Archive for the 'Information Governance' Category

There is no doubt that business decisions based on proven data have the best chance of being the most successful in any campaign, strategy or operation. Gathering the  required data from the proper systems and then massaging it into the best format for consumption will power the most successful data driven decisions.  In this podcast, we will delve into the deepest reaches of datamining to strike the most valuable information and then refine and process it into consumable reports and end products to ensure success.

@Jack Recinto
Senior Applications Director, Vedder Price P.C
@Alisher Yuldashev,
Business Technology Advisory Manager, Borden Ladner Gervais

Paul Wilner, 
Data and Analytical Consultant and Statistical Analysis Instructor

​​Recorded on 06-04-2021

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Join us in learning the perspectives of three eDiscovery practitioners on two common scenarios that lawyers may encounter. In this podcast, we will address archiving and destruction, returning of evidence.

All opinions or personal views expressed are their own and not those of their organizations. As the title mentions, this will be a series of podcasts highlighting practical considerations when talking to your lawyers about data. We encourage you to follow the series and provide feedback in the evaluation link below!

@Charles Neal -
 Litigation Support/eDiscovery Manager, Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL

Podcast Speakers:
@Jennifer Bernstein -
 Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, ‎JPMorgan Chase & Co.
@Kate Collum
VP - US Operations Manager, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
@Cameron Herzog - Director of IT, Brownstein Rask LLP 

Recorded on 05-28-2021

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You’ve received an alert that you have a critical vulnerability within your environment. Now what? Is relying on the alerted risk rating and score sufficient? In this podcast session, the speaker will discuss what needs to be done after the vulnerability has been identified to assist you in understanding the risk to your firm and ensuring the risks are dealt with appropriately and in accordance with your firms risk management strategy.

@David Whale - ​Director Information Security , Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP

Jon Rohrich - Cybersecurity Technical Architect, ‎Microsoft

Recorded on 5-17-2021

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We hear a lot, lately, about law firms developing new ways to deliver solutions to clients. Some law firms have spun off software development offerings while others have embedded application developers in their practice. New tools make it easier to develop new solutions, as well. This podcast panel of law firm experts will discuss their experiences – and lessons learned – in developing software solutions for clients.

@Caroline Sweeney - Director of Knowledge Management & Innovation, Dorsey & Whitney 
@Amy Monaghan - 
Senior Practice Innovations Manager, Perkins Coie 

@David Cohen - 
Partner, Reed Smith LLP
@Kristi Smith - Senior Manager of Innovation Solutions, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Recorded on 5-12-2021

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Without information, law firms wouldn’t exist. Information is front and center and critical to everything we do. As Law firms progress further down their digital road maps, it presents us with an opportunity to revisit our retention requirements and strategies to ensure they’re still relevant.

In this podcast session, the speaker will offer best practice recommendations for law firm data retention. Are we better to keep more or less? What must we keep and for how long? How do we get to a place where we’re only retain the minimal data footprint required?

@David Whale, Director Information Security , Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP

@John Churchill, Records Department Manager, Nelson Mullins

Recorded on 05-06-2021

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In this podcast, Chuck Barth, who is a experienced senior leader of information governance in law firms, will speak about information governance in the legal industry. Join him to find out why security/compliance specialists will need information governance skills in the year to come and beyond!

@Leigh Isaacs
CIGO, CIP, Director of Information Governance and Records Management, Proskauer

@Chuck Barth

Recorded on 2-15-2021​​

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While law firms continue to push applications to the cloud, there are still a whole host of systems currently on-premise. With limited resources and staff, how can a firm ensure their on-premise applications are safe? In this podcast, experts will discuss the resources available to firms to ensure their external facing systems are secure, some common misconfigurations that can be easily corrected, and provide some best practices for continuous threat monitoring.

@David Whale, Information Security Manager, Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP

Brian Carey, Manager, Consulting Services, Rapid7
Jon David, Manager, Proactive Services, Mandiant Services

Recorded on 1-22-2021

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Please enjoy this podcast that will discuss key litigation support/eDiscovery considerations during mergers.

Specifically, the podcast will cover the following key considerations:

  • Business continuity for electronic discovery to support firm/corporation needs
  • Technology and software
  • Data and documentation integration
  • Staff and roles
  • Normalization of operating procedures
  • The Soft Skills (this will be an underlying theme across the 5 topics above)

@Richard Brooman - Litigation Support Senior Manager, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
@Steven Heitz - Litigation Technology Manager, Troutman Pepper eMerge LLC

Recorded on 1/14/2021

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In this micro-learning podcast, the speaker will share a few tips you should consider before you go on video that will make the overall experience a lot more successful.

@Josh Lazar - ​​Chief Information Officer, Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court

Recorded on 07-02-2020

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Both the need for security and privacy compliance and the use of data analytics have become part of the regular course of business for many firms.  During this snackable podcast, Jeff Watson, Data Science Team Lead, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP and Lisa Mayo, Director of Data Management, Ballard Spahr, will discuss the challenges that exist at the intersection of compliance and analytics.  They will touch on how a firm’s security and privacy needs impact the creation and use of advanced analytics, and ways that firms can design analytics models on top of regulated data without risking violating regulations or the privacy of the consumer in an environment where policies on the data could be in a constant state of change.

@Karen Allen
 – Manager, Information Governance Technology, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP

@Lisa Mayo – Director of Data Management, Ballard Spahr
@Jeff Watson – Data Science Team Lead, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP​​​

Recorded: 12-10-2019

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