Organizations today, both private and public, should be excited about what is happening with their data and their networks, as advancements in technology have finally caught up with the requirements necessary to handle and manage via controls and classification, any volume of data, regardless of magnitude, in any repository, in any geography, behind the firewall or in the cloud or in a hybrid environment. Organizations can get more value from information assets now due to technology and data mining. However, the rewards of data value must be considered with the risk of a network compromise and the related data privacy and cybersecurity obligations.
In this expert presentation a panel of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery experts will present and describe a framework for deploying and enhancing organizational information governance programs. These programs, when adequately implemented, should ensure cyber-incident preparedness and help organizations demonstrate reasonable security measures for sensitive assets.
+ Balancing Risk and Value: Obligations and Opportunities
+ A Programmatic Approach to Information Governance: From NIST to IG Integration Hub
+ Anywhere and Anytime: Considering Network Vulnerability
+ To Trust or Not to Trust: Working Toward the Zero Trust Architecture
+ Defensible Data Disposition and Remediation: From Development to Framework
+ Sanitized for Your Protection: NIST Guidelines for Media Sanitization
+ Avoid Boiling the Ocean: A Reasonable Cybersecurity Framework
+ Tying It All Together: Questions to Ask Your Vendors
+ Matthew Miller – Senior Vice President of Information Governance and Data Privacy, HaystackID
+ Ashish Prasad – Vice President and General Counsel, HaystackID
+ Michael Sarlo – Chief Innovation Officer and President of Global Investigation Services, HaystackID
+ John Wilson Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics, HaystackID