Complex information governance challenges require a comprehensive and complete approach to understanding an organization's data profile through the lenses of compliance, privacy, and litigation. Data mapping is a critical component of this understanding. The practices, protocols, and processes around this vital component can make the difference between an organization's comfort or concern regarding its data profile.
In this presentation industry experts will share how to consider and operationalize data mapping processes utilized in the planning, preparation, and migration of complex data sets consisting of high-risk, sensitive, and low-risk data requiring management and migration.
+ The Importance of Data Mapping
+ Strategy to Tactics: Data Mapping Considerations
+ Documentation and Data Mapping: A Key to Success
+ Working the Workflow: From Protocols to Processes
+ Technology Matters: Tools and Techniques
+ Overcoming Challenges: Compliance, Privacy, and Litigation
+ Reporting: From DSARs to Discovery
+ Jonathan Flood – Mr. Flood is the Director of EU Discovery Ops at HaystackID. Jonathan is a thought leader who has worked with top-tier law firms in Ireland, in addition to vendors, financial institutions, government agencies, and regulatory bodies.
+ Justine Sim - Ms. Sim is an Information Technology Analyst for John Deere.
+ Jennifer Hamilton, JD – Ms. Hamilton is the Deputy GC for Global Discovery and Privacy at HaystackID. Jenny is the former head of John Deere's Global Evidence Team.
+ Michael Amaral - As the Director of Global Client Advisory, Mr. Amaral leads the Privacy Management Technology group at HaystackID. Mr. Amaral is a technologist with over 20 years of experience helping companies solve complex data problems in compliance, governance, privacy, and litigation matters.