InfoGov: Getting Your Data House in Order to Avoid Litigation Costs and Risk


    Is your organization digging a “dark data” grave – one that is being filled with business information that will never be used again but is threatening financial and security risks?

    An effective information governance (IG) program can help mitigate those risks – and the Electronic Discovery Institute and ARMA International are partnering to help you learn how to develop or improve one.

    With a variety of sessions focused on showing you how to avoid over-preservation and understand the nuances of document production, teaching you about the newest solutions, and presenting real-world case studies, this one-day program will provide what you need to get your data house in order, seal up that grave, and avoid costly litigation.

    There are two opportunities to join this cutting-edge conversation:

    Seattle: June 27
    The W Seattle
    1112 4th Ave.

    Seattle, WA 98101

     
    Houston: June 30
    JW Marriott Houston (at The Galleria)
    5150 Westheimer Rd.

    Houston, TX 77056

     

     

    Registration fee: $299

    Who should attend:

    • General/corporate counsel
    • Paralegals
    • Information governance professionals
    • Anyone who must mitigate risk in the corporate environment

    Bios of facilitators

    CLE for Washington is pending at this time.

    4.75 CLE eligible for Texas and California.

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    Schedule/Bios

     

    8:00 a.m. – 9 a.m.:

    Morning registration and coffee

    9:15 a.m. – 10:05 a.m.:

    The Challenges of Over-Preservation: Information Governance to Avoid Risk and Litigation

    Companies and large data holders have recently reported total litigation costs of $400,000-$600,000 per gigabyte of data preserved. This is an enormous figure when so little of this junk data is actually used as evidence in trial. Learn how to get a handle on large archives and why it’s important to mitigate against litigation costs with effective governance programs.

    10:05 a.m.- 10:20 a.m.:

    Case Study (SEATTLE)

    Presented by: David Wallack, General Counsel, NightOwl 

    10:20 a.m. – 11:10 a.m.:

    New Compliance Features in IG Solutions

    Social Security numbers, credit card account information, and healthcare data have become the riskiest data either when at rest or in transit. Hear about the latest tools available to catch this data before it heads out the door. Also, learn about the tools used to investigate the aftermath of a data breach.

    11:10 a.m. – 11:40 a.m.:

    Networking Break

    11:40 a.m.-11:55 a.m.:

    Case Study (SEATTLE)

    Presented by: Jason Ray, Managing Director, FTI

    Case Study (HOUSTON)

    Presented by: David Wallack, General Counsel, NightOwl

    11:55 a.m. – 12: 55 p.m.:

    Using Predictive Coding CAR/TAR to Attack the Dark Data Problem

    Getting your data house in order can be a daunting task, especially when you don’t know what’s out there. Attend this session to learn about statistically defensible methodologies, such as predictive coding, that large data holders can use to take better control of their data and retire old archives with confidence.

    12:55 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.: LUNCH

    2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Evaluating the Compliance Risks of Privacy

    Embracing bring your own device (BYOD) can save organizations millions in cellular broadband data connections, but at what risk? A large data holder should clearly define BYOD users’ expectation of privacy, allocate necessary resources to visibly identify users’ personal data, and avoid comingling it with sensitive organization data. Learn how to evaluate your organization’s BYOD privacy risks.   

    3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.:

    Analysis of a Government Investigation: The Cost and Reasonableness of Analytics for Document Production

    As more and more agencies are turning to alternate review methodologies, understanding the use of predictive coding/computer-assisted review is more important than ever. Come hear about the Electronic Discovery Institute’s Oracle study and how one company assessed the performance of more than 18 providers in a real-life Department of Justice litigation.

    4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.:

    Happy Hour

    Bios of facilitators  

     

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