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Connie Wu, BD Director / Kate Basset, Product Management / Mandy Klin, HRIT ManagerRecorded: Oct 23 201933 mins
The world of HR today is changing. The talent pool is becoming more global and tech-savvy, and candidates expect a superior online and mobile experience. HR organizations are looking to improve onboarding, increase employee satisfaction and focus HR staff away from paperwork.
DocuSign and Workday have partnered to create a platform that transforms HR. By eliminating manual, paper-based processes companies saving up to $46 per document and reducing turnaround time by 85%; all while increasing compliance and boosting candidate and employee satisfaction.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn why Workday chose to partner with DocuSign, and how the integration works and is driving value for US Acute Care solutions, including:
• 95% automation with very little manual intervention
• 85% reduction in turnaround time
• Significantly reduction in time spent by attorneys
• All in just 4-6 weeks
Joseph Loomis, CSO, CyberSponse and Steve Sunday, Principal Technical Engineer, AccessDataRecorded: Oct 16 201928 mins
When a data breach occurs, every second counts. With the new RESTful API from AccessData, organizations can now automate incident response, saving up to 40 minutes of analysis time per incident. When an attack is detected by an organization’s cybersecurity software, like CyberSponse, the #1 security, orchestration, automation and incident response solution, the API alerts the AD Enterprise agent and initiates a collection job within moments of the attack, immediately preserving data related to the root cause of the breach.
Join us on Thursday, August 22nd at 2:00 pm ET for a 60-minute webinar co-presented by AccessData and CyberSponse. In this webinar, you’ll understand how automation can facilitate faster, more secure incident response and you'll see firsthand how the integration between these two platforms using the new AccessData API triggers automated forensics, dramatically accelerating incident response. Collected evidence is then immediately available for analysis in AD Enterprise. Join us to see a live demo of the integration!
Dr Claire Irvine (Partner, HGF), Douglas Drysdale (Partner, HGF)Recorded: Oct 10 201967 mins
CRISPR gene-editing continues to hit the headlines regularly as a ground-breaking technology with many millions now flowing into companies seeking to exploit the technology in both the therapeutic and agricultural fields. Unfortunately, the IP landscape continues to lack clarity with possibility of divergence between Europe and the US.
This webinar will provide an update on the CRISPR IP saga and seek to shine light on the interplay between the latest chapter in the US, starting with new interference proceedings instigated by the USPTO, and opposition and appeal proceedings affecting key European patents at the European Patent Office. With oral proceeding now scheduled for early February 2020 for the opposition to the basic European patent of the University of California et al. and availability of a non-binding preliminary opinion on the arguments from the opposition board, it is an apt time for review of the main focus of the battle - coverage of CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing in eukaryotic cells. The webinar will also discuss the considerations for those needing to think about freedom-to–operate in the absence of resolution of a standard for CRISPR gene-editing for therapy and the growing number of
claims outside the main battle lines.
This webinar is aimed at those wishing to hear about the latest developments in the CRISPR IP landscape whether in the commercial, academic, legal or patent world. With the CRISPR IP saga not evidently close to the final chapter, it will also provide an opportunity to raise questions which may arise from the on–going lack of clarity.
Keith Lockhart, VP Strategic Programs, AccessData, Richard Hickman, Mgr—Digital Forensics & Incident Response, Eide BaillyRecorded: Oct 9 201950 mins
Join us as we kick off Part 1 of 4 in our Cybersecurity Awareness Month webinar series, with a replay of this informative webinar.
More and more cybersecurity experts agree: it may no longer be a matter of if, but when an organization will be breached—either by accident, employee misconduct or malicious attack. What do you do when the inevitable happens? By acting responsibly and responsively, a company can save itself significant penalties and reputational damage. During this webinar, you’ll discover best practices for effectively navigating today’s alphabet soup of evolving data privacy regulations—including the GDPR, CCPA and other US and international data privacy rules—in the event of a breach:
• Understand responsibilities and ramifications of ever-tightening data privacy rules
• Minimize damages and mitigate risk exposure with rapid response strategies
• Identify various breach threats and common network vulnerabilities
• Analyze key learnings from prominent breach events
• See how technology can help you investigate, automate and document key processes
Dennis Kengo Oka, Senior Solutions Architect, Synopsys & Rikke Kuipers, Product Manager, SynopsysRecorded: Oct 8 201958 mins
In the past few years, cybersecurity has become more intertwined into each step of the automotive development process. In particular, fuzz testing has proven to be a powerful approach to detect unknown vulnerabilities in automotive systems. However, with limited instrumentation, especially on systems such as in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system and telematics units, there are several types of issues that go undetected, such as memory leaks and cases where the application crashes but restarts quickly. Since these systems are typically based on operating systems providing more functionality such as Linux and Android, it is possible to use appropriate tools to collect additional information from the system under test (SUT) to determine whether there were any exceptions detected during the fuzz testing. Furthermore, it would be possible to gather more details about the detected exceptions on the SUT which helps developers to better understand and identify the root cause of the issues and fix the problems more efficiently. To this end, we introduce the Agent Instrumentation Framework and explain how it can be used to improve fuzz testing of IVIs and telematics units. We show how additional information can be collected from the target system and used to identify whether there are exceptions on the SUT and additionally help developers identify the underlying cause of any issues detected. Finally, to showcase the effectiveness of the agent instrumentation framework we built a test bench based on this approach and performed fuzz testing on multiple SUTs. Based on our findings we highlight several examples of issues that would have not been detected unless we used agent instrumentation.
Jessica R. Gross, Data Privacy & Security Attorney, Sheppard Mullin and Melissa Singleton, Account Executive, AccessDataRecorded: Oct 2 201964 mins
As spiraling data breach incidents drive heightened privacy concerns, states are turning to the law to help control how organizations handle sensitive consumer data. With the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), California is the first US state to pass a comprehensive new consumer protection law, which will go in to force on January 1, 2020.
The CCPA includes significant changes to give consumers more control over their personal data, and regulate how organizations can collect and store private information on their customers. And it’s only the beginning – in the wake of CCPA, other states are introducing their own new privacy regulations. With just a few short months until CCPA is in force, organizations should already be taking action now to prepare. But where do you begin?
During this webinar, co-presented by AccessData and Sheppard Mullins, we’ll discuss everything related to CCPA, including:
• What the new law means for any organization across the US that is collecting data on California residents
• Current areas of contention in the law, the current advice on these issues and how new legislative developments are addressing these areas
• Best practices and tips for enforcing CCPA at your organization
• How you can leverage technology to manage data privacy
• And more!
This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.
Irad Deutsch, CTO, Belong.Life and Phil Odence, GM, SynopsysRecorded: Sep 26 201957 mins
On the buy side of a tech deal and want to better understand sellers? Selling a company and want to benefit from the experience of someone who’s been there (and been there and been there)?
Building a successful software company takes a lot of blood, sweat, and tears. When a liquidity opportunity presents itself, sellers want to make sure they get the best deal they can, and quickly. During due diligence, the potential acquirer will delve into all facets of the technology. The more prepared the sell side is, the fewer issues will arise, and the smoother the transaction will be.
What do buyers need, and what can prepared sellers do to streamline the process? Security, quality, and the intellectual property rights of the software are critical. Buyers, sellers, and their legal advisors need to be comfortable that no big technical issues will crop up post-close. Plus, they want to know that they have absolute and uncontested rights to the software assets—in particular, that there are no issues with open source licenses.
Irad Deutsch, CTO of Belong.Life, has successfully made it through the process with two companies and has it down to a science for his third. Join Irad and Synopsys’ Phil Odence as they discuss the seller’s perspective, lessons learned on the seller’s side, and how to prepare for the M&A tech due diligence process.
Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.
Kristin Tyler, (LAWCLERK ) & Dan Lear (Right Brain Law)Recorded: Sep 24 201950 mins
Want to grow your firm? Historically, you could charge more per hour or hire an associate. But what if there was a third way? Technology facilitates access to high-quality legal expertise at a surprisingly reasonable cost. Using freelance and contract legal help, you can do more work, grow your firm, and help more clients. But, as is the case with everything for a lawyer, it's important to be mindful of the business and, of course, ethical implications of working with freelance attorneys.
In this program, Dan Lear, attorney and legal technology evangelist, and Kristin Tyler, attorney and Co-Founder of LAWCLERK (a marketplace for freelance legal help), will lay the business and ethical groundwork to help growth-driven attorneys understand how they can use freelance legal help to achieve their law firm business goals.
*This presentation is geared at solo and small firm attorneys who need a flexible way to staff up their cases with freelance lawyers from time to time, or on a regular basis.
*The presentation will walk through the ethical - and practical - concerns as well as solutions when an attorney outsources to freelance lawyers.
*This course offers an informative, frank, and even fun discussion about how to apply the freelance legal ecosystem to up-level your legal practice.
Kristin Clark, Co-Founder, LAWCLERK
Dan Lear, Chief Instigator, Right Brain Law
Nakul Goenka and Chris Fontaine, ColorTokensRecorded: Sep 24 201955 mins
Law firms make an easy and obvious choice for hackers due to the nature and amount of confidential information they access and store on behalf of their clients. The number of attacks on law firms continues to rise steadily in the last few years and todays’ existing security solutions don’t seem to have a meaningful impact. It’s time for a radically different approach to protect the modern law firm and its business. This webinar, featuring industry experts, will discuss a new Zero-Trust approach to protect law firms.
Robert Rosenzweig, SVP, Risk Strategies CompanyRecorded: Sep 24 201947 mins
Ransomware & business email compromise incidents collectively make up 42 percent of reported Cyber Risk incidents handled by the Insurance marketplace in 2017 according to NetDiligence’s® 2018 Cyber Claims study.Today, malware is becoming more destructive while ransom demands and associated costs are on the rise. Join this timely Webinar to learn about current risks affecting organizations of all sizes and walk away with actionable tips to prevent attacks and improve your resiliency.
Christine Kennedy, Managing Director of Client Services, Major, Lindsey & AfricaRecorded: Oct 15 201937 mins
Pairing our world-class staffing capability with an extremely powerful and unique search engine, Smart-Look Analytics™ review services is a technology-optimized human capital solution that will help you address a broad range of business needs—from due diligence and post-merger integration analysis to regulatory compliance reviews and business health audits. Discover what it can do for you.
Mike Fowler - VP of Professional Services, DFLabs, and John Moran - Senior Product Manager, DFLabsRecorded: Sep 24 201950 mins
Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) today is more than simply a buzzword. For many organizations, it is becoming a primary focus for their SOCs and/or CSIRTs as a solution for addressing the numerous daily security operations challenges they face, as well as a means to improve their operational effectiveness and efficiency, and more importantly their incident response capabilities.
The evolution of SOAR is in full motion, moving from the product funneling stage to now seeing the strongest vendors and solutions continue to evolve their SOAR capabilities, while others fall by the wayside or get swallowed up by larger companies.
Watch this webinar to learn about the evolution of SOAR, what a SOAR solution should include according to Gartner, and how DFLabs and its innovative and award-winning IncMan SOAR platform meets and exceeds Gartner’s SOAR criteria, and the industry's evolving expectations with its unique features and capabilities.
- Unravel the key customer pain points, challenges and evolving expectations
- Discover the key requirements a SOAR solution must meet
- Review Gartner’s recommendations when implementing a full SOAR solution
- Examine how DFLabs meets and exceeds Gartner’s SOAR criteria
- And more
Rich Reyes, EVP Software Advisory at Connor Consulting & Cory Wheeler, Co-Founder & VP of Customer Success/Services at ZyloRecorded: Sep 19 201930 mins
SAM professionals drive vendor compliance, operational efficiencies, and ROI across the business. However, the introduction of SaaS has drastically impacted traditionally centralized IT and license management. Now that 70% of application spend is sourced outside of IT budgets according to IDC, what role do SAM practitioners play in building and maintaining modern ITAM strategies? How are SAM practitioners affected?
This 30-minute webinar will focus on:
●The evolution of ITAM
●The difference between SAM and SaaS Management
●The competitive advantage of evolving a career alongside the growth of SaaS
●The future of ITAM, inclusive of both SAM and SaaS management.
Zylo co-founder Cory Wheeler will utilize his experience of building procurement teams both in the on-prem and SaaS world to discuss the evolution of ITAM organization which led to the founding of Zylo.
He will be joined by Connor Consulting Executive VP Rich Reyes who will leverage his experience from building a sustainable ITAM practice at a Fortune 100 retailer and leading the Global Software Advisory (SA) practice at Connor Consulting to inform this discussion.
Doug Austin and Tom O'ConnorRecorded: Sep 18 201962 mins
eDiscovery isn’t just about emails and Office documents anymore. Newer sources of electronically stored information (ESI) and newer devices from which those sources are accessed are causing an explosion of data volumes and a proliferation of data sources that is unprecedented. And, millennials’ use of technology is a primary driver in the proliferation of these newer sources and devices, changing the paradigm of where potentially responsive ESI may need to be identified, preserved and collected. This CLE-approved* webcast session will discuss how evolving technology trends are impacting eDiscovery today and how to think like a millennial to stay on top of those developing trends. Key topics include:
+ Understanding Millennials and How They Differ from Previous Generations
+ Drivers for Millennials’ Thinking Today
+ How Litigation Support and eDiscovery Has Evolved Over the Years
+ Challenges Posed by BIG Data and Variety of Data Sources
+ Ethical Duties and Rules for Understanding Technology
+ Impact of Millennials on Legal Technology and eDiscovery
+ Your Clients May Have More ESI Than You Think
+ Recommendations for Addressing Today and Future Technology Challenges
Doug Austin is the Vice President of Products and Services for CloudNine. Doug has over 30 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients. Doug is also the editor of the CloudNine sponsored eDiscovery Daily blog, which is a trusted resource for eDiscovery news and analysis, and has received a JD Supra Readers Choice Award as the Top eDiscovery Author for 2017 and 2018.
Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
Amy Skeeters-Behrens, Exec. Director DocuSign ImpactRecorded: Sep 18 201934 mins
Saving paper means saving trees. Discover your organization’s environmental impact stats as a result of using DocuSign eSignature and find out how you compare to various benchmarks. Hear how sustainability leaders are using DocuSign to scale their impact and why paper reduction is a critical component of their environmental programs.
Eric Goldman, Emily Yu, Christian Auty, and Casey SullivanRecorded: Sep 11 201970 mins
Some of the greatest discovery challenges today aren’t arising from litigation, but from a new regime of privacy laws. The latest—and in some ways most challenging—of those laws is the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA.
For organizations with even slight connections to California, and for those law firms advising them, the CCPA can create pressing new obstacles for compliance and data access.
Join Logikcull and an expert-packed panel for an upcoming webinar on the CCPA, the responsibilities it creates, and strategies to reduce the burden of compliance.
Eric Goldman, Professor, Santa Clara University School of Law
Emily Yu, Privacy, Policy and Compliance Director, Roblox
Christian Auty, Counsel, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Jeferson Staelens (Orbit Seed), Alessia Parassina (Brandstock), Peter Scott (WIPR)Recorded: Sep 10 201957 mins
WIPR and Brandstock are hosting a complimentary webinar on the exciting possibilities blockchain offers copyright owners.
Our expert speakers will guide listeners through the latest blockchain developments, including the security of blockchain tools, the value of blockchain-stamped evidence, and the improvements it can make to licence agreements—plus much more.
John Moran - Senior Product Manager, DFLabs and Heather Hixon - Senior Solutions Architect, DFLabsRecorded: Sep 5 201957 mins
Efficiency and effectiveness are key when it comes to security operations and incident response in terms of both humans and the tools being used. Having the ability to identify and investigate alerts, reduce false positives and respond to the threats that need action in the fastest possible time frame is crucial.
With increasing numbers of cyber attacks affecting today’s organizations, security analysts are continuously bogged down with a seemingly never-ending stream of alerts that need to be investigated. At DFLabs we believe security teams shouldn't have to sift through this plethora of alerts, wasting precious time and effort with mundane and repetitive tasks to gather the important information they need to identify if the threat is legitimate or a false positive, before then responding to those that need further action in order to be mitigated.
By utilizing a sophisticated Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) solution, such as IncMan SOAR from DFLabs, providing end-to-end incident management with customizable systems and flexibility, automated incident response, dual mode orchestration and more, security operations teams are able to respond more effectively to all alerts, freeing up valuable analyst time which can be used to proactively investigate and hunt for more complex threats.
Join this webinar to learn what SOAR really is, the key benefits it has to offer, the pain points it can help to resolve, as well as how the unique features and capabilities of DFLabs’ solution can transform your security operations and incident response programs regardless of their size or maturity to keep up with the next-generation cyber attacks affecting our organizations.
- The Key Components of SOAR
- SecOps Challenges SOAR Can Solve
- The DFLabs Difference
- An Insight into IncMan SOAR in Action
Iain Armstrong (Partner, HGF), Peter Scott (Editor-in-Chief, LSIPR)Recorded: Sep 3 201962 mins
Immunotherapies, such as CAR-T cells, are a hugely promising therapeutic area, both in terms of clinical benefits and potential market size.
While the treatments are complicated and expensive, they have proven remarkably effective in achieving positive outcomes in forms of cancer that are otherwise difficult to treat. As a result, their clinical use has recently been approved in both the US and Europe.
The webinar will consider how commercial and technological developments have also impacted patent filings in this area. As the field becomes increasingly crowded, the likelihood of obtaining very broad patent protection decreases. However, the number of patent filings continues to grow dramatically.
John Paul Keeler, Director of Solutions Consulting, PatSnapRecorded: Aug 29 201959 mins
In this live, one-hour webinar we’ll explore the key ways to leverage IP data so you can empower the R&D process, track and overtake competitors, and identify new opportunities for innovation.
The world of innovation is fast moving, ever evolving, and growing more complex than it ever has been. As a result, companies are constantly wrestling with the twists and turns of the R&D lifecycle and need to manage it in more effective ways to remain ahead of the curve. The best way to do that is to put IP data on the agenda and use it to accelerate your innovation.
Robert Hilson, Casey Sullivan, Mary MackRecorded: Aug 27 201965 mins
When it comes to recouping discovery expenses, is your cost recovery process as effective as it could be? Are you are able to reduce billing challenges and anticipate areas of client pushback? And where do you stand compared to your peers?
Join us for this upcoming webinar as we survey cost recovery benchmarks, based off Logikcull’s recent survey of over 100 law firms.
Register for the webinar to learn:
How effective common bill back approaches are
What percentage of discovery costs the average law firm recoups
Where law firms experience the most challenges with discovery billing
What prompts client push back and write-offs
Rich Reyes, EVP of Software Advisory at Connor Consulting and Alex Geuken, CEO, North Europe of XensamRecorded: Aug 26 201944 mins
The evolution of Software Asset Management (SAM) is upon us as the latest trends such as cloud, IoT and digitization are making it more difficult than ever to track, manage and drive a positive ROI for IT investments. With a changing technology landscape, companies require a more modern and agile approach to SAM that incorporates the power of enterprise data, strategic program governance, and repeatable processes. Join Rich Reyes, EVP of Software Advisory at Connor Consulting and Alex Geuken, CEO, North Europe of Xensam as they discuss factors impacting IT and SAM, leading practices to modernize your license management program, and recommendations on how smart technology with thought leadership can get you there.
Tony Decicco & Leon Schwartz, GTC Law, Phil Odence, SynopsysNov 14 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
Companies’ use of open source software has surpassed the occasional and solidified itself as mainstream. Effectively identifying and managing the compliance and security risks associated with open source software can be a difficult task. Whether you’re acquiring another company, preparing for acquisition or simply wanting to manage the use of open source, the universal first step is to figure out the composition of the code, often via an audit. But what do you do once you have the audit report?
Join us for this live webinar to learn best practices before and after an open source audit. We’ll cover how to:
•Select and prepare the code base
•Get the most out of an audit
•Implement a third-party software policy
Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.