Remote Security for Distributed Workforces: Review Challenges and Considerations

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John Wilson, Jordan Ellington, Todd Mattson, and Michael Sarlo

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[Replay Note] Voice quality improves at approximately 3 minutes and 30 seconds into the presentation. In today's COVID-constrained world, it is estimated by industry analysts that now that more than 90% of all legal reviews are done remotely. This new remote world and its highly decentralized review landscape have introduced more complex security challenges demanding sophisticated security capabilities, all without changing the demanding efficiency and efficacy requirements of audit, investigation, and litigation-driven reviews. In this expert presentation, enterprise security experts, data and legal document review authorities, and industry-leading technology innovators will share how organizations are preparing and responding to increasing security and privacy challenges in today's remote world where distributed workforces are now the rule, not the exception. Webcast Highlights + What is Different About Remote Security? Considerations and Challenges + What is the Difference Between Nice to Have and Need to Have? Three Generations of Remote Security + Do Layers Matter? Layered Security Approach Examples and Considerations + From Concept to Execution: A Practical Roadmap for Secure Remote Review Presenting Experts + John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE - CISO and President of Forensics at HaystackID + Jordan Ellington – Founder and CEO of SecureReview + Todd L. Mattson, Chief, Practice Systems & Services, Covington & Burling LLP + Michael Sarlo, EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA - Chief Innovation Officer and President of Global Investigation Services at HaystackID
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