Conceptual Analytics

Conceptual Analytics to Support Various Use Cases, Courtesy of this Webcast by HaystackID: eDiscovery Webcasts

Growing data volumes for corporate investigations and compliance create a critical need for methods, technologies, and processes to quickly analyze massive amounts of communications and information. One such technology is conceptual analytics, which corporations and government agencies have used to assist with cyber discovery, information governance, and legal discovery audits, investigations, and litigation. Wednesday’s webcast from HaystackID will discuss the use of conceptual analytics to support various compliance, investigations and discovery use cases.

Wednesday, HaystackID will host the webcast Data Forensic Investigations Exploitation by Concept Searching at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT).  In this expert presentation, a panel of digital forensics, investigations, and legal discovery experts will discuss and explore the foundations of analytics and highlight workflows, methods, and applications that can be leveraged in compliance initiatives, investigations, and discovery efforts of all kinds.

Presenting Experts include:

  • Warren G. Kruse II – Vice President of Data Forensics and Consulting at HaystackID
  • Bobby Malhotra – eDiscovery counsel with Munger, Tolles & Olson
  • Robert “Bobby” Kruse – InfoSec Investigator and eDiscovery Analyst at Intel

By shifting inquiry approaches toward analytics, organizations can describe the issues, ideas, and activities with a collection of exemplary paragraphs and then let the analytics engine find and report the correlations and connections. Additionally, organizations facing investigations, or simply developing compliance assurance protocols can include conceptual analytics in their initiatives to prioritize collection efforts, proactively audit corporate document populations, and identify priorities in the areas of training, monitoring and policy development. Register for the webcast here to learn how conceptual analytics can support various compliance, investigations and discovery use cases!  And if you can’t make it live, register anyway to view it on demand afterwards!

So, what do you think?  What approaches are you taking to address exploding data volumes? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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