If you're looking for a quick way to become overwhelmed and discouraged, google "ediscovery" or "ediscovery resources."
This morning we kicked off the Association of Corporate Counsel's annual Cybersecurity Summit by moderating a panel on Employee Training.
Our experts discussed training programs, network design, and what to do with limited resources and big threats.
Below are some key takeways and quotes, but it doesn't do justice to the ground that was covered. At the bottom of this article you'll find links to the panelists if you would like to continue the conversation.
2020 has been a banner year for highlighting the visceral relevance of cybersecurity. Risk mitigation is being discussed regularly, but firms cannot eliminate their biggest source of risk: employees.
I write this post from my childhood bedroom. Yesterday, life gave me an unplanned analogy for parenthood and corporate data breaches.
Minimizing eDiscovery spend begins with a disciplined information governance (or, in traditional corporate speak, a disciplined document retention plan).
And that begins with a data mapping exercise.
Information Governance is a tech-era update of the old corporate term, "document retention policies," so I'll use both terms below. It's not great cocktail party conversation (remember cocktail parties?!?!) but it's crucially important.