Epiq Systems – Information governance and security update: new realities for 2014

Epiq Systems have an on-demand webcast with the title Information governance and security update: new realities for 2014. Its purpose is to address those things which legal and corporate information teams should be dealing with proactively at an enterprise level, not because of an active eDiscovery requirement, but because of what might happen and (which is easily overlooked) because there is value in the data which is hidden behind poorly managed volumes.

The webinar identifies the data priorities for 2014 as:

  • Regulatory data: Regulatory matters are projected to be the No. 1 legal service demanded in 2014
  • Litigation data: Data is growing by 50 percent each year, making it harder to meet eDiscovery demands
  • Corporate data: Custodian movements and “keep-everything” tactics create roadblocks to good information governance

The speakers on the webcast are David Rohde, Esq. Senior Director, Consulting Services at Epiq Systems and Scott Giordano, Esq., Corporate Technology Counsel at Exterro. They will outline best practices for tackling information governance challenges for 2014.

You can access  the webcast here.

Whilst on the subject of Epiq Systems and information governance, here is a link to a paper called To govern is to tame which David Rohde produced last year in conjunction with ILTA. It is a useful summary of some of the same topics as are covered in the webinar.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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