07:45 - 08:30 Registration
08:30 - 08:40 Chairperson's Welcome Address
08:40 - 09:15 The direct impact of automation on your workplaceNickolas B Savage - Acting ASAC, Federal Bureau of Investigation
The world around us is changing rapidly and automation is increasingly becoming more prevalent in the workplace. Access to your workspace through technology is now possible anywhere and at anytime. There are many uncertainties around what this will mean for the industry - Take a glimpse into the future and explore how automation will affect you going forward.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Contrast your role now with the changes that will occur over the next 2, 5 and 10 years
- Will your role still exist?
- EDiscovery is already showing how a lot of the manual work can be done automatically with far more accuracy – how far will this go?
Nickolas B SavageActing ASAC
Federal Bureau of Investigation
09:15 - 09:30 Legal Bingo
Network with your peers in this structured session. Each delegate has a number on their name badge and also a bingo card. Make your way around the room and find one delegate with each of the numbers on your card to compete for a fantastic prize!
09:30 - 10:05 Fraud Investigations – How to save the day against all odds and reform company culture
10:05 - 10:35 Networking & Refreshment Break
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 Sharing best practice across both the US & EU - Data Protection
How to move data around on a global scale with the invalidation of Safe Harbor
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 Predictive Coding: Here and Now
- Get to grips with this cost and time saving learning technology that is the talk of the eDiscovery sphere
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 Information Governance and successful incorporation within your organisation Miriam Hall - Group Senior Counsel, PRA Group
- Best practice for successfully integrating information governance across a large, global and complex business
- Diminish your eDiscovery workload through positive information governance
Miriam HallGroup Senior Counsel
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 Utilising eDiscovery tolls: time & cost management Adrian Smales - Professor, Napier University
- How effective implementation of eDiscovery tools can increase accuracy, alongside greatly cutting down time and costs
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 An in-depth look at compliance risks in the Cloud
- Preparing for a move to a cloud platform where certain controls have to be given up to the provider
- Explore issues surrounding the handling of personal data
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 BYOD (Bring your own devices): An investigative nightmare
- Taking control of the multitude of data privacy issues surrounding devices
- Exploring device discovery challenges
Interactive Discussion Groups10:35 - 12:00 Cybercrime - Putting up a strong defense Alison North - ARMA International Ambassador and Disruptive Consultant, ARMA International
- Cyberattacks are becoming more frequent and companies must be prepared for action at any time
- Protecting yourself from human errors such as phishing
Alison NorthARMA International Ambassador and Disruptive Consultant
Stream A12:00 - 12:35 Successful eDiscovery co-operation between opposing councils
The importance of co-operation cannot be understated in a world of big data. Issues must be defined properly. Recognise:
- How the principles of eDiscovery are becoming more relevant to regulators
- Why this means working alongside regulators to build a database is the solution
- How sustainable the current regulatory method for eDiscovery is
Stream B12:00 - 12:35 Know your vendor - Effective due diligence in a limited timeframe Mickael Santoro - EMEA Head of Enhanced Due Diligence Investigations, Citi
- Implementing a robust compliance process when working with 3rd parties
- Articulating anti-bribery/corruption policies into tangible instructions for sales/procurement teams
- Ongoing monitoring of 3rd parties
- Where does the training & education of 3rd parties end?
Mickael SantoroEMEA Head of Enhanced Due Diligence Investigations
Stream C12:00 - 12:35 Good Corporate Governance: Achieving Accountability & Control Alex Laumans - Executive Director, UBS
- Corporate governance design fit for purpose
- How to maintain ongoing oversight and control in case of outsourcing
- Evidence Control and Accountability
Alex LaumansExecutive Director
12:35 - 12:40 Please move to your next session
Digital Investigations12:40 - 13:15 Predictive Coding: The future is now
Compliance12:40 - 13:15 Spotting the smoke before the fire
When the majority of bribery cases involve payments through 3rd parties, and the volume of 3rd parties used by organisations is so high - it is important to make sure that compliance is being done properly.
- Are your compliance methods vigorous enough to withstand a bribery investigation?
- How should you make sure 3rd parties are conducting themselves with respect to your values?
- What controls can you put in place to monitor 3rd party risk & vendor oversight?
- Where does 3rd party oversight begin and end?
Information Governance12:40 - 13:15 Driving forward a culture of integrity to reduce risk in your organisation
- The immediate need for strong ethics in the face of regulatory overload
- Bringing value, information with integrity and reduced risk to your business through information governance
- Building a culture of integrity: your first steps
- Identifying risky behavior and dealing with it effectively through robust process and methodology
- Successfully change the mindset of your employees to promote a culture of honesty and reduced risk
13:15 - 14:15 Networking Lunch
Digital Investigations14:15 - 14:50 Investigations that span the globe Wayne Fergusson - Head of Investigations, Sandvik
Wayne FergussonHead of Investigations
Compliance14:15 - 14:50 Engaging with the importance of a code of conduct Will Hammond - Director of Compliance, Adidas
Envisage the ability to reach out to every one of your global employees. The chance to explain in a clear and concise way why your company’s values and commitment to integrity matter. The ability to engage your senior leadership, managers and business partners. A code of conduct is the most important piece in any compliance and ethics program and needs to be relevant and readable.
- Why have a code of conduct and creating the case for adapting or changing it
- Getting started: how to assemble stakeholders,
- Integrate content and balance between a rules vs. principles approach
- Implementation, embedding compliance and ethics and measuring success
Will HammondDirector of Compliance
Information Governance14:15 - 14:50 BYOD (Bring your own devices): A legal insight
- How is it handled?
- What are the challenges in data security?
- Can you segregate company date from personal data (PII)?
- The full functionality of the mobile device and data which resides in the cloud
14:50 - 14:55 Please move to your next session
Digital Investigations14:55 - 15:30 Business Email Compromise (BEC) Ian Whiting - Senior Investigator CSIS, Citi
The FBI has announced that fraudsters have attempted to steal around $3.1 billion from businesses through BEC scams. Since 2015 there has been a rapid increase in the number of victims of this intricate scam. Join Ian Whiting, CSIS at Citi as he shares the latest work he is doing to combat this growing threat:
- What measures you can put into place to stop such a threat
- Why the BEC threat is so serious
Ian WhitingSenior Investigator CSIS
Compliance14:55 - 15:30 Demanding transparency requirements in Pharma Jörn Johannsen - Head of Compliance, Abbvie
The Pharma world is getting ready to disclose data on payments made to doctors on June 30th 2016 in a defining moment for the pharma/doctor relationship
- Understand the cultural challenges
- An insight into the fallout following disclosure
- What the increasing regulatory demand for transparency tells us about the shifting role of compliance
Jörn JohannsenHead of Compliance
Information Governance14:55 - 15:30 Don't be the next headline! - Making Information Governance a priority Alison North - ARMA International Ambassador and Disruptive Consultant, ARMA International
- How to set-up robust Information Governance controls & security measures
- Take control of your framework to limit potential risks & leaks
- Be prepared to invest more in Information Governance (data privacy, data protection procedures, governance) now to avoid huge penalties in the future
- Why you need to urgently raise Information Governance awareness and avoid leaving your company’s preparation too late
Alison NorthARMA International Ambassador and Disruptive Consultant
15:30 - 15:35 Please move to your next session
Digital Investigations15:35 - 16:10 Leveraging eDiscovery to assist with Information Governance
- Why discovery must be a priority for your company
- How to get the most out of your eDiscovery tools
- Where eDiscovery can be linked with other areas of the business
- Why eDiscovery can be an instant value-addition for your business
Compliance15:35 - 16:10 The impact of disruptive technologies such as Fintech
The need to innovate and stimulate growth in the financial sector balanced with protecting consumer rights has never been at more of a critical point
- Overcoming risk fatigue in the financial sector
- Compliance issues that arise from disruptive technologies
- How will the digital transformation of the financial sector affect you legally?
Information Governance15:35 - 16:10 The advent of big data: why your ungoverned data stockpiles are a security risk
- What can your company do to manage data responsibly?
- How do you retain the right information when data that is useless today may have value in the future?
- Detailed preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
16:10 - 16:40 Networking & Refreshment Break
16:40 - 17:15 Strategies to prepare for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)Udo Pickartz - General Counsel, Starstone International
With the enforcement of the GDPR approaching, it is vital that your organisation is already taking the steps necessary to ensure compliance. There is no room for error as fines for non-compliance reach €100 million or 5% of your annual turnover. In this enlightening session, understand the policies you can put in place to ensure a smooth a transition and:
- Develop a proactive approach to data governance
- Look at the state of information governance in Europe and what can be learnt from the US
- Have knowledge of the risks associated with data profiling
- Discuss solutions for key areas within the GDPR
- Shifting into a business of the future, that is prepared for the Internet of Things (IoT)
Udo PickartzGeneral Counsel