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Internal Investigations in Today’s Connected World

Whether for employee theft, harassment, data security or other events, corporations are conducting internal investigations on almost a daily basis to investigate claims and identify potential issues. These investigations can prove challenging when crucial evidence in a case is often located across disparate devices and platforms, and numerous stakeholder across the organization need to be involved. Investigative teams need to be prepared in advance for when the need to investigate should arise, to ensure it is handled quickly, efficiently and cost effectively without disruption to business operations.

During this webinar we will discuss recommended best practices for ensuring a successful internal investigation, covering everything from who should be involved to how you prepare when the investigation moves to potential litigation.
Recorded Oct 23 2018 60 mins
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Len Robinson, Ahold Delhaize; Paul Becker, Rockwell Automation: and Keith Lockhart, AccessData
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