Well governed information should provide value beyond the institution. Please join us for a discussion on how your IG program can provide value to your clients. Maria Richardson and Diane Ibarra share their experiences and thoughts regarding IG controls, processes, compliance and the relationship to firm clients.
Kathryn McRae - Director of Research and Knowledge Services, Hawkins, Delafield & Wood
Diane Ibarra - Director of Records and Information Management, Hughes, Hubbard & Reed, LLP
Maria Richardson - Associate Director, Global Records & Information Governance, White & Case, LLP
In 2018, the Sedona Conference released a commentary on Corporate Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) for legal professionals, involving data management, ediscovery practices, policy development and employee protection considerations. The core components of this commentary are five principles that impact considerations for a BYOD program within a corporate organization.
As corporate organizations move into situations where BYOD is a business direction, it's important for legal professionals in these organizations to consider what a BYOD program consists of, how employee and organizational goals and protections are considered, and why ediscovery plays a role in the development of a BYOD program.
In this ILTA Radio installment, a panel of legal industry professionals discusses the Sedona Conference commentary's five principles, scenarios on how legal business dynamics are structured for a BYOD program, risks and what goes in to making a program work.
Jack Thompson (Moderator) - Sr. Manager, eDiscovery & Legal Operations, Sanofi
Kemoy Foster - eDiscovery Manager, Swiss Re
Kim-An Hernandez - Senior Counsel for Information Technology + eDiscovery + Knowledge Management, International Paper
Bonnie Kennedy - eDiscovery Manager, Delta Air Lines
Recorded on 8-1-18
Join Prevalent's CEO, Jonathan Dambrot, and Third-Party Evangelist, Brenda Ferraro, with their featured guest, Peter Lesser, the Director of Global Technology at Skadden, ARPS., as they discuss how fourth parties, certifications and incident response scenario-based tests are key to third-party assurance and resiliency. Learn how the legal sector tasted success, forming the Prevalent Legal Vendor Network community faster than any other sector by collaborating and agreeing on a single third-party framework, questionnaire, assessment and remediation ecosystem.
Recorded on 6-14-18
Join Panel members from Session RRMPG1 What Litigation Support Professionals need to know about Information Governance as they talk briefly about their Monday, August 19th, 11:00 am session.