Tamara Vitagliano is the Global Director of Technology Solutions and Forensics in FRA’s Data Governance practice. She is responsible for FRA’s global data processing, digital forensics, and mobile processing across all facets of the eDiscovery lifecycle. She manages complex data collection, processing, review, analysis, and production, in the context of fraud investigations, internal investigations, litigation, and other contentious matters.
A Relativity Processing Specialist, Relativity Certified User, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Tamara not only has expert knowledge of industry leading software, including Relativity, Forensic Toolkit, Digital Reef and Clearwell, but also has the hands-on experience and business acumen needed to leverage the right tools in their best application to address clients’ unique data governance challenges.
Tamara has been helping clients around the world leverage innovative technology solutions to manage their most complex data governance and eDiscovery needs for more than 15 years. She has extensive experience managing and supervising investigations into insider trading, compliance violations and investment fraud, advising counsel on litigation matters, managing eDiscovery and computer forensics projects, and conducting anti-money laundering compliance risk reviews for Latin American clients.
Tamara earned her Executive MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Management, and has a BS in Accounting with minors in Computer Information Systems and Spanish.
- Managed the collection, processing, and loading of more than 10 terabytes of data from a Brazilian entity; produced more than 4.5 million documents across 200 separate productions to the US Department of Justice.
- Configured and deployed custom mobile processing solutions across multiple countries including Uzbekistan, Qatar, France, Sweden, and London, enabling the collection, processing, loading, review, and production of data to take place within the client’s premises.
- Developed a custom workflow for a monitorship where sensitive data was received, processed, and reviewed in a secured, stand-alone environment. Cleared documents were then migrated to an environment with external access to allow other users to conduct their review.
- Oversaw the processing over more than 40 million loose files collected from a custom archiving system under significant time constraints.