On-Demand Webcast – Big Data Converging with Legal, Information Governance and Regulatory Requirements
The global economy has been transformed by the explosion of Big Data. While Big Data initiatives are providing organizations greater insights into business activities, consumer behavior and market trends, they are also exposing a variety of risks within the legal realm associated with the unprecedented growth of structured and unstructured electronically stored information (ESI) behind the firewall, on the Web and in the cloud.
This webcast analyzed the potential risks and provided practical advice for maintaining legal and regulatory defensibility in the era of Big Data, including best approaches for:
- E-Discovery: Containing costs in the identification, culling and production of ALL potentially relevant ESI in the wake of litigation and class actions.
- Information Governance: Mitigating the risk of loss or destruction of business-critical ESI stored inside and outside the enterprise.
- Regulatory: Understanding the impact of ongoing changes to privacy, regulatory and security standards at a state, U.S. federal and global level.
Adam Cohen, Esq., Principal, Ernst & Young
Mark Melodia, Esq., Partner, Reed Smith, LLP
Adam Wells, VP of E-Discovery Services, TERIS
Bob Rohlf, Esq., E-Discovery Counsel, Exterro (moderator)