The protection of your organization's trade secrets, collected PII data, and confidential matters are your top priority. The same is an attractive asset for thousands of hackers around the world looking to profit or gain a competitive advantage that could damage the integrity and success of your organization’s objectives.
In this webinar, join three seasoned cybersecurity experts as they present the trends in cyberespionage and discuss:
• What makes organizations vulnerable to cyberespionage
• Why cyberespionage activity can vary across industries based on hacking drivers
• How a combined security approach that focuses not just on external threat actors but also privileged insiders can help identify spying activity in the enterprise
It’s universally accepted that technology assisted review (TAR) speeds review and reduces costs, but many attorneys are still loathe to use it. In the eDJ Group’s recently released 2015 PC-TAR survey, nearly 40% of respondents say they are using TAR less than 5% of the time on their cases. While a majority of respondents say they have tried it, it’s clear that TAR hasn’t crossed the chasm as a go to tool for the legal community yet. Join Greg Buckles, eDJ co-founder and Tammy Doss, VP of Business Operations at Ipro, as they dig into what the survey and interview findings show for analytics and TAR usage and trends as we move into 2016.
Please join us on Thursday, December 3, 2015, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central as we present the free EDRM webinar, “Practical Options for US Litigators and Investigators Dealing with EU Data,” sponsored by EDT.
Since early October when the Court of Justice of the European Union deemed the Safe Harbor regime for European data transfers to the US to be invalid, many organizations have struggled to evolve their information management strategies to accommodate the changing international data privacy landscape.
While there are concerted diplomatic efforts underway to establish a robust new trans-Atlantic data transfer framework, the negotiations, are intrinsically linked to personal privacy and national security perspectives so resolution and clarity may take some time. Many litigators and investigators are, in the meantime, reeling in murky waters of uncertainty.
How effective are the alternative data transfer mechanisms? What are their limitations and how can these be addressed? Are there any new options available? Are different strategies needed for investigations as compared with discovery for litigation?
Join our EDRM webinar at 1pm on 3rd December 2015 to hear our international panel canvas key considerations and practical options for trans-Atlantic litigation and investigations in light of these recent developments.
This webinar is the final in a series of five practical sessions by the creators of the eMSAT-1. This webinar focuses on tying it all together: how to understand and act on the results obtained by completing the eMSAT.
Please join us on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central, as we present the free live EDRM webinar, "Away with Words: An Investigative Approach to eDiscovery,” sponsored by LexisNexis.
In this webinar, our presenters will step you though an approach to eDiscovery that might not be so familiar to you: one grounded in data science, an investigative mindset, and a focus on the real end-game of discovery - bringing a case to a satisfactory resolution.
** Presenter **
Thomas A. Barnett, Special Counsel, eDiscovery and Data Science, Paul Hastings
** Moderators **
George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM
Join us as we demonstrate a new era in eDiscovery and a new innovation created to solve one of the industry’s most pressing and costly problems – disconnected and inefficient workflows. Currently, we batch data into containers to accommodate the limits of the processing tools we use. Breaking up data comes at signification cost, however: time. It takes time to create the batches, run each batch, and make sure that the batch ran properly without introducing errors. To eliminate the starts, stops and errors Ipro has introduced a patent-pending, continuous data streaming technology named, Automated Digital Discovery (ADD). By attending this webinar, you’ll see and in action and discuss how it unifies and simplifies the eDiscovery process.
Join us as we demonstrate a new era in eDiscovery and a new innovation created to solve one of the industry’s most pressing and costly problems – disconnected and inefficient workflows. Automation offers the ability to eliminate the usual starts and stops, as well as reduce many time-consuming human touch points while preparing data for review. By attending this session, you’ll learn how to avoid time delays, errors, and budget overruns common in today’s eDiscovery workflows.
Corporate data volumes are exploding exponentially, but legal budgets and court imposed deadlines are not keeping pace. It doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to recognize that reducing your time to knowledge can yield big dividends in cost containment and risk mitigation.
We can help you to see the bigger picture and better prepare for strategic project management, meaningful discovery negotiations, and informed proportionality arguments.
Our webinar will show you how you can use common investigative techniques to:
- Perform timeline and gap analysis
- Identify anomalies and trends
- Reduce the noise quickly and efficiently
- Find connections.
Our panel of security experts will cover the steps needed to appropriately respond to a data breach including how to:
- Engage with law enforcement (FBI and Secret Service)
- Work with general counsel on notifications steps, corporate communications, and preparation for post breach litigation
- Act on your Incident Response plan quickly and effectively
- Communicate the actions being taken to internal stakeholders including executive staff, and the board of directors
- Improve risk management by implementing lessons learned
- Improve your cyber resiliency through a realistic breach preparedness program.
Your featured speakers include:
- Chris Pogue - Senior Vice President, Cyber Threat Analysis, Nuix
- Erik Rasmussen - Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations for Global Payment Systems Risk, Visa Inc
- Alexander W. Major - Associate in the Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Practice Group, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
- Eduardo E. Cabrera - Vice President Cybersecurity Strategy, Trend Micro
Just when corporations began to stabilize their IT services, an explosion of new technologies emerge--economically compelling, but presenting general counsel with new legal complexities. This program outlines key strategies for managing the legal risks of doing business “in the cloud” as privacy and e-discovery collide with “unified communications“, VoIP, email-to-voice mail, etc.
E-discovery presents new challenges when discovery procedures collide against legal privacy requirements and the increased use of cloud computing solutions. Learn what these challenges are, and emerging business and technology solutions for achieving compliance
E-Discovery is creating enormous new forces upon limited corporate resources, yet vendors, law firms and consultants continue to resist delivering functional, responsive solutions to the real problems inside companies. This provocative keynote reveals 10 critical truths regarding the current market, and how companies must respond in order to truly gain control of their organizations and their information.
Unified communications challenge companies to navigate an increasing portfolio of laws governing content, monitoring and interception of communications and accessing stored records. Courts are also challenging the use of effective security on new UC solutions. Learn more in this valuable webcast.
E-Discovery is proving to be the litmus test for evaluating whether IT governance is actually working. Learn the critical questions that e-discovery requires to be answered, and how to leverage e-discovery to launch and improve IT governance projects and programs.
Security professionals are squarely on the firing line as courts increasingly demand that digital evidence--including e-mail--be authentic and reliable in order to be admitted into the court. THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY 10 DUE TO PERSONAL ILLNESS.
Echelon One CEO Bob West interviews Jeffrey Ritter, Esq., the author of a new book on the critical e-discovery questions, and uncovers the critical defensive strategies to be employed.
Until now, no tools have emerged that allow lawyers, IT professionals, records managers and e-discovery specialists to literally see their challenges--and plan their success! THIS BROADCAST IS BEING RESCHEDULED TO FEB. 20 DUE TO PERSONAL ILLNESS
This webcast introduces the CastleQuest Discovery Maps and how they are being used to transform the strategies and battle plans of today's e-discovery challenges.
Learn from Jeffrey Ritter, the creator of the CastleQuest Discovery Library, 10 winning strategies for how the CastleQuest Maps can deliver the path forward.
Understanding the critical business impacts of e-discovery is vital -- this program enables information security professionals to learn how to show new value for their programs and reduce e-discovery risks.
As the pressure for organizations to become PCI compliant increases, there are a number of common myths and mistakes around this process.
Brian Serra, Accuvant’s PCI Program Manager, will identify these myths and mistakes and how to address them.
Topics of discussion include:
• Understanding the 12 major requirements
• The complexity of PCI compliance
• The enforcement of PCI compliance
• PCI policy and standards requirements
• Significant control sets
Based on the nationally recognized best-seller, this program surveys the critical importance of evaluating the e-discovery capabilities of outside law firms and the economic risks of making the wrong choice. 13 key topics to investigate through dialogue and competitive bidding are reviewed. Extensive audience questions are encouraged!
Information Security professionals are increasingly asked to play critical roles in responding to legal requests for electronic records and information. Learn five key strategies for being prepared to perform your role--and survive the maelstroms of the e-discovery storms.