In a rapidly changing business environment with a new administration establishing its agenda, the use of data analytics is becoming the focal point of enterprise governance. Regulators and enforcement officials will require organizations to use best-in-class data analysis to identify and address risks across their business. Leaders are using information to shift away from reactionary behavior toward proactive approaches to prevent, detect, and respond to fraud, waste, and abuse across the organization. The ability to leverage real-time monitoring, predictive models, and machine learning technology can help organizations to take the offensive and prevent these behaviors before or during their onset, rather than dealing with the ramifications of investigations, litigation, and remediation after the fact.
This panel, hosted by KPMG, will focus on the future state of enterprise governance, tangible examples of the use of data analysis, and how industry leaders combine data with automated technology to dramatically improve their processes, controls, and insight into what is happening in their businesses. Join panelists as they tackle these concepts and help attendees understand how to prepare your organization for the future of enterprise governance
- Ronald Machen, Partner, White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice, WilmerHale; Former US Attorney for the District of Columbia
- Jamie Martin, Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
- Mike Macdonald, Executive Director, Compliance and Internal Control, CMS Energy
- Jose Claudio Treviño, Partner, Mexico and Central America, and Forensic Leader, KPMG en Mexico