DOJ official: Agency to ‘double down’ on data analytics efforts

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is upping its game regarding its use of data analytics to identify potential misconduct, and it expects companies to be doing the same.

That was one of several messages imparted by Nicole Argentieri, acting assistant attorney general in the DOJ’s Criminal Division, in a speech last week.

“Companies have better and more immediate access to their own data, and you can be sure that, if misconduct occurs, our prosecutors are going to ask what the company has done to analyze or track its own data—both at the time of the misconduct and when we are considering a potential resolution,” she said.

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