In May 2019, Hanzo hosted Tom Fox and Mike Volkov for a webinar discussing 9 best practices for effective compliance investigations. Topics discussed include social media evidence, preserving documents and records, program structure, written procedures, witness interviews, and more. In this podcast, we're sharing some highlights and short clips from the session. To watch or listen to a full recording, visit https://www.hanzo.co/compliance-investigations.
Hanzo's Compliance Hotline Investigations technology enables you to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to quickly and easily find and preserve valuable, legally defensible evidence from websites and social media channels so you have a more comprehensive set of data to reach an informed, conclusive decision.
All views expressed on this podcast by Sean Freidlin and AP Capaldo-Aoun are their own and do not represent the opinions of any entity whatsoever with which we have been, are now, or will be affiliated. Operation Varsity Blues is one of the biggest academic scandals of all time, with widespread implications for compliance programs within universities and colleges, and lessons for anyone in the ethics and compliance industry. In this episode, Hanzo's Sean Freidlin speaks with AP Capaldo-Aoun, a global compliance attorney, current director of E&C at a Fortune 100 technology company, and a former Associate General Counsel at an education company, to get her uniquely qualified opinion on this massive story.
(00:00 - 4:55) Introductions and Operation Varsity Blues Overview
(4:55 - 7:00) AP's Personal Reaction to Operation Varsity Blues
(7:01 - 10:30) How Does Operation Varsity Blues Change Ethics & Compliance Programs in Colleges and University Moving Forward?
(10:31 - 14:35) How Long Will It Take For Things To Change After The Dust Settles and Implement Changes To E&C Programs?
(14:36 - 21:50) Reputational and Cultural Implications of Operation Varsity Blues, Proactive and Reactive Risk Management, and Why Nobody Saw This Coming
(21:51 - 26:10) How the Ethics & Compliance Market Will React to Operation Varsity Blues, Academic Accountability, Collaboration, and Opportunities for Recovery
(26:11 - 32:50) Using Operation Varsity Blues as a Case Study and Training Opportunity for Corporate Ethics & Compliance Programs
In February 2019, Tom Fox and Louis Sapirman joined Hanzo for a webinar all about the risks and opportunities that exist between compliance and marketing teams. These highlights from the hour-long webinar dive into their thoughts, guidance, advice, experiences, and strategies around improving the effectiveness of a compliance program through marketing best practices, and how compliance teams can overcome common social media and marketing risks to protect their brand and organization.
On the Innovation in Compliance podcast, Tom Fox spoke with Hanzo's Keith Laska about what we hope to achieve with our Dynamic Archive technology, which is ultimately about mitigating risks around marketing and social media activity and making it easier for compliance and marketing teams to have collaborative, transparent, and healthy relationships to benefit the business.
In the Innovation in Compliance Podcast, Tom Fox speaks with Hanzo's Keith Laska about the role artificial intelligence plays in Hanzo Dynamic Archive, and how our technology helps legal, compliance, and eDiscovery professionals simplify and expedite the work that was previously more challenging and time consuming.
On Tom Fox's Innovation in Compliance Podcast, Hanzo's Keith Laska discusses how our technology helps compliance teams, how the company was created 10 years ago, and the importance of native format web preservation.
In December 2018, Hanzo hosted a webinar discussing the importance of social media to business communications, and the ensuing challenges it presents for ediscovery and compliance in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The webinar also shared strategic insights and best practices for defensible social media collection and real-world stories from the field. This Anchor Episode include key takeaways and segments from the webinar participants, including Mark Smolnik (Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel at DHL), Michael Quartararo (Managing Director at eDPM), Steve Tanner (Social Media Lead at Relativity), and Evan Gumz (Senior Account Executive at Hanzo).
In December 2018, Keith Laska, Chief Commercial Officer at Hanzo, spoke with Ari Kaplan on his Reinventing Professionals podcast. This brief clip provides an overview of how Hanzo is used by eDiscovery and compliance professionals today, the rise of Slack in the enterprise, and how we expect the identification and management of risk to evolve in 2019. To learn more about Hanzo, visit, visit www.hanzo.co, and to listen to their full conversation, visit www.reinventingprofessionals.com/slack-and-how-the-diversity-of-communication-is-impacting-e-discovery.
In December 2018, Keith Laska, Chief Commercial Officer at Hanzo, spoke with Ari Kaplan on his Reinventing Professionals podcast. This brief clip provides an overview of the challenges that compliance, eDiscovery, legal, and risk professionals may encounter in 2019 as a result of a changing tech landscape and regulatory expectations. To learn more about Hanzo, visit, visit www.hanzo.co, and to listen to their full conversation, visit www.reinventingprofessionals.com/slack-and-how-the-diversity-of-communication-is-impacting-e-discovery.
In December 2018, Keith Laska, Chief Commercial Officer at Hanzo, spoke with Ari Kaplan on his Reinventing Professionals podcast. This brief clip provides an overview of Hanzo's origin story. To learn more about Hanzo, visit, visit www.hanzo.co, and to listen to their full conversation, visit www.reinventingprofessionals.com/slack-and-how-the-diversity-of-communication-is-impacting-e-discovery.