s business areas.  At UBS, Wayne manages teams of lawyers, technologists, and subject-matter experts globally on a wide variety of cases daily. He also is a key strategist for the firm’s eDiscovery, eCompliance and risk technology functions. Prior to UBS, Wayne was a seasoned and prolific trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience handling complex commercial litigation and global investigations.  As a partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Wayne led the Information Law and Electronic Discovery group. Wayne has been recognized internationally as a thought-leader and frequent speaker on data privacy, predictive modelling, eDiscovery, artificial intelligence and cloud computing.     Alex Southwell, Partner, Gibson Dunn Alexander H. Southwell is a partner in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s New York office. His practice focuses in two main areas: first, white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement defense, internal investigations, compliance monitoring, and complex legal litigation; and, second, information technology-related investigations, counseling, and litigation. Mr. Southwell is Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Privacy, Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Practice Group and is also a member of the Firm’s White Collar Defense and Investigations, Crisis Management, Securities Enforcement, and Litigation Practice Groups. Mr. Southwell was names a Law360 “MVP” in Privacy in both 2015 and 2016 and is ranked in White Collar Litigation by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Mr. Southwell was selected as a Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Trailblazer in 2015 by The National Law Journal and by The Best Lawyers in America© as a leading lawyer in the area of Criminal Defense: White-Collar. Mr. Southwell earned his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Princeton University and his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from New York University School of Law.         Brandon Daniels, Managing Director, President Exiger Analytics, ExigerBrandon Daniels is Managing Director and President of Exiger Analytics. He leads Exiger’s Analytics division, overseeing the development and execution of data-driven solutions and services.  A regulatory expert and technology practitioner, Brandon brings more than 15 years in senior management across the financial services, life sciences and energy sectors. He has a reputation for technological innovation in regulatory investigations and compliance management. In his prior role as President for Clutch Group, he was the architect for many complex data analytics workstreams and products.  This included analyzing thousands of derivatives transactions, bringing together two billion structured and unstructured data points, to identify gaps in process and conduct; developing a predictive model and graph database to rank several hundred thousand offshore companies for potential tax and corruption risk; and the development of a cutting-edge contract analytics solution designed to convert agreements into key operational data points.    Rich Plansky, Managing Director, Global Head of Investigations, ExigerRichard Plansky is a Managing Director and Global Head of Investigations for Exiger, based in the firm’s New York office. With 25 years of investigative experience, Richard is an expert in the areas of litigation support and complex corporate investigations, including intellectual property infringement, fraud and embezzlement, employee misconduct, and bribery and corruption.  In his prior role, he led ground-breaking investigations into widespread malfeasance in the media buying industry and illegal gun trafficking on the internet.    Dan Adamson, President, DDIQ & Global Head of Cognitive Computing, Exiger (moderator)Dan Adamson is one of the world’s foremost experts on vertical search, investigative use of big data and cognitive computing with more than 15 years in the industry. He holds several search algorithm and cognitive computing patents, has been named among the most influential “must-see” thought leaders in AI and Fintech. Prior to developing DDIQ, Adamson was a former Microsoft search expert and a technical lead for Bing and the Health Solutions Search teams.  He also served as Chief Architect at Medstory, a vertical search start-up that was acquired by Microsoft. In addition to being a recipient of numerous academic awards, Dan holds a Master of Science degree from U.C. Berkeley.      About Exiger  Exiger is a global regulatory and financial crime, risk and compliance company. Exiger arms financial institutions, multinational corporations and governmental agencies with the practical advice and technology solutions they need to prevent compliance breaches, respond to risk, remediate major issues and monitor ongoing business activities. Exiger works with clients worldwide to assist them in effectively managing their critical challenges while developing and implementing the policies, procedures and programs needed to create a sustainable compliance environment. A global authority on regulatory compliance, the company also oversees some of the world’s most complex court-appointed and voluntary monitorships in the private and public sectors, including the monitorship of HSBC. Exiger has four principal business units being: Exiger Advisory; Exiger Analytics, including DDIQ, the groundbreaking cognitive computing and intelligent search platform; Exiger Diligence and Exiger Insight 3PM. Exiger operates through offices in New York City, Silver Spring (DC Metro), Miami, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Toronto, and Vancouver.

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