DOJ guidance recommends using data analytics for monitoring, third party management, acquisition integration and other uses to enhance a compliance program. In this masterclass series, join Ethisphere and our partner Lextegrity to learn about data analytics, how to identify relevant data, ways to generate compliance value from data and how to avoid common pitfalls. Pre-submit and bring your questions for our experts!
LIVE CLASS 1 | FEBRUARY 17 Data Basics: Defining, Sourcing and Harmonizing Data
What is Data?
What data is relevant to the compliance function?
What is structured data versus unstructured data?
How Do I Process Data?
What functions do I need? IT, Finance?
What sources do I need and what may be available?
What is a “database” or a “data lake”?
How to leverage data already being collected?
How Do I Automate the Data Process?
What is an API?
What is an sFTP site?
How do I deal with multiple ERPs?
How Do I Harmonize the Data?
What is a unified data model?
What is machine learning, AI?
How do I deal with missing/”dirty” data?
LIVE CLASS 2 | MARCH 3 Using Data: Generating Compliance
Value from Data
What is a compliance analytic versus a metric or KPI?
What is transaction scoring?
What is data visualization?
How to Package Data for Different Users
Audience consumption of data in various ways
How to Avoid Common Pitfalls (e.g., Data Overload)
Follow-up and remediation
Appropriate resources and functions involved
LIVE CLASS 3 | MARCH 17 Practical Data Analytics: Deep Dives Into Specific Use Cases
Transaction Risk Scoring
Third Party Risk Management
Program Assessment / Individual Performance Assessments
How can I leverage machine learning and AI?
CLASS 1 & 2: Andy Miller Co-Founder and Chief Analytics Officer, Lextegrity
CLASS 2 & 3: Kara Bonitatibus Head of Products, Lextegrity
CLASS 3: Parth Chanda Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Lextegrity
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