Forensic Risk Alliance (FRA) announced today that Tamara Vitagliano has been promoted to Global Director of Technology Solutions and Forensics, effective immediately.
In her new role, Vitagliano will oversee FRA’s global data processing, digital forensics, and Mobile Discovery Solutions offerings. FRA has six secure global datacenters and more mobile discovery processing solutions deployed globally in the context of fraud investigations, internal investigations, litigation, and other contentious matters than any other firm. Vitagliano will ensure the highest levels of data security, in compliance with global regulations, and will partner closely with FRA’s Data Governance Advisory Services team to offer clients integrated, customized consulting and technology solutions under one roof.
“Tamara Vitagliano is among the most highly qualified and technical women in compliance today,” said Frances McLeod, FRA Co-Founding Partner and Co-Head of its Data Governance Practice. “She not only has expert knowledge of industry leading software, 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.”
Vitagliano brings more than 15 years’ experience helping clients around the world leverage innovative technology solutions to manage their most complex data governance and eDiscovery needs. 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), Vitagliano is one of the most credentialed and experienced practitioners in the industry. She is particularly expert in complex data collection, processing, review, analysis, and production, and 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.
Vitagliano joined FRA in 2015 as an Associate Director in its Forensic Accounting practice, and is based in its Washington, DC office. She earned an Executive MBA from Boston University’s Questrom School of Management, and a BS in Accounting with minors in Computer Information Systems and Spanish from the State University of New York College of Geneseo.