InfoGov as a Critical 1st Step to the EDRM

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Matt Mahon, Andrew Spett, Esq. and Eric Parish

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In this webinar, our EDRM and CIGO-certified experts will discuss how Information Governance (InfoGov) is truly the critical and foundational first step to the EDRM. We’ll cover, a brief history of InfoGov and explain why all eDiscovery and legal practitioners need to treat it as a key component to the EDRM – and how to do so. Also learn: • Risk, privacy, compliance concerns related to InfoGov • How cost savings from eDiscovery matters could fund an entire InfoGov program • Why collecting targeted data, properly, will save resources • How to start your InfoGov program today Speakers: Matt Mahon has 14-years’ experience with Ricoh supporting organizations with information governance and litigation support strategies including data remediation, litigation hold, preservation, collection, data processing, review, and production. Matt lectures widely on the topics including IoT, the impact of Emojis and social media in workplace communications, data governance, and eDiscovery. Andrew Spett, Esq. has more than 25-years of experience in the legal vertical and has been in the Information Governance, Computer Forensic, and eDiscovery fields since 2006. Andrew presently works as an information governance consultant, with subject-matter expertise in eDiscovery, with Ricoh USA. He is a Certified Information Governance Officer (CIGO) and Information Governance Professional (IGP). Eric Parish is an Information Governance Professional and eDiscovery expert with more than 17-years’ experience in the legal vertical. He is an information governance consultant for Ricoh USA Legal covering the Pacific Northwest and upper Midwest, helping organizations better manage, secure, and optimize data to improve decision making, reduce cost and minimize risk.

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