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ILTA: Mobility, Risk, and Policy: The Triumvirate of Information Governance

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Description
BYOD today, WYOD (Wear Your Own Device) tomorrow - as technologies and devices continue to evolve and global accessibility to data from any device becomes the norm, the security challenges related to mobility continue to mount. For those responsible for information governance in a law firm or law department, balancing the desire for mobile device use against the risks is becoming increasingly difficult. We will discuss the current state of affairs of security related to mobility and accessibility, the potential future pitfalls as new technologies emerge, and strategies for addressing them head on in your information governance model.
 
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this session, you will be able to:  
  1. Identify challenges to 'balance' between what attorneys are demanding (mobility, choice, functionality) and security/risk concerns  
  2. Recognize new technologies that will be available (ie: wearable) and how our lawyers will demand to use them 
  3. Identify challenges to 'balance' between what attorneys are demanding (mobility, choice, functionality) and security/risk concerns  
  4. Discuss approaches that firms can take to address these challenges
Skill Level: Management/Strategic
Education Track: Legal & Compliance
 
Estimated time of completion: 1.0 hour
 
ICRM Maintenance Credit: 1.0 credit hour pre-approved
IGP Recertification Credit: 1.0 Legal credit hour pre-approved
 
 
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