Behavox, which provides a suite of security products that help compliance, HR, and security teams protect their company and colleagues from business risk, today announced that Nicole Frew, Executive VP & Chief Compliance Officer at Scotiabank, will be participating in a fireside chat at the AI in Compliance and Security Conference. The conference, hosted by Behavox at its Montreal headquarters, will take place on July 19th. Behavox executives and guest speakers will discuss the next generation of Artificial Intelligence in Compliance and Security with customers, regulators, industry leaders, and partners.
The fireside chat with Nicole Frew and Behavox Chief Customer Intelligence Officer Fahreen Kurji will cover the pivotal role technology plays in compliance, how to drive organizational change that embraces innovation, and how to address the challenges of running a compliance organization in a perpetually evolving risk environment.
“We are thrilled that Nicole and other industry leaders will be joining us to discuss the future of compliance,” said Chief Customer Intelligence Officer Fahreen Kurji. “Attendees will also have the chance to experience our groundbreaking new product, Behavox Quantum™. There will be test drives and numerous workshops covering everything from infrastructure for cloud orchestration to the AI engine at the core of the product.”
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There will be a multitude of workshops and keynote speeches on compliance, security, and artificial intelligence. The conference will also feature Innovation Paddocks where guests will be able to learn more from the engineers and data scientists behind Behavox innovations and test drive Behavox Quantum™.
Keynote presentations will cover:
1) Testing and Quality assurance framework for compliance models.
2) Increasing employee and data coverage with cutting edge architecture for data processing built for AI.
3) Improving accuracy of voice transcription using continuous learning.
The conference will host more than 200 compliance, security, and IT professionals from all over the world with delegations from regulators such as the SEC, FINRA, IIROC, and the government of Quebec.
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