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January 30 - February 1


LegalTech is the largest and most important legal technology event of the year. Visit DiscoverReady at Booth #401, and don’t miss our 3 CLE eligible track Leveraging Technology and Analytics to Protect Your Most Sensitive Information on Tuesday January 30th. See additional details about each session below.

 


On the Cutting Edge of Privacy:
Leveraging Technology and Analytics to Protect Your Most Sensitive Information

Strategies and Best Practices for Protecting Sensitive Data in Litigation and Regulatory Matters

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm held in Sutton North (Hilton New York, 2nd Floor)

Organizations struggle to adequately protect their private and confidential information in the ordinary course of business. When sensitive data moves out of its usual business function, and into the realm of legal matters, the information risks escalate substantially.

This session will offer some successful strategies and best practices for attorneys and legal professionals to mitigate those risks. The panel will discuss setting expectations for law firms and other legal providers handling sensitive data; searching large data sets to effectively identify various types of sensitive information; establishing workflows that incorporate robust protections for sensitive data; and protecting information turned over to opposing parties and the court.

Moderator: Laurey Harris: Vice President, Account Management, DiscoverReady

Speakers:

  • Julie Richer, Legal Operations & Discovery Manager at American Electric Power
  • Pamela Butler O’Brien, Deputy General Counsel at Stewart
  • Donald Knight, Vice President and Legal Technology Program Manager for PNC Bank
  • Allan Hsu, Director of eDiscovery, Fannie Mae
  • Michelle Briggs, e Discovery Attorney and Senior Litigation Technology Manager, Goodwin Procter

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01/30/2018 12:00 PM
01/30/2018 1:00 PM
New York Hilton Midtown, Sutton Room North, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas New York, NY 10019
DiscoverReady
Strategies and Best Practices for Protecting Sensitive Data in Litigation and Regulatory Matters
ROOM: Sutton North
This session will offer some successful strategies and best practices for attorneys and legal professionals to mitigate those risks. The panel will discuss setting expectations for law firms and other legal providers handling sensitive data; searching large data sets to effectively identify various types of sensitive information; establishing workflows that incorporate robust protections for sensitive data; and protecting information turned over to opposing parties and the court.

Incorporating the Power of Technology into GDPR Compliance Programs

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2:00 pm to 3:00pm held in Sutton North (Hilton New York, 2nd Floor)

As its effective date looms, companies are scrambling to develop compliance programs that will satisfy the sweeping requirements of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). In this program, a group of experienced legal technologists will explore how powerful technology and advanced analytics can enhance the effectiveness of GDPR compliance efforts.

First, the panel will outline the key legal requirements of the GDPR that drive compliance policy. Then they’ll explain how technology and analytics tools can help organizations implement those policies—by finding and mapping sources of protected personal data; tracking the collection, use, and disposition of personal data; analyzing vendor contracts for GDPR compliance issues; and implementing systems and processes to manage the rights of data subjects.

Moderator: Matthew Nelson: Vice President, Data Liaison Services, AGC Privacy & Security, DiscoverReady

Speakers:

  • Phil Richards Chief Technology Officer at DiscoverReady
  • Kenneth N. Rashbaum, Partner at Barton LLP
  • Anna Simpson, Technical Practice Lead and a Chief Architect for the Information Governance product portfolio at Veritas
  • Theresa Beaumont Groupe Beaumont

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01/30/2018 2:00 PM
01/30/2018 3:00 PM
New York Hilton Midtown, Sutton Room North, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas New York, NY 10019
DiscoverReady
Incorporating the Power of Technology into GDPR Compliance Programs
ROOM: Sutton North
First, the panel will outline the key legal requirements of the GDPR that drive compliance policy. Then they’ll explain how technology and analytics tools can help organizations implement those policies—by finding and mapping sources of protected personal data; tracking the collection, use, and disposition of personal data; analyzing vendor contracts for GDPR compliance issues; and implementing systems and processes to manage the rights of data subjects.

The “Internet of Things” and Other Emerging Data Sources: Where Privacy, Proportionality, and Technology Intersect

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 3:15 pm to 4:15pm held in Sutton North (Hilton New York, 2nd Floor)

“Smart home” devices . . . Blockchain . . .  Personal “wearables” . . . Corporate IM and office “chat” . . . Graph databases . . . The variety and complexity of data sources potentially relevant to legal matters increases faster than lawyers can keep up with. So how can counsel come up to speed on these emerging data sources, and develop effective strategies for dealing with the information they contain? This panel of experts will address some of the challenges with emerging data sources, such as—

  • Data privacy concerns: Are there limits on the use in legal matters of “Internet of Things” and other highly personal data stores? How do we mitigate the privacy risks of using this information in legal disputes?
  • Proportionality assessments: How does counsel determine whether the burdens of collecting from these emerging data sources—or even just preserving them—are justified by the value of the information? How can in-house lawyers ensure that information governance policies and practices adequately address the legal impacts of these data sources?
  • Technology and forensics: What are the technical difficulties associated with collecting these data? How have forensic techniques and best practices kept up with emerging data sources?

Moderator: Maureen O’Neill: Senior Vice President, Discovery Strategy & Data Privacy/Security, DiscoverReady

Speakers:

  • Jason Baron Of Counsel in the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Chris Sitter Head of Global eDiscovery, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response Technology for Juniper Networks
  • Erin Avera SVP, E-Discovery Operations at Bank of America
  • Jack Thompson, Sr. Manager eDiscovery & Legal Operations, Sanofi US
  • Richard Cheng, Security Investigator Lead, Lending Club

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01/30/2018 3:15 PM
01/30/2018 4:15 PM
New York Hilton Midtown, Sutton Room North, 1335 Avenue Of The Americas New York, NY 10019
DiscoverReady
 The “Internet of Things” and Other Emerging Data Sources: Where Privacy, Proportionality, and Technology Intersect
ROOM: Sutton North
“Smart home” devices . . . Blockchain . . .  Personal “wearables” . . . Corporate IM and office “chat” . . . Graph databases . . . The variety and complexity of data sources potentially relevant to legal matters increases faster than lawyers can keep up with. So how can counsel come up to speed on these emerging data sources, and develop effective strategies for dealing with the information they contain? This panel of experts will address some of the challenges with emerging data sources, such as — Data Privacy Concerns, Proportionality Assessments, and Technology Forensics

Details

Start:
January 30
End:
February 1
Website:
http://www.legalweekshow.com/legaltech/east/

Venue

New York Hilton Midtown: Booth #401, CLE Track in Sutton North
1335 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019 United States
Phone:
1-800-HILTONS
Website:
http://legalweekshow.com/legaltech/venue/