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Michael Volkov on Tech, Software & Data Analysis in Compliance Programs Technically Legal - A Legal Technology and Innovation Podcast

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Attorney Michael Volkov, head of the Volkov Law Group, is our guest for Episode 38. He discusses the use of technology, software and data analysis in corporate compliance and ethics programs. Michael and his firm focus on regulatory compliance issues, internal investigations and white collar crime.
Michael explains that it is very difficult to implement a successful ethics and compliance program without using technology to analyze data.
In fact, recent updates to the U.S. Department of Justice Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (the “DOJ Compliance Guidance”) emphasizes that corporate compliance officers must be given access to relevant compliance and human resources data so they may properly monitor and assess the effectiveness of compliance programs.
Michael discusses the types of data that should be measured to ensure the effectiveness of a corporate compliance program, where to find that data and the future of compliance software and “RegTech” (Regulatory Technology).
Michael has his own compliance podcast, Corruption, Crime and Compliance and a great blog focused on compliance, internal investigations and white collar crime.
Things We Talk About in This Episode
DOJ Compliance Guidance Compliance Dashboards RegTech Software Association of Corporate Counsel Legal Operations Maturity Model for Compliance Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Mr. Roboto Technically Legal is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and the founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled alternative legal services provider.

Attorney Michael Volkov, head of the Volkov Law Group, is our guest for Episode 38. He discusses the use of technology, software and data analysis in corporate compliance and ethics programs. Michael and his firm focus on regulatory compliance issues, internal investigations and white collar crime.
Michael explains that it is very difficult to implement a successful ethics and compliance program without using technology to analyze data.
In fact, recent updates to the U.S. Department of Justice Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (the “DOJ Compliance Guidance”) emphasizes that corporate compliance officers must be given access to relevant compliance and human resources data so they may properly monitor and assess the effectiveness of compliance programs.
Michael discusses the types of data that should be measured to ensure the effectiveness of a corporate compliance program, where to find that data and the future of compliance software and “RegTech” (Regulatory Technology).
Michael has his own compliance podcast, Corruption, Crime and Compliance and a great blog focused on compliance, internal investigations and white collar crime.
Things We Talk About in This Episode
DOJ Compliance Guidance Compliance Dashboards RegTech Software Association of Corporate Counsel Legal Operations Maturity Model for Compliance Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Mr. Roboto Technically Legal is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and the founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled alternative legal services provider.

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