Rith Kem Managing Director, Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence – Americas
Control Risks

Rith Kem is a Managing Director within Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics, and Intelligence, practice in the Americas region. He’s responsible for leading and building custom solutions for corporations and global law firms to process and analyze large data volumes for eDiscovery and Information Governance.

Rith’s recent consulting experience includes:

– Providing a secure on-site data assessment for a large scale insurance company that services 85% of the Fortune 100 companies. The assessment involved creating data maps and leveraging technology to quickly index 60TB of data repositories to identify inefficient practices, risk and redundant information which was approximately 40% of the population.
– Collaborating with Latin American clients and law firms to scope and develop optimized solutions for effective data management and hosting within document review platforms.
– Assisted a large physical therapy company with analyzing EMC email archives for an investigation to identify missing funds and falsified claims. Implemented a solution to connect directly to the mail archive thus bypassing the need for standard collections and additional overhead costs.

Before joining Control Risks, Rith was a Managing Director at FTI Consulting. Rith was leader in their Technology Services segment focused on data processing, custom application development, software-as-a-service, and predictive analytics. Prior to FTI, Rith served as a contract consultant with the U.S. Army and assisted with distributing government funded compensation rewards for injured combat veterans.

Rith has a BA in Decision Sciences and Information Management Systems from George Mason University and is a Certified Microsoft SQL administrator. He is an industry leader that has worked and evaluated an array of technologies for corporations including Nuix, Relativity, Ringtail and Indexing Engines. Rith has spoken to various government agencies including the SEC and the Department of Treasury on managing eDiscovery. He has also co-presented on EDRM sponsored webinars.