Three years since the onset of the global pandemic, many of the cultural and behavioral transitions that resulted have persisted. Technology remains the bridge between physical and online experiences, particularly in corporate settings. Indeed, this year, 71% of the U.S. workforce will be made up of fully remote or hybrid knowledge workers, according to Gartner. This means information is being transferred and exchanged digitally at a rate and capacity unlike ever before.

With such a step up in activity and the volume of information exchanged, corporations have seen their digital footprints grow exponentially — and with it comes increased risk. For a corporate investigator, this can dramatically change the scope and reach of an investigation. And for organizations, this means time is past-due for taking stock of this new reality and what it means for risk management.

From volumes of evidence, to new technologies, and good governance, Eric Hines examines what this means for corporate investigations in an insight for Thomson Reuters. Read the full article.

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Eric Hines

Eric Hines, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings over two decades of experience in forensic accounting, controls & compliance, and dispute consulting engagements. He serves as a consultant to attorneys and […]

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