​Google, Uber CCOs share approaches to data analytics

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In public remarks made over the last few years, multiple officials at the Department of Justice (DOJ) have said the agency is now using data analytics to detect criminal conduct—and that they expect compliance functions to be doing the same.

The idea of using data analytics for compliance purposes did not gain much traction until 2020, following publication of the DOJ’s revised “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” guidance. That guidance, in part, represented the first time the agency explicitly laid out its expectations compliance departments should be using data analytics to proactively monitor compliance risks.

In a recent webinar sponsored by EY, the chief compliance officers of Google and Uber offered insight into how their own data analytics compliance programs have evolved.

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