Making the Business Case for Data-Driven Compliance, with Bryan Judice of Panasonic Avionics

Bryan Judice is Senior Director of the Office of Ethics and Compliance at Panasonic Avionics Corporation. With over 22 years of experience specializing in conducting forensic investigations and large, complex litigation matters, he has provided financial and business advisory services to clients in a variety of industries, including aerospace, aviation, and financial services. He joins Vince Walden to talk about data-driven compliance, and why it’s more effective.

Compliance processes best suited for analytics are available, self-contained, and have few different touchpoints in order to ensure the data isn’t dispersed across too many different systems. Singular compliance initiatives are painless to digest, pull apart and examine, which makes it easier to create analytics to identify where the risks are in your programs.

Bryan shares what business processes he has seen work effectively for monitorships in today’s landscape. He also discusses the five things everyone should know before they secure buy-in and budgets for data-driven compliance.


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