2014 July
How do you encrypt and transfer data to support your organization’s needs?  This is a timely discussion with peer firm’s that are addressing the encryption process for data that his transferred to or from your organization.  The discussion covers a few key considerations including:  
  • Why do we need to move data?  It is  important to identify your needs.
  • How do you remain in control of the data at each step? 
  • Choosing a encryption solution that meets the needs of the client, vendor, firm, and/or government agency.
  • Cost of deployment.
  • Speed and efficiency considerations.

Stephen Dooley is the Senior Manager of Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support at Sullivan & Cromwell which is about an 800 attorney international firm.  Stephen is a member of the ILTA Litigation and Practice Support Steering Committee.

Scott Rolf is the CIO at Tucker Ellis LLP, a 185 attorney firm based in Cleveland, Ohio.  Scott is a the Technical Operations Team Coordinator for the 2014 ILTA Conference in Nashville.

Vern Cole is the Security Architect for Perkins Coie, a 900 attorney firm based primarily in the US with some Asia presence. Vern is a member of the LegalSEC Steering Committee. 

Conventional networks have been around for decades, proprietary protocols, interoperability issues have plagued network engineers to utilize multi-vendor architectures.  ASIC based network switches and routers have come a long way but are reaching speed and compatibility constraints.  Software Defined Networking looks to be the network architecture of the future and is being driven by customers. 

Moderator:  David Tremont, Director of Infrastructure, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP

Speaker:  Jarrod Mills, Data Center Principal Consultant at Accudata Systems

Jarrod’s focus is designing, implementing, and troubleshooting Data Center and Cloud networks. He has a strong background in implementation, design, and configuration of large enterprise networks. Jarrod has been working with Cisco and Juniper Systems routing and switching products for 15 years and has been working in the IT industry for more than 18 years. He has an in-depth understanding of multi-vendor converged infrastructure designs and products.

He is a CCIE in 4 areas of practice; Data Center, Security, Route Switch and Service Provider.  Jarrod also earned his JD at Texas Tech School of Law

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