Data Driven Compliance: Vince Walden on DOJ Remarks on Data-Driven Compliance | Thomas Fox – Compliance Evangelist

Are you struggling to keep up with the ever-changing compliance programs in your business? Look no further than the award-winning Data Driven Compliance podcast, hosted by Tom Fox. This podcast features an in-depth conversation around the uses of data and data analytics in compliance programs. Data-Driven Compliance is back with another exciting episode. Today, I visited with Vince Walden, CEO of KonaAI, on the recent remarks by the DOJ on data-driven analytics and See more +

Are you struggling to keep up with the ever-changing compliance programs in your business? Look no further than the award-winning Data Driven Compliance podcast, hosted by Tom Fox. This podcast features an in-depth conversation around the uses of data and data analytics in compliance programs. Data-Driven Compliance is back with another exciting episode. Today, I visited with Vince Walden, CEO of KonaAI, on the recent remarks by the DOJ on data-driven analytics and compliance.

Vince Walden, an expert in data-driven compliance and fraud examination, has made significant strides in the industry as the CEO of Kona AI. His perspective on the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) increasing use of data analytics for proactive enforcement is that it marks a significant shift in the DOJ’s approach to enforcement. Walden notes that the DOJ is now actively using data analytics to proactively identify risks and cases, rather than relying solely on self-reporting or anomalies. He believes that data analytics is no longer considered cutting-edge but rather an expected part of a best practices compliance program. His extensive experience in white-collar crime and FCPA cases, as well as his participation in events such as the annual FCPA conference, have shaped this perspective. Join Tom Fox and Vince Walden as they delve deeper into this topic on the next episode of the Data Driven Compliance podcast. See less –

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