The police in Mauritius investigating the grounding of the oil spill ship, the Wakashio, revealed late last week that they were unable to obtain sound from the ship’s black box.
That is not surprising, given how ship black boxes are configured, often with multiple microphones plugged in, recording to several audio tracks simultaneously. However, this only makes the case stronger
In today’s technical world, fraud and compliance violations are growing harder to detect as bad actors grow increasingly sophisticated in their methods and technology. From communications on cloud-based social media platforms, to bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption, successful investigations will require a better understanding of the latest technical advancements.
This webcast will outline three case studies of recent corporate investigations showcasing emerging tactics, and how legal teams can use their own advanced processes and technology, including artificial intelligence, to stay one step ahead. Attendees will learn:
A better understanding of the latest technologies seen as part of today’s investigations.
Emerging technological tactics and real-world examples of their use.
How legal teams can use their own advanced processes and technology to stay one step ahead.
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