Even the most buttoned-up enterprise is not immune to an investigation by the SEC or FTC. So what can you do to ease the burden of this unsavory experience?
Companies, and individuals for that matter, go to great lengths to avoid any sort of government investigation. This avoidance is fueled by the fear of a drawn out, painful investigation in which an organization’s sensitive information is exposed for government investigators to review. To add insult to injury, the process also opens companies up to the additional risk of information being inadvertently leaked as it is passed back and forth in cyberspace. And, while SEC enforcement cases may have been down in 2020, all signs are pointing to that number bouncing back - and then some - in 2021. Even the most buttoned-up enterprise is not immune to an investigation by the SEC or FTC. So what can you do to ease the burden of this unsavory experience?
Join us on Thursday, January 14 at 2pm EST for a live discussion featuring panelists whose careers have made the leap from government to corporate as they share their tips on turning to technology to ease the pain of a government investigation. David Markowitz of Goldman Sachs, Barrett Atwood of Lyft, and Dmitry Lukovsky of Western Digital will discuss how to overcome investigative challenges and gain back control of unyielding timelines.
Take the first step to prepare for a government investigation now and register for the live discussion today.