Let’s face it, we all know that COVID-19 has moved much of the workforce from physical offices to a work-from-home world, and accelerated the adoption of collaborative business communication platforms such as Slack, Teams, and others. This presents increased potential for wrongdoing and increases the complexity of internal investigations. Here’s a webinar where you can learn practical insights for planning and conducting effective internal investigations for a remote workforce leveraging data from collaboration applications.
On Thursday, July 9th, Hanzo will conduct the webcast Internal Investigations in the Age of Collaboration and Remote Work at 1:00pm ET (12:00pm CT, 10:00am PT). In this webinar, you’ll learn about the effect of collaboration tools on business communications, the role of internal investigations for employment compliance, litigation, and corporate culture, strategies for conducting internal investigations, how to add and manage new data sources for effective internal investigations and determining if a full investigation is required, among other things.
Those topics will be discussed by a terrific panel, including Brad Harris, VP of Product at Hanzo, Stacey Blaustein, Counsel at IBM, Kyle Kelly, Senior E-Discovery and Litigation Support Specialist at Coinbase and Kimberly Quan, Global Head of eDiscovery & Digital Forensics at Juniper Networks.
As their webinar page states: The best time to make sure you are prepared to conduct an investigation —especially leveraging new tools and data sources— is before the need to investigate arises. And, certainly, many organizations have been forced to change the way that internal investigations are conducted since the pandemic forced remote work, so it will be interesting to see how three notable companies are addressing these challenges. And, of course, it’s free! You can click here to register. Consider checking it out!
So, what do you think? Are you facing new challenges with internal investigations since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, consider attending the webinar! And, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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