UBIC’s Lit i View Email Auditor helps major Japanese manufacturers anticipate trouble

I have written before about UBIC’s Lit i View Email Auditor whose function is to help corporations identify suspicious or inappropriate email traffic before it can give rise to damaging investigations.

Email Auditor subjects messages to anticipatory routine auditing. It includes an automated learning process which uses UBIC’s AI-based Virtual Data Scientist software to improve selection accuracy as time goes by.

One of the risks faced by Japanese companies, as elsewhere, is investigations by regulators into apparent cartels and similar compliance issues. Email Auditor helps with this as well as with corporate fraud and theft of intellectual property.

There is a press release about this here. A further press release relates to the new Japanese patent which UBIC has been granted in relation to its Email Auditing system.

Whilst on the subject of UBIC, it has been applying its Virtual Data Scientist technology to the valuation of intellectual property in a joint project with Toyota Technical Development. The aim is to learn from decisions made by those involved in the development and management of intellectual property, reducing the time spent on evaluation and increasing efficiency.

There is a press release about this here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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